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|Written by||Jon Stone|
|Series||A Random House PICTUREBACK Book|
Grover digs through his toy box to show all of the "resting places" for different parts of the body he has. These include spots for an elbow, an ear, a nose, a forehead, a thumb, a bellybutton, and both hands. At the bottom of the box Grover finds his favorite resting place of all: a resting place for Grover. Ignoring the mess he has made he curls up on the resting spot to sleep until morning.
- Among the items that Grover digs out of his toybox are sheet music for "Sing," Groucho Marx glasses, and a framed pictures of Ernie and Bert.
- The picture of Grover's Aunt Polly on the wall reacts to the mess he is making.
- The book's comic book style, with Grover directly addressing the reader via word balloons, is similar to Stone and Smollin's The Monster at the End of This Book (1971) and Would You Like to Play Hide & Seek in This Book With Lovable, Furry Old Grover? (1976).