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Book Report: Lost & Found
Lost and Found – Andrew Clements
Sign up for our newsletters! The Grayson brothers have a hard time proving they're two separate people. Their parents named one Ray Jay and the other Jay Ray. And to complicate matters, they're identical twins! It's not that Ray and Jay who only go by their first names to avoid confusion mind it, exactly. They get along just fine.
Lost and Found is a children's novel written by Andrew Clements , first published in It is about two boys, Ray and Jay Grayson, who are identical twins , and have always wondered what it is like to be a single person rather than "one of the Grayson twins". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Retrieved
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As two clever boys exploit a clerical oversight, each one discovers new perspectives on selfhood, friendship, and honesty. Identical twins Ray and Jay Grayson are moving to a new town. - Identical twins Ray and Jay Grayson are moving to a new town. Except, on the first day of sixth grade, Ray stays home sick, and Jay quickly discovers a major mistake: No one knows about his brother.
But when Ray gets sick on the first day of school and Jay discovers that Ray's school records have been misplaced, the two hatch a plan to alternate attendance, at least for the first week or so, and see what it feels like to be viewed as an individual. This slim story has all the elements readers have come to expect from Clements Frindle : a school setting, likable secondary characters, supportive adults and a challenge to the audience to see things from a different perspective. While verisimilitude is never a priority in Clements's storytelling, this plot strains more than usual for effect: the Grayson parents seem particularly obtuse to their sons' switches, given how sensitive they turn out to be, and the case against twindom seems heavily and gratuitously stacked. The result: an entertaining story in a minor key. Final art not seen by PW. Ages 8—
The Grayson twins are Jay and Ray. On the first day of sixth grade, Ray is sick so Jay walks to school by himself. Pretty soon Jay realizes that the school has no record of Ray. The school have mistaken the twins as one person. So, Jay hatches a plan.