Cover image for Lost and found / by Erica S. Perl ; illustrated by Chris Chatterton.
Title:
Lost and found / by Erica S. Perl ; illustrated by Chris Chatterton.
ISBN:
9781524790424
Publication Information:
New York : Penguin Workshop, c2019.

©2019
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55 pages : colour illustrations ; 20 cm
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Summary

Summary

Unlikely best friends Arnold and Louise--a big bear and a chatty chipmunk--are back in this easy-to-read chapter book series!

When Louise borrows Arnold's newly found treasure, he's sure he'll never see it again. After all, she loses just about everything he lends her. Louise swears she hasn't lost it, but to get it back, she sends Arnold on a treasure hunt of her own--or is it a wild goose chase?


Author Notes

Erica S. Perl is the author of The Capybara Conspiracy , When Life Gives You OJ , Aces Wild , Vintage Veronica , and a number of picture books. She lives in Washington, DC, with her family. Learn more about her on Twitter @ericaperl or at ericaperl.com.

Chris Chatterton began his career in graphic design and animation, working on a variety of projects including Doctor Who and CBBC's The Dumping Ground. Chris's passion for illustration then led him to pursue a career as a freelance artist working on a number of children's books. Originally from County Durham, Chris now lives and works in the basement studio of his house in Newcastle Upon Tyne.


Excerpts

Excerpts

Chapter One Arnold collected things.   Rocks. Pinecones. Sticks shaped like letters.   They were his treasures.   Louise did not collect things.   "I only need the sun in the sky," she explained.   But it wasn't just that Louise didn't collect things.   Louise also lost things.   Usually, Arnold's things.   One day, Arnold found the best treasure ever.   It was shiny and blueish greenish and--   "Can I see it? Can I have it?" asked Louise.   Arnold shook his head.   "I need it for my Blue Things collection," he told her.   "It's more green than blue," she said.   "Then for my Green Things collection."   "Is this because I lost your favorite acorn cap?" Louise asked.   "And my second-favorite acorn cap," Arnold reminded her.   "See!" said Louise. "You're still mad!"   "Louise, you lose everything," said Arnold.   "I don't! I won't," said Louise. "I'll just borrow it until tomorrow. Pleeeeeease?"   Arnold considered.   Louise did her best to look trustworthy.   Finally, Arnold nodded.   With a happy squeal, Louise ran off with the treasure.   "You won't be sorry!" she called.   Arnold hoped she was right. Excerpted from Lost and Found #2 by Erica S. Perl All rights reserved by the original copyright owners. Excerpts are provided for display purposes only and may not be reproduced, reprinted or distributed without the written permission of the publisher.