Performancing Metrics

There's A Book

Red Ted and the Lost Things by Michael Rosen and Illustrated by Joel Stewart

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.

With bravery, teamwork, and lots of common sense, a forgotten bear finds his way home in this warm, wise, and very funny graphic storybook.

This is a book I’ve been in love with since the first time I saw the cover. The style of the illustrations and the story line are perfect together!

Definitely make sure to check out both the author and the illustrators websites, but I especially loved the illustrators blog! It’s fantastic!

Pick Up Red Ted and the Lost Things by Michael Rosen and Illustrated by Joel Stewart:

Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Powell’s Books | Indiebound | Book Depository | Goodreads

Interested in learning more about our feature “The Year of the Picture Book“? Please check out our opening post and be sure to leave your recommendations as well as links on that post. Thank you so much for your participation!

2 Responses to The Year of the Picture Book – Red Ted and the Lost Things by Michael Rosen

  1. PragmaticMom says:

    I really love the cover too! I haven’t seen much artwork with part of the image faded out to highlight the characters. Clever and effective!

  2. Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwww reminds me of Bolt.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *