Why is it that in cleaning out the children's rooms in preparation for Tim getting back from a week in New England we unearthed an entire laundry basket full of books, but not one of them was the missing library book?
I've renewed Arthur's Great Big Valentine 3 times now, hoping it will turn up, which will likely surface the day after I pay for the darn thing. This brings up another query, why do the library books that end up lost always have to be fluff that I wouldn't want to keep? That's easy. We already own 90% of the classic, quality children's books on the market.