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    A Pocket for Corduroy

    Corduroy the teddy bear longs to have a pocket. When left in the laundromat, he conducts an intensive search for the perfect one…and gets all washed up!

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    Corduroy

    Corduroy

    by Don Freeman

    Children's Literature
    Poor Corduroy, he has been sitting on the store shelf for a long time. A young girl named Lisa falls in love with Corduroy despite his missing button and shopworn look. It is a heartwarming story of the small stuffed bear's desire for a home and friends and his obtaining perfect fulfillment in the devotion of Lisa. Caldecott award winning illustrator Freeman created a book that has lasted for generations.

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Corduroy

Author: Don Freeman

Illustrator: Don Freeman

Series: Corduroy

Interest Level:
K-2

Lexile Framework:
600L

Grade Level Equivalent:
3.2

Guided Reading Level:
K

Age:
5-7

Genre:
Classics

Subject:
Friends and Friendship, Play, Games, Toys

About This Book

Don Freeman's classic character, Corduroy, continues to stir the hearts and imagination of children and adults around the world. Published thirty years ago, this children's book, in which a bear leaves the safety of his department store shelf in order to do almost anything to be adopted by a little girl, is one of the most endearing... and enduring in existence. Instilling the theme of hope and compassion, there's no doubt that this beloved picture book will continue to be a favorite for each new generation awaiting to have their own "Corduroy" experience.

Born in San Diego, California, Freeman moved to New York City in the 1940's to study art while making a living as a jazz trumpeter. He died in 1978, leaving his beloved audience with a treasury of classic children's stories. Corduroy is a story that all children can relate to.


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