Author Punky Kaye’s new book “The (Not So) Lost & Found” is a charming, illustrated tale about a lost scarf finding his way back to his owner to keep him warm

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Recent release “The (Not So) Lost & Found” from Page Publishing author Punky Kaye is a heartwarming story about Tommy, a young boy who loses his scarf, Scrappy, and Scrappy’s journey back to Tommy to keep him warm.

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Punky Kaye, an accomplished linguist and artist, has completed her new book “The (Not So) Lost & Found”: a gripping and potent story about a scarf’s journey back to his owner.

Published by Page Publishing, Punky Kaye’s touching tale about Scrappy, a cozy scarf, with one job. He is supposed to keep his owner, Tommy, warm. One day, Scrappy gets left behind on the school bus and winds up in a lost and found bin, in which he finds himself in a whole new role. During his time away from Tommy, Scrappy meets some new friends, including Curtis, from Curtis’ Day Out, and all the new friends set off on an adventure.

Readers who wish to experience this charming work can purchase “The (Not So) Lost & Found” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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