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Muddysocks was an odd little sock who found it difficult to make new friends. She thought the reason was that she could not stay clean for long. One day she felt sad and started crying and even the clouds started to cry. Muddysocks noticed a bouncy-looking sock playing in a puddle. He introduced himself as Threads. Muddysocks told him she was sad because she was unable to decide what she wanted to become when she grew up. Threads put his arms around her and consoled her, saying they could try out a career for each day of the week. Let's read Muddysocks Finds Her Feet: A beautiful story of friendship, kindness, and adventure by Deirdre Cichosz to see what Threads and Muddysocks become each day of the week.
The story will take young readers on a wonderful adventure with Muddysocks and Threads while they try being mechanics, sailors, astronauts, doctors, firefighters, and dancers. The pictures are as delightful as the story and its characters, Threads and Muddysocks, and make the story more appealing to readers. The story is about friendship and compassion, and the activities at the end of the book will inspire youngsters to create and play.
Muddysocks Finds Her Feet is good for tutors to use for storytelling and read-aloud sessions in classrooms and school libraries because it helps them guide students on different career choices in a fun way. At the same time, the story teaches them the importance of friendship and being caring and kind. Parents and grandparents can also use it for bedtime storytelling and give it as a gift to their kids and grandkids this Christmas season.