When Bear finds a lost stuffed toy bunny in the forest, he begins to worry. After all, the stuffed bunny must feel lonely and want to return safely to its owner and home! But as Bear searches for the bunny's owner, he begins to grow attached to his newfound friend. What will happen when the bunny's owner finally comes forward? Was Bear meant to find Bunny all along?
This endearing story celebrates love and friendship in many forms and reminds us that nothing is lost that is not meant to be found.
Author Salina Yoon on the inspiration behind Found
FOUND is the story of a bear who finds a stuffed bunny in the forest. While searching for the bunny’s owner, Bear develops an attachment to the lost and treasured toy. Will he be able to do the right thing and return the bunny when its owner arrives? FOUND was inspired by lost and found posters in my neighborhood. I thought about how kind it is to not only care for lost animals, but to actively try to seek out their families. I wondered if a child would...
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