Reviews for Lost and Found

AudioFile Reviews 2008 December/January 2009
Clements has written yet another book that gives young listeners plenty to think and talk about. When twins Ray and Jay wonder what life is like without a twin, they discover it's not all they expected. Listeners will be able to identify with the both their scheme and its consequences. Keith Nobbs narrates with excellent pacing, cadence, and intonation. As he brings Ray and Jay to life, he gives great energy to the pair, allowing listeners to empathize with the boys' ups and downs. Nobbs captures the attitudes of these sixth-graders and their friends, ensuring that listeners are quickly caught up in their story. The adults' voices are distinct and appropriately supportive as well. J.K.R. (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine