What an unexpected delight! I almost didn’t pick this book up because I thought the title and cover art were too silly, but I reluctantly did, and I am so glad I did. The format is somewhat of a graphic novel for the very young, some pages are whole pictures, some are halved, some are quartered, just enough to keep it interesting and not too busy. ‘Bah’ is a goat who found a sock, who immediately takes it to ‘Beep’, a robot. Beep decides they must find it’s match and off they go on an adventure to find the missing sock. They traipse all over hill and dale asking every animal they come across if the sock belongs to them. After they’ve been everywhere, including underwater, they finally reach the end of the road, where there is a sign pointing ‘Go Back.’ So….Beep decides they’ll never find the matching sock and they’ve reached the proverbial ‘end of the road.’ They turn around to go back, and there’s the sock, stuck to the side of Bah, the goat. We’ve just never seen it because it’s on the wrong side, and they’ve been going in one direction. It’s so unexpected and funny and kids get it! It has simple language and crazy colors, and the boxed pictures tell the story well. What a treasure!