Lost and Found
Home, sweet home!
A little dino toy got left out at the end of a summer camp. He longed for someone’s company but ended up in the ‘lost and found’ room. Dino wanted to escape from there. However, when he tried to run, three more from the room joined him-Moody, the unicorn; Hamburger, the hippo; and Tina, the ballerina. The foursome jumped out of the window, landed in a pool of water, reached up a treetop, and when they went too close to the exit gates, they accidentally let the horses out. Sadly, the caretaker picked them up and put them back in the ‘lost and found’ room when they reached the gate. So what happened to the dino and his newfound companions? Did they find a home?
We picked this book for its title. Lost and found is a gripping tale of a dino and his adventurous quest for a new home. The rhyming text makes it an exciting read for kids. In addition, the warm illustrations work well as a bedtime read.
Lost and Found by Natalie Shampanier is an action-packed bedtime read for young children with friendship and teamwork elements narrated in a rhyming style.
Originally published: 2022
Author: Natalie Shampanier
Illustrator: David Pavon
Rating basis (of 5.0): Story (4.0), Characters (4.0) Writing Style (4.0), Illustrations (4.5) & Ease (4.0)
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