A charming story about things lost and found.
Sometimes things are lost. A hair ribbon. A pencil. A dog on a leash. But when someone loses a thing, another person may find it, sometimes with surprising results. In this thoughtful and deceptively simple story, several things are lost, then each is found — not always by the person who lost it, but always by someone who can use it.
A small story with a big life lesson. Kids (and their grownups!) will have a new way to think, and feel, about losing something.
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