(PRWEB) January 10, 2013
Reading has indeed caused a stir in the lives of millions of children all over the country as they recently participated in breaking a world record. In a release posted by Alabama.com, youngsters across the U.S. gathered in groups to, altogether, read a book. This is in an attempt to establish the world record for the most-read book at one setting. This is a perfect campaign to get kids back into reading children’s books, especially at a time when so many distractions such as video games, the internet, and many others are becoming more accessible. In line with this, a fascinating must-read titled “Odd Sock’s Adventures” is presented by author Alma Aspin, who wishes to promote reading in a fun and colorful way.
An endearing tale of the capricious journey of a piece of clothing, this book takes children’s imagination to new heights. In this exciting story, readers will encounter Poppa Bob’s favourite pair of socks. One day, the other sock turns out missing. Poppa Bob had searched every nook and cranny but it was nowhere to be found. Little did he know that the sock winds up being misplaced. Going from one owner to the next, the odd sock takes on an exhilarating adventure. From being worn by an unknowing detective, to being thrown into the beach, and all the way into being swept away by a bird, the thrill never seems to end. Readers will want to find out if the poor thing would ever find its way back home.
A delightful tale that teaches readers about the warmth of a loving home and the beauty of finding safety and security in a place where one truly belongs, this book reveals wonderful insights.
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Odd Sock's Adventures * by Alma Aspin
Publication Date: September 7, 2011
Picture Book; $449.99; 52 pages; 978-1-4653-0067-6
Members of the media who wish to review this book may request a complimentary paperback copy by contacting the publisher at 0800-891-366. To purchase copies of the book for resale, please fax Xlibris at (09) 353-1455 or call 0800-891-366.
For more information, contact Xlibris at 0800-891-366 or on the web at http://www.Xlibris.co.nz.