Synopsis (from Amazon):
What happens to all those socks that go missing? Monsters eat them of course!
I read this with my six-year old son, Tadpole, and he absolutely loved it. The pictures were great, featuring the funny little sock-eating monster, but not the little boys in the story, meaning my son could better picture himself as part of the action.
The story is short, but engaging and fun, and it has a good, strong message not to judge a book by its cover; not everyone is how you expect them to be from their looks. It also imparts an example of being good, kind and helpful to others, which is always nice in a story aimed at children.
We enjoyed reading it together and will certainly look out for other titles in this series.