Socks for Seuss

To celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday, we’ve scoured the library in search of titles to accompany his classic Fox in Socks.  Besides, who doesn’t love receiving socks as a birthday gift?


Ducks Don’t Wear Socks by John Nedwidek Emily, a serious girl, meets a duck who helps her see the more humorous side of life.

Duck Sock Hop by Jane Kohuth Ducks dance their socks off at their weekly sock-hop.

Have You Seen my New Blue Socks? by Eve Bunting The reader is invited to help Duck and his animal friends find a missing item.

Sally and the Purple Socks by Lisze Bechtold When her tiny purple socks start to expand, Sally turns them into a scarf and then curtains, but things soon get out of hand.

Timothy Cox Will Not Change His Socks by Robert Kinerk Timothy Cox, who is good at following through on ideas, decides to wear the same unwashed socks for one month, ignoring the objections of his dachshund, Walt, and everyone else around him.


New Socks! by Bob Shea A chicken is filled with excitement and self-confidence when he dons a new pair of orange socks.

Socksquatch by Frank W. Dormer Socksquatch tries to find a sock to warm his cold foot.

Lizette’s Green Sock by Catharina Valckx Lizette tries to figure out what to do with the one green sock that she finds while out walking one day.

Beep and Bah by James Burks A robot who hungers for adventure and a goat who wants to avoid trouble set out to find the missing mate to a single sock.

Martha Moth Makes Socks by Cambria Evans Martha the moth is so hungry while she is fixing dinner for her birthday guests, that she eats all the delicious woolies in the house except for a pair of mismatched socks.


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