I'm Lost

Paperback | January 1, 1996

byElizabeth CraryIllustratorMarina Megale

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Presents a situation where a child is lost at the zoo and encourages critical thinking on the part of the reader to resolve the problem.

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Presents a situation where a child is lost at the zoo and encourages critical thinking on the part of the reader to resolve the problem

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Presents a situation where a child is lost at the zoo and encourages critical thinking on the part of the reader to resolve the problem.

Parenting Press authors almost all work in education, either with kids or parents, or in counseling, social work, and related fields.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:32 pages, 8.5 × 7 × 0.3 inPublished:January 1, 1996Publisher:Parenting Press

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1884734243

ISBN - 13:9781884734243

Appropriate for ages: 4 - 8

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth every penny! I highly recommend this book to any parent! After buying it and reading it a number of times to my then 2-½ year old, at her request, I believe it is worth its weight in gold. My daughter took off from the nursery in an attempt to find me one Sunday after church. I went down to get her, discovered her missing (much to the horror of the childcare providers who felt responsible for not seeing her slip away) and immediately began searching the very large, multi-floored church. After 10 minutes, she was found and returned to me after she approached an older woman and said, “My name is Chelsea. I’m lost. Can you help me find my mother?” She had remained calm when she realized she couldn’t find me and had asked a person she thought she could trust. I credit this book to her safe return to me and have recommended it to many parents I know.
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Presents a situation where a child is lost at the zoo and encourages critical thinking on the part of the reader to resolve the problem