Bo Bo and Cha Cha and the Lost Child (book 5)
Illustrated by Patrick Yee
One day, a little girl visiting the zoo gets separated from her father. Fortunately, Bo Bo and Cha Cha are there to help her find her way back, and along the way introduce the kid to Saloma the orang utan and lots of new animal friends. She has a map and they teach her how to read it and use landmarks to find her way. When she is reunited with her father, the girl says that she's no longer scared of getting lost, because now she knows how to find her way again.
About the Author:
Jason Erik Lundberg is the author and editor of a dozen books, and writer of more than a hundred short stories, articles, and book reviews. His picture books for children include A New Home For Bo Bo and Cha Cha (finalist for the SCBWI Crystal Kite Member Choice Awards, Middle East/India/Asia category) and Bo Bo and Cha Cha's Big Day Out. A graduate of the prestigious Clarion Writers Workshop, Lundberg holds a graduate degree in creative writing from North Carolina State University and currently lives in Singapore.
About the Illustrator:
Patrick Yee is an award-winning illustrator of more than 100 children’s books. Some of his books include A Boy Named Harry, Fann, Little Buddy, Winter Rabbit, and On Being Happy. He is most well-known in the US for his Rosie Rabbit board book series, which has sold close to 100,000 copies and been translated into five languages. He has won the Macmillan Prize for Children’s Book Illustration twice. He currently teaches at Nanyang Polytechnic, the Nanyang Academy Of Fine Arts, the Spastic Children’s Association, and the AWWA Special School.
Size: 210 x 260mm
Published: April 2015