Author: Leslie Barrett
Genre: Children's Fiction
Release Date: April 5, 2016
Lost (and) Found is a picture book for preschool and elementary aged children. It's the story of friendship between a little girl named Lady and her best friend, a jellybean named Dorian. Lost (and Found) is the first book in a series about these two lovable characters as they explore the world and learn many valuable lessons along the way.
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I have to give a shout out to The Elephant and Piggie book series by Mo Willems. This series is destined to become a classic. These books are great because they are straight up funny! I’ve had great success using them with some of the reluctant struggling readers that I teach. They love it and will push themselves to read more because the stories are so entertaining. It’s a wonderful series for young readers to read or have read to them.
Today I’m reviewing I’m a Frog. This is another win in the series. It’s hard to pinpoint what makes these books so endearing. I think it’s a combination of some classic storytelling magic with strong characters that are relatable. Piggie and Elephant have strong opinions, incredible imaginations, and the use of a confused character leads to great comedy that the young (and not so young) can enjoy.
I highly recommend I’m a Frog or any other book from this series. Your child won’t be disappointed and neither will you.
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