The Croc and the Sock

(1 reviews with an average rating of 4 out of 5)

Publisher: Fourth Wall Publishing

Review

Croc wakes up and there’s a sock left on his floor. A smelly, wet, dirty sock with huge flies swarming around it. Croc is determined to find out who left the sock there, and proceeds to accuse all his friends of leaving the smelly sock behind.

But no one will claim the sock - so who has left it, and where is its matching pair?

This is an engaging story with a rhyming text and a fun Croc puppet attached to bring the story to life.

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