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Reviewed by Lois J Wickstrom for Readers' Favorite
We live surrounded by holes. Things we may take for granted, like doorways and windows, are really holes in our walls. They let us go from room to room or go outdoors. If we open a window we can let the breeze come in. A small hole in our wall might be a doorway to a mouse house. And even though it’s filled with glass, the peephole in our door so we can see our visitors was once a hole. Even more exciting holes are outdoors. They can lead to caves where bats and bears live. Or maybe provide a home for a bird. The Hole Story written by Lori Croy and illustrated by Katelynn Hoefelman explores many different types of holes both indoors and out.
Do you like to explore? Or think of familiar things in new ways? You’ll find much to enjoy in The Hole Story by Lori Croy. This book will give you an appreciation of holes. Most holes have a purpose, like the ones in your sleeves that arms go through, or the holes in your pants for your feet to get out. But there are also holes that come from things wearing out, like the ones in your socks where your toes poke through. Sometimes you need holes. You make holes in the dirt to plant seeds. Rabbits and ants dig holes to make their homes. And sometimes holes are just for fun, like the hole in a donut. A lovely educational story for kids.