MACK RHINO #4
THE LOST LOST-AND-FOUND CASE
It’s Career Day at Coral Cove Elementary School! Mack and his assistant Redd Oxpeck have been invited to participate and Mack is extra excited to be this year’s honorary speaker. But soon after Mack and Redd arrive, they discover that the school’s Lost-and-Found is…lost! Luckily Mack and Redd are on the job.
“Austin’s narration is conversational and observant.”
–Publishers Weekly, Starred Review
“Compellingly conveys the experience of living with an invisible, stigmatized disability.” –Kirkus Reviews
“Hand this book to readers who have enjoyed Gary D. Schmidt’s Okay for Now or Jacqueline Woodson’s Harbor Me.” –School Library Journal
“This tale tugs heartstrings and brings a deeper understanding of differently abled students.” –Booklist
If Austin picked a color to describe his life, it would be tumbleweed brown. Austin doesn't like standing out. He moves a lot, so he’s always the new kid, and there's no hiding his size. Plus, Austin has a secret. A coming-of-age story about a boy who is used to flying under the radar, and the classroom of kids determined to help him stand out.