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Reviewed by Darin Godby for Readers' Favorite
Author Cat Michaels and illustrator Irene A. Jahns do a wonderful job of presenting a children's story about a young girl Jenna who loses her blue plush stuffed rabbit named Fuzzy. They were always together and when Jenna had to go to school, or someplace where she couldn't take her best friend, she was very lonely and sad. When Jenna's family took a spring vacation, Jenna and Fuzzy were happy together, enjoying the journey. Jenna had so much fun playing in the water, building sand castles on the beach, and enjoying the sun. However, at the end of the day, she discovered that Fuzzy wasn't with her. Somewhere along the way she had lost Fuzzy.
Jenna was truly sad without her favorite stuffed animal, Fuzzy. She had a hard time sleeping and it was difficult to enjoy the next day's adventure. While fishing or walking on the beach, Jenna was trying to have fun, even without her favorite friend. While author Michaels doesn't finish the story, she allows the reader to step in and become the author. Finding Fuzzy: A You-Decide Tale of a Lost Friend not only gives the reader adventure and pleasure, but it allows one to conclude the story as they decide. This is a fun-filled, enjoyable read.