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A pocket for Corduroy —Freeman, Don, 1908-1978.

A toy bear who wants a pocket for himself searches for one in a laundromat.

A dress with pockets —Murray, Lily, author.

"A funny, fashion-forward picture book with a subtle feminist undertone that celebrates the joy of pockets and the inquisitive, adventurous spirit of all young children."

A pocket can have a treasure in it —Stinson, Kathy.

A little girl discovers many things that can be found inside other things.

A pocket for Corduroy —Freeman, Don, 1908-1978, author, illustrator.

A toy bear who wants a pocket for himself searches for one in a laundromat.

Katy no-pocket —Payne, Emmy, 1919-

Desolate Katy Kangaroo has no pocket in which to carry her son Freddy, so she asks all the other animals how they carry their children and finally goes to the city to find a pocket of her own.

What did you put in your pocket? —De Regniers, Beatrice Schenk.

Two groups of animals tell each other about the food and other things that they put in their pockets.

Pocket for Corduroy

In this live-action adaptation of Don Freeman's book, follow the adventures of a teddy bear who is separated from his owner, Lisa, and tries to find his way home. The adventures which follow reveal why Corduroy needs po...

A pocket for Corduroy —Freeman, Don, 1908-1978.

Corduroy the toy bear tries to find material in the laundromat to make a pocket for himself.

The little pickpocket —Katz, Avner.

Because his mother's pocket is too noisy, Joey hops out to find a better one and has an interesting adventure as he explores various pockets.

A sock is a pocket for your toes : a pocket book —Scanlon, Liz Garton

A poetic celebration of non-traditional pockets and what they hold, pointing out that a sock is a pocket for your toes and a vase is a pocket for a rose.

Two in a pocket —Ravilious, Robin, 1944-, author.

When both a wren and a dormouse want to make a home in the pocket of an old tattered coat that a farmer has left in his shed, something has to give.

Peter's pockets —Rice, Eve, author.

Peter's new pants don't have any pockets, so Uncle Nick lets Peter use his until Peter's mother solves the problem in a clever and colorful way.