Review by The Mole
Readers may remember Bocchi and Pocchi in A Tale Of Two Socks and this book is structured along very similar lines.
Once again, both written and illustrated by Noriko Matsubara, the colours are bright, the pictures simple and the text brief and vocabulary uncomplex.
In this story the socks meet a bird who has hurt her wing and they offer their help.
Another good book for the very young reader to quickly read and enjoy while, perhaps, reading aloud to a parent or teacher.
The only comment I have about both these books is based on the socks names - why are they spelt like that, how are they pronounced, and if they are pronounced "bocky" and "socky" would it not be easier for the young reader to spell them that way?
That aside they are both lovely books for the very young reader to have a go at.
Publisher - Troika Books
Genre - Children's Picture book/first reader