Red Ted and the Lost Things
Publication Date: November 10, 2009
With bravery, teamwork, and lots of common sense, a forgotten bear finds his way home in this warm, wise, and very funny graphic storybook.
One day, a little bear named Red Ted is accidentally left on the seat of a train. When he winds up on a high shelf in the place for lost things, he doesn’t despair — he puts his mind to work! With the help of new friends and the use of all their senses (including a certain fondness for cheese), Ted and pals are determined to find their way back to the little girl who loves and misses him. Author Michael Rosen and illustrator Joel Stewart offer a sweet graphic storybook about pluck, persistence, and the pure comfort of home.
Michael Rosen, the current British Children’s Laureate, is the award-winning anthologist and author of many books for young readers, including MICHAEL ROSEN'S SAD BOOK and WE'RE GOING ON A BEAR HUNT. He lives in London.
Joel Stewart is the illustrator of several books for children, including TALES OF HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN and THE ADVENTURES OF A NOSE. He lives in London.