Lost. Found.: A Picture Book by Marsha Diane ArnoldLost. Found.: A Picture Book by Marsha Diane Arnold

Lost. Found.: A Picture Book

byMarsha Diane ArnoldIllustratorMatthew Cordell

Picture Books | November 3, 2015

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On a wintry day, a bear loses his soft red scarf. The wind carries it *whoosh* to a pair of raccoons who use it to play tug-o-war. When they run off, a beaver dons the scarf as the perfect winter hat...until it gets tangled on a tree branch. The scarf is lost and found by a series of animals, including a fox and a couple of rascally squirrels, who use it as everything from a swing to a trampoline.

When all the animals lay claim to the scarf at once, calamity ensues that can only be fixed by a bear, a little patience, and friendship, in this nearly wordless, clever picture book.

Lost. Found. is Marsha Diane Arnold's twelfth book. Her picture books have garnered awards from Best First Book by a New Author to Smithsonian Notable to Dolly Parton's Imagination Library. She's tried her hand at all the activities in Lost. Found. - from walking in the snow to jumping on a trampoline to knitting things back togeth...
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Title:Lost. Found.: A Picture BookFormat:Picture BooksDimensions:32 pages, 9.76 × 8.87 × 0.35 inPublished:November 3, 2015Publisher:Roaring Brook PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1626720177

ISBN - 13:9781626720176

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"The way the animals make things right with the scarf's original owner adds sweetness to the mix, but it's the giggly impulsiveness of the forest's wildlife that provides the entertainment-the effect is half nature documentary, half Marx Brothers." -Publishers Weekly, starred review"The attention to detail and the expressions displayed on the animals' faces are superb. A fun addition to any picture book collection."-School Library Journal, starred review