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eBook The Lost And Found ePub

by Mark Teague

  • ISBN: 0590846191
  • Category: Action and Adventure
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Mark Teague
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Scholastic Press; 1st edition (September 1, 1998)
  • Pages: 32
  • ePub book: 1330 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1922 kb
  • Other: doc mbr lrf lrf
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 317

Description

When their math teacher sends them to see the principal, two boys risk further punishment by following a new girl who has disappeared into the lost and found bin looking for her lucky hat.

Comments

Weiehan Weiehan
Purchased this book for my son. It's a fun little read that reminds me of a school aged Alice in Wonderland. I'd still like to know about the monster that made the boys late for class.
Tygolar Tygolar
This is a very fun story. Marc Teague is such a great author!
Iraraeal Iraraeal
I love this book. I shall share it in a 3rd grade classroom, then give it to the teacher. It is in great condition for her continued use.
Quttaro Quttaro
Great story. Awesome pictures.
Rgia Rgia
Fun concept for young children - like other stories of going through a wall or door or cupboard into another world.
Faebei Faebei
"You can't get lost in the Lost and Found," Mona and Wendell told him [Floyd], but they no longer sounded so sure (from "The Lost and Found," by Mark Teague).
I just read "The Lost and Found" to a group of 3rd and 4th graders who selected it from a batch of new books we just added to our elementary school library. They sat totally engaged in this fantastic journey into the world at the bottom of a school lost and found.
Since our school lost and found is located just outside our library, I often see children--and parents--lost in a fantasy world as they peruse all the missing items in there. In many ways, I was reminded of the dress-up box my parents had when I was a child. You could just pick up a hat, gloves or an old shirt and be mentally transported to another place or time. Mark Teague builds very effectively on this imaginative tendency in children.
Our 3rd and 4th graders had a brief discussion on the concepts of fiction or non-fiction, and realistic or fantasy, at the conclusion of this story. I'm sure your children will enjoy this as much as our group did. Just don't get lost in the lost and found!
Binthars Binthars
This is a review from the 2nd graders at Discovery Elementary School in Williamston, Michigan!

-The Lost and Found is creepy in the caves. I saw a treasure chest full of gold. It was funny!

- I liked the part when she had her hat in her purse. I thought it was a great story!

- I liked it very much. It was hilarious!

- It was a magical story with lots of magical colors!!!
I purchased this book for my granddaughter who made a recent search of her school's lost and found. She did not find her jacket and took 2 friends along for the next search, as does the little girl in this story. What an adventure the children have in this story "falling" into the lost and found! Fun story!