Saturday, January 23, 2016

Sock Monster Book Review

I have a really cool children's book to share with you all called Sock Monster written by Stacey R. Campbell.
When Billy refuses to pick up his clothes the sock monster comes to teach him a lesson.
My Thoughts:
This is a really quick and easy book to read for your children. It's only 32 pages long but mostly covered in pictures and just a few words on each page. It would make a great beginner's book to get your child used to reading and it's also a very entertaining book because of the character called Sock Monster.
If you have ever seen the Mucinex commercial, then that is what he mostly resembles, the big fat Mucinex creature that doesn't want you to get well and get rid of your head cold.
It's got some really funny parts in the book and I never saw anything that would offend anyone. No foul language, no bullying and no disrespect. It's actually a story with a moral to it and hopefully your children will pick up on what it is trying to teach them!
Happy Reading!
About the Author:
Stacey R. Campbell lives in the Washington state with her husband and three daughters. She is a graduate of the University of Washington and a dyslexic writer that believes there is no such thing as a bad reader.  She is the author of the young adult novels Hush, Whisper, Scream & Silence, the highly acclaimed middle grade swashbuckling pirate book ARRGH!  and the newly released picture book Sock Monster.

When not at her desk writing she can be found hiking, sailing, or skiing. She enjoys chocolate in any shape or size, too many cups of coffee, and laughing (often too loudly, as her daughters say) with her friends and family.

Stacey is available for classroom visits and loves working with writers and readers of any age; especially those with learning disabilities, like her own.
Disclaimer: Mary Bearden personally reviewed these products. I did not receive any monetary compensation for my review, just a sample product. All opinions are mine and belong to me solely. My thoughts and opinions may differ from you.