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Joey and his mother, of course, are kangaroos. In this story Joey's mother worries about him getting lost "...as mother do."
"She worried that Joey might get lost.
So, to keep track of him
she put Joey in her pocket."
Joey is initially comfortable in his pocket home. He has coloring books and toys to play with, but after a time he wants friends too, and this is where the fun comes in. Joey's mom invites his friends over, and for a while they are happy to bounce around with her as she goes about her business.
Then someone suggests TV. Since Joey's pocket doesn't have one, a friend brings one over. Next it's a stereo system, and then the gang decides they need to start their own band.
With each addition, mom's pocket get larger and her eye's begin to bulge more. The final straw comes after the addition of a guitar, tuba and drum set, when one of the friends pushes up a baby grand piano.
"That will do!" said mother.
OUT! OUT! Everybody out! she said.
Out went the TV and the stereo. Our went Bob and his horn.
Out went Billy and his drums.
Out went Betty and her piano.
And out went Joey.
"OOPS!" said mother. "I didn't mean to throw YOU out!
"Well, as long as I AM out," said Joey, "May I go play?"
With a sigh mom says 'yes', and reminds him not to get lost.
Four Stars. A lovely, silly tale that is very popular with my children (3 and 5 years old).