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Oscar: The Big Adventure of a Little Sock Monkey

2.88  ·  Rating Details  ·  24 Ratings  ·  8 Reviews
The inspiring adventure of a confident sock monkey. Oscar is a sock monkey who can do anything. One day, his little girl, Susie Green, forgets something important, and Oscar knows he must bring it to her. He embarks on an adventure of epic proportions and learns to read a map, navigate a city, and defeat a bully. He even has time to enjoy cupcakes and subway music and danc ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published June 1st 2006 by Katherine Tegen Books (first published May 23rd 2006)
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Heidi
I really wanted this for my preschool group because the pictures are fun and I think they would enjoy the adventure. But I'm worried some concepts might be a bit past them. So perhaps I'll move it up to the K-5 group and decide whether or not I'm going to read or book talk it.
Victoria Dimmitt
Feb 17, 2012 Victoria Dimmitt rated it it was amazing
An adorable story that shows friendship has no bounds. Oscar travels across town to go to his owner and best friend's school to give her something she forgot at home. Younger children would love to read this book and follow Oscar as he goes on his adventure.
Tricia
May 16, 2009 Tricia rated it it was ok
something didn't click. not sure what it was. even the girls seemed like, huh? and they thought the sock monkey was horribly cute. monkey has a mission to save the day...traveling on the subway and avoiding bullies in the name of his owner. eh.
Flora
Aug 22, 2007 Flora rated it really liked it
Oscar is an extraordinary sock monkey who goes on an exciting big city adventure in order to help out his best friend. Story has fun illustrations and is very cleverly told. It held Flora's attention, despite it being a "wordier" book.
Dolly
Oct 23, 2011 Dolly rated it liked it
Recommends it for: parents reading with their children
This is a fun story of adventure and excitement, but it also teaches children about planning and reading maps, too. The little sock monkey is cute and the illustrations are fun. We enjoyed reading this story together.
Paula
A wonderful story of a little sock monkey who has an adventure to bring the key to the bunny cage to his best friend Susie. Might be to much text for a story time book.
Amber
Apr 13, 2009 Amber rated it liked it
Shelves: children-books
very cute story. It;s about a sock monkey that went on an awesome adventure. The Illustrations are so cute too.
Emilia
Dec 26, 2012 Emilia rated it did not like it
Terrible story, terrible writing, terrible sock monkey eats other people's cupcakes, terrible book.
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Amy Schwartz is the author and illustrator of many picture books for children, including Begin at the Beginning; Things I Learned in Second Grade; Bea and Mr. Jones, a Reading Rainbow feature; What James Likes Best, recipient of the 2004 Charlotte Zolotow Award; and a glorious day. She lives in Brooklyn, New York with her husband Leonard S. Marcus, and their son, Jacob.
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