Sock Monster Review


Welcome to my tour stop for Sock Monster by Stacey E. Campbell! This is a children’s picture book and the tour runs December 14-18 with reviews. Check out the tour page for the full schedule.

SM cover 10-21-15About the Book:
When Billy refuses to pick up his clothes the sock monster comes to teach him a lesson.

**My Review**

Sock Monster is a really cute book. It tells us about what happens when you don’t pick up your dirty clothes. I’m sure this is relevant to just about anyone. I know that my boys tend to throw their clothes wherever and I always to tell them to put them in the laundry room. I like the style that the story is written in and the story line along with he illustrations are cute. I really enjoyed looking at the pictures. I loved the fact that the back cover has a picture of the sock monster holding a sign that says “WARNING-Reading this book may result in random acts of tidiness”. Who knows, maybe this will inspire the boys to actually put away their clothes.

**JT Says**

I thought the story was funny. I liked it. My favorite picture is the one where the sock monster is growing. I don’t want a sock monster to come.

**Connor Says**

I liked the book. It was interesting because I’ve never seen a book where when someone is saying no they actually have a picture of them shaking their head. I liked that picture. My favorite picture was when the sock monster was growing.

View More: the Author:
Stacey R. Campbell lives in Washington state with her husband and three daughters. She is a graduate of the University of Washington and a dyslexic writer that believes there is no such thing as a bad reader.  She is the author of the young adult novels Hush, Whisper, Scream & Silence, the highly acclaimed middle grade swashbuckling pirate book ARRGH!  and the newly released picture book Sock Monster.

When not at her desk writing she can be found hiking, sailing, or skiing. She enjoys chocolate in any shape or size, too many cups of coffee, and laughing (often too loudly, as her daughters say) with her friends and family.

Stacey is available for classroom visits and loves working with writers and readers of any age; especially those with learning disabilities, like her own.

Learn more about Stacey R. Campbell and her up coming releases by visiting her website at

Thanks for stopping by!

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  1. I’m glad you hear you all enjoyed it! Thank you so much for hosting a tour stop and sharing your thoughts!