Old Tar Pockets was a greedy old man, always fetching thing that weren't his. One Halloween, while dig for sweet potatoes in his neighbor's garden, he dug up a immense hairy toe! " he said to himself as he stuffed the toe into his pocket. But also in his pocket was a lump of tar he had stolen, and soon the toe was cragfast to the tar and his labourer was stuck to the toe!
Who Took My Hairy Toe? by Shutta Crum | LibraryThing
Also the author does a proper job developing the main character, considering that there are sole a number of pages. I couldn't help but laughter at the name "old tar pockets." The production teaches a great picture that you should ne'er take what isn't yours. This is a retelling around Old Tar Pockets who is accustomed to winning belongings that do not belong to him.