Lost and Found

Lucy loses many things.  The opening line, I was late again, couldn’t find my shoes, so I had to wear the ones I didn’t lose, sets the tone for the entire story:  when Lucy loses things so often, it intrudes upon her daily tasks.  But rather than being preachy about it, Rebecca Doughty’s book shows us the familiar frustration in an engaging and lighthearted rhyme.

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