Rocks in My Pockets

Marc Harshman Toni Goffe

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Rocks in My Pockets

Rocks in My Pockets The rocks around their mountain farm serve all of the Woods family in many ways both utilitarian and recreational until the day two ladies from the city come to visit

  • Title: Rocks in My Pockets
  • Author: Marc Harshman Toni Goffe
  • ISBN: 9781891852237
  • Page: 375
  • Format: Paperback
  • The rocks around their mountain farm serve all of the Woods family in many ways, both utilitarian and recreational, until the day two ladies from the city come to visit.

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    1. Simon Jongekryg on said:

      Rocks in my Pockets is a very interesting read about a family who lives on top of a hill where the wind always blows. There the family uses rocks to do a variety of things like hold themselves to the ground, or heat up their beds. One day wealthy people discovered their rocks and saw just how beautiful they could be. Suddenly these rocks were being sold to everyone far and wide. This story really shows the importance of making something out of nothing and never getting too down on yourself for t [...]

    2. Amanda_DJ n' Zac on said:

      This one we found on our book shelf no idea where it came from. lol But it was cute to read and just knowing that DJs mind was trying to figure out why the rocks were in their pockets all the way through to the end made it even better. :)

    3. April Evans on said:

      This is a great book to read to students about the value of money. This family starts off poor. Then, they sell their rocks and begin to make money. However, they still stay true to who they are.

    4. Gina on said:

      Marc Harshman is a WV author, and I have read most of his books, but this one is my favorite, I think.

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