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    From the wildly original creator of The Lost House comes an around-the-world seek-and-find adventure!

    Grandad and his grandchildren are looking at an old photo album when Grandad realizes the children have never met their cousins who are scattered across the globe. It's time to head off on an adventure to go visit them--but finding the long-lost cousins is harder than it sounds! From icy landscapes to bustling cities to vivid jungles, it seems Grandad's got relatives everywhere, and these dazzling spreads are full of both cousins and objects for readers to find. With a dizzying array of dazzling spreads, this is the most global and adventurous LOST book yet and will keep kids (and their adults) entertained for hours on end!
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    All great picture books make you see the world in a new way, but B.B. Cronin’s “The Lost Cousins” really pushes the envelope. It’s a tour de force work of psychedelia for kids, playfully dense and almost radical in its juxtapositions of eye-popping fluorescent colors. Of course, seeing is very much the subject of this book, the fourth in Cronin’s Seek & Find series.
    — Bruce Handy

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  • B.B. Cronin, the author and illustrator of “The Lost Cousins,” in his work space in Brooklyn, N.Y.

     

    “When I am working I could be anywhere, really. I become totally unaware of my surroundings — totally. I am only aware of the surface I’m working on, my paints, brushes and water. I spend a lot of time mixing paint and this is a pleasure that can never be replaced by any computer. Mixing paint with water and developing colors is a joy. I discover shades of colors by accident. It’s a messy process and the splashing of paint that happens in the process of working ruins a lot of my clothes. When I look at the floor, my desk or my clothes, I can see my month’s work.

     

    My father developed dementia in the last year of his life and I guess somewhere in my mind ‘Lost’ became a bigger word for me. I wanted to show in the series how looking and remembering is so important. At some stage, all we really have are memories of things lost.”

     

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