Lost Things

Rating: 3 out of 5.

The simple illustrations in Carey Sookocheff’s complement the simple story. We follow along as we see how items which have been lost may be returned to their owners or repurposed by other people or animals. The story is written so that children and their grown-ups can add to the story, telling the history behind the lost items highlighted through the book. It could also be sued to help young children deal with the loss of a beloved item.

This book is best suited for younger toddlers and preschoolers. Available September 2021

Disclaimer: An advance copy was provided by Kids Can Press.

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