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Grandmother Bryant’s Pockets - (ISBN: 978-0618033096)
by Jacqueline Briggs Martin
Grandmother’s portable pocket proves to be a lifesaver for her granddaughter Sarah who is having nightmares. When Sarah goes to stay with the grandmother and gets to wear a pocket filled with healing herbs, Sarah’s state of mind improves, and her bad dreams decrease. What would you put in a pocket under your pillow to help you have a peaceful sleep?
Katy No Pocket - (ISBN: 978-0395137178)
by Emmy Payne
Poor Katy, a mother kangaroo, feels terrible because she doesn’t have a pocket in which to carry her baby son, Freddy. Worried about what will happen to him while she is making her enormous kangaroo jumps, she finds a solution. Think about all the different ways animals transport their young. Watch together for different types of “pockets” people have for their babies.
Six Empty Pockets - (ISBN: 978-0516262536)
by Matt Curtis
Charles fills his six pockets with all sorts of treasures as he goes through his day. This beginning level reader is fun for new readers and younger children whose parents read it to them. How many pockets do your clothes have right now? Look inside your pockets to see what your favorite pocket secret is at the moment!
The Jolly Postman - (ISBN: 978-0316017763)
by Allan Ahlberg
Young readers will enjoy taking each letter out of its envelope pocket in this book to see what the postman has delivered as he goes about an imaginary, magical town. Although young ones may need help reading the tiny letters, they will recognize the favorite fairy tale people and animals receiving the mail!
The Pocket Dogs - (ISBN: 978-0439239738)
by Margery Wild
Mr. Pockets has a pocket home in his overcoat for each of his perky dogs, Biff and Buff. Biff takes advantage of a hole in his pocket to get out but soon finds he is afraid of being on his own. Friends help locate Biff and try to assist him. Although Biff and Buff had tried to warn their owner of the tear in the pocket, they could not communicate with him. How does Biff finally get back to Mr. Pockets? What other stories could happen because of a hole in a pocket?