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Lost and Found (edition 2012)

by Bill Harley, Adam Gustavson (Illustrator)

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Title:Lost and Found
Authors:Bill Harley
Other authors:Adam Gustavson (Illustrator)
Info:Peachtree Publishers (2012), Hardcover, 32 pages
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The scary janitor's office! That always seems to be a common theme. I am not sure I was ever scared of someone as a kid (although I could look that up, I suppose.) I thought this book dealt with the subject well. ( )
  scote23 | Dec 26, 2013 |
The writing was ok and the pictures were great, but the story really seemed to lack substance. It was over just as quickly as it started. I understand the point of it, which is don't judge someone before you know them, but I think it needs to be better spelled out if you are trying to get that point across to a little kid. Also, the author might have also actually described some of the weird things that the kid found instead of just having pictures of them. ( )
  eheinlen | Feb 27, 2013 |
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Justin has lost the hat his grandmother made for him, and if he is to find it in time for her visit he will have to go talk to Mr. Rumkowsky, the gruff old school custodian in charge of the Lost and Found.

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