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When Lyla Got Lost (and found)
- By Abbie Schiller & Samantha Kurtzman-Counter
- Age Range: 2 – 6 years
- Hardcover: 36 pages
- Publisher: The Mother Company (June 1, 2015)
- ISBN-10: 0989407128
- ISBN-13: 978-0989407120
This is a cute story about Lyla had how she got lost in the mall because she was chasing her new bouncy ball and then she couldn’t find her mom. Lyla asks another mom to help her, but Lyla didn’t know her moms phone number. So the other mom brings her to the cashier and they announce her mom over the loud speaker. Then Lyla and her mom are reunited. It is nice way to show kids that they should stay with their, but if they do get lost to go and get help. I read this book to E who is four and it made me think about how upset she gets if she turns around and doesn’t see me. We need to have more conversations about phone numbers and what to do if she does get lost. This is a great book for any younger child to help aide in conversations in safety.