CorduroyBook Plus CD - 1990 | Spanish
Book : New York, New York : Puffin Books, 1988
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Corduroy lives in a department store with the other toys waiting to be bought. He seems to keep getting passed over because one of his buttons is missing and he does not look new. A little girl is adamant to wanting him, however her mother already spent too much money that day. He goes in search of his missing button and accidentally gets on the elevator to the next floor, and ends up in the furniture department. He finds a button on a mattress and tries to pull it off, but of course it is sewed down. He pulls harder and goes crashing into a lamp when the button comes free. A security guard hears the noise and comes to find Corduroy behind the mattress and takes him back downstairs to the toy department. The next morning the little girl returns with her allowance and buys Corduroy her self. She takes him home and repairs his button and they are now the best of friends. To be continued in Corduroy's pocket.
This book is about a toy pet and his name is corduroy. He loses a button and he searches all over for it he thinks he found it but it was attached to a mattress he pulls until it comes of the mattress and accidentally knocks things over .
Corduroy is a book of a small bear in a toy department that has loss a button to his corduroy's, so he goes on an adventure in the toy department to find his loss button. While on his adventure Corduroy gets into trouble with the security guard trying to get his button, and is taken back down stairs to where all the other toys animals are. Corduroy is then bought by a little girl that was admiring him in the window the day before and is taken home by her where sews his button back on.
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Late that evening when all the shoppers had gone and the doors were shut and locked .Corduroy climbed down carefully from his shelf and began searching every where on the floor for his lists button
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