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Lost and Found

Lost and Found

Escrito por Andrew Clements

Narrado por Keith Nobbs


Lost and Found

Escrito por Andrew Clements

Narrado por Keith Nobbs

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4.5/5 (31 avaliações)
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2 horas
Lançado em:
Jul 1, 2008
ISBN:
9780743572743
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The Grayson twins are moving to a new town. Again. Although it's a drag to be constantly mistaken for one another, still, during those first days at a new school, there's nothing better than a twin brother. But on day one of sixth grade, Ray stays home sick, and Jay is on his own. And--no big deal. It's a pretty nice school, good kids too. But Jay quickly discovers a major mistake; no one at this school seems to know a thing about his brother. Ray's not on the attendance lists, doesn't have a locker, doesn't even have a student folder. Jay almost tells a teacher, but decides that this lost information could be very...useful. And fun. Maybe even a little dangerous. As these two clever boys exploit a clerical oversight, each one finds new views of selfhood, friendship, learning, and honesty. Entertaining and thought-provoking, this is Andrew Clements at his best.
Lançado em:
Jul 1, 2008
ISBN:
9780743572743
Formato:
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Sobre o autor

Andrew Clements is the author of picture books and novels for young readers, including Because Your Daddy Loves You and the perennial bestseller Frindle. He lives in Baldwin, Maine, and can also be found at www.andrewclements.com.

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  • (5/5)
    Andrew Clements is an incredible children's story teller. My child enjoyed this book very much!
  • (4/5)

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    When sixth graders Ray and Jay Grayson move to a new town in Ohio they pretty much know what to expect. They’ll have each other; after all, they’re twins. And no one will be able to tell them apart, since they’re identical. Even their own parents have to do the “freckle test” every once in a while. On their first day of school, Ray isn’t feeling well and has to stay home. So Jay goes alone, along with a note from his mom explaining Ray’s absence, which he’ll turn in during home room. Only, when the teacher calls attendance, Ray’s name isn’t on the list, only Jay’s. Jay figures maybe it was an oversight. But, Ray isn’t in any class. When he sees his file on a teacher’s desk he knows there has been a mix-up, his file is way too big. The school thinks there is only one Grayson boy. Maybe this is an opportunity for Ray and Jay? It’s definitely strange to be at school without his twin brother, especially since in the past no one has been able to tell them apart, and their matching names only made things trickier. But at the new school no one is confused about which twin they are talking to, and Jay actually feel like a real person. When he gets home he tells Ray about the day, and how it felt to have kids talk to him and see him as an individual. They hatch a plan where they'll alternate who will stay home, so that they each get to experience life outside of being a twin- just for a week. Can the boys pull off their plan? What kind of trouble will they be in when all is revealed? Are they good enough actors to make people believe they're one person? You will have to read this book to find out!

    I have read and enjoyed many books by Andrew Clements, so I was excited to read Lost and Found. It was a lot of fun! Once I found out what the twins were planning I couldn’t wait to see how everything played out. Their plan was interesting, and I loved seeing the way they each handled things when they were acting as Jay. Definitely a tricky situation- especially when they went out in public with their parents! Ray and Jay are seen by most people as the same person, since they are identical. But, through this experiment, we really got to see how unique they are. They have their own skills and like different things after all. I think this book will appeal to anyone who likes realistic fiction and a little mischief. A fast and entertaining read!

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    Two brothers named Jay and Ray and they move to colorado and the first day of school his brother's name was not called and one day one brother went to school and the other day the went it is about how they get caught.I liked this book so much I read it twice.

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  • (5/5)
     There's a twins that went to live in a new town and a new school. The twins brother is called Ray
  • (4/5)
    I listened to this in audio while driving in the very early morning hours. It managed to hold my attention and keep me from getting drowsy.It's a bit predictable, but good fun. Who didn't find themselves a bit envious of the twins in school when they were growing up?
  • (5/5)
    This book is a classic take on the old switch of twins that is often reacted in movies. I would recommend this to any one who would like reading about twins.
  • (5/5)
    The Grayson twins are moving to a new town. Again. Although it's a drag to be constantly mistaken for each other, in truth, during those first days at a new school, there's nothing better than having a twin brother there with you. But on day one of sixth grade, Ray stays home sick, and Jay is on his own. No big deal. It's a pretty nice school, good kids, too. But Jay quickly discovers a major mistake: No one seems to know a thing about his brother. Ray's not on the attendance lists, doesn't have a locker, doesn't even have a student folder. Jay almost tells the school -- almost -- but then decides that this lost information could be very...useful. And fun.As Ray and Jay exploit a clerical oversight, they each find new views on friendship, honesty, what it means to be a twin -- and what it means to be yourself. Entertaining, thought-provoking, and true-to-life, this clever novel is classic Andrew Clements times two!
  • (4/5)
    Twins in grade six move to a new town. Accidentally, the school file for one boy ends up nested inside the other boy's file, so no one knows there are two boys. On the first day of school, one of the boys is sick and that is why no one notices them. The boys are smart and figure out a way to not get caught right away. Both boys discover that it is great to have no twin and to be appreciated for the individual that you are. It is the school nurse who catches on. A fun, yet light read about the antics of twins!
  • (3/5)
    I've only know one set of twins in my life and I never really thought about how they feel about one another, especially if they were identical. Jay certainly has very strong feelings about what it is like. Thus a scheme comes to life in which there is only one boy and they take turns going to school. For a couple days it is great until the complications start to mount. The lies are harder to remember and harder to tell. Finally, it becomes too much for one of the twins to keep their secret and that is when things start falling apart. I think kids will find this an entertainly tale. Readers may think it would be so great to be a twin but after reading Lost and Found, they might think differently about having to share a life with someone who looks just like you.
  • (3/5)
    Identical twins Jay and Ray Grayson are pretty sick of no one being able to tell them apart. So when a clerical error at their new school in Ohio results in Ray's name being left off the rosters, Jay hatches a plan. They don't tell anyone about the error and Jay and Ray take turns going to school. They both love the experience of being twinless and unique... but eventually their lies will catch up to them and they'll figure out that maybe their plan wasn't such a good idea after all... I always like Andrew Clements' stuff and, though this isn't one of my favorites, it's a nice school story that may be especially appealing to twins.