The Adventures of Lefty & Righty: The Windy City by Lori Orlinsky

The Adventures of Lefty and Righty in the Windy City is on tour today with iReadBookTours! This book is ideal for kids ages 3-7 who love imaginative books.

About the Book:

Do you ever wonder what happens to socks that get lost in the dryer? Join Lefty and Righty for the adventure of a lifetime as they sneak out of the laundry room with a destination in mind: a White Sox game! But with so much to do in The Windy City, will they make it to the game in time? Through their fun-filled day, they’ll discover the sights, sounds—and even the tastes—of Chicago, all while encountering a few surprises along the way.
A pair of friends who happen to be socks go on a big adventure in a big city. They want to see the White Sox play baseball so they leave home and make their way to the baseball stadium. Along the way the friends see many interesting building and stop to explore. This would be a perfect book to read if you are planning a trip to Chicago with your little one. They can read about the things they may see before the trip. The story is written in rhyme, which is prefect for the youngest reader. At the end of the book there is a section of fun facts about Chicago for your little one to enjoy. A truly delightful story!

Meet the Author:

Award-winning children’s book author Lori Orlinsky lives in. . . you guessed it . . . Chicago! Lori is the mother of three little ladies, who are small but mighty. At 5’1”, she wishes her children’s picture book, Being Small (Isn’t So Bad After All), was around when she was growing up. Lori also wrote The Tooth Fairy’s Tummy Ache and Balloons for Tiger. Her latest book, The Adventures of Lefty and Righty: The Windy City, was inspired by her daily struggle to find matching socks when they come out of the dryer.

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