There was once a sock. There was no other half. And there were a lot of problems with it anyway. Worn only occasionally, but mostly never. And it's no wonder, really.
Julianna Mrena, the author of The Tale of the Little Sloth Who Wouldn't Go to Sleep, has this time put into rhyme the adventures of a lovable half pair of socks to show that there is a place in the world for everyone, where they are recognised and accepted for who they are. Dorottya Szert-Szabó's colourful, clownish pictures are a worthy companion to the text of the tale.