Lost And Found by Mark Teague

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When Wendell, Floyd, and Mona search through the lost-and-found bin, they are sucked into a deep cave filled with all kinds of lost items, including mummies and dinosaur bones. Will they ever find Mona's lucky hat and make it safely back to school? Full color.
 

About Mark Teague

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Mark Teague developed his writing and painting talents without formal training but with a healthy dose of imagination. Each of Teague's books starts as ?notebooks full of sketches and scribbles, strange little drawings, and phrases that seem mostly cryptic that suddenly come together,? he explains. His books tackle everything from first graders coping with life on Mars to Shakespearean characters coping with life on earth. Mischievous dinosaurs, witty dogs, nightmare haircuts, messy rooms, closet monsters?all find their way into Teague's wildly inventive books. Teague has also collaborated with many critically acclaimed authors, including Jane Yolen, Audrey Wood, and Cynthia Rylant. He lives in upstate New York with his wife and two daughters. For more information about Mark Teague, visit scholastic.com/tradebooks
 
Published September 1, 1998 by Scholastic Press. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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A wobbly offering from Teague (Baby Tamer, 1997, etc.), in which Wendell and Floyd, who missed their math test when a giant squid trapped them in the restroom, are waiting to see the principal when a new girl, Mona, approaches the lost and found box in search of her lucky hat.

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This sequel to The Secret Shortcut finds Wendell and Floyd in trouble once again.

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drab tones fill in the school's upright walls and solid doors, while floral shades define the world of the Lost and Found box, an Oz-like destination with columns and archways that loom and lean, as though viewed through a fish-eye lens.

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