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Are We Lost? (Raymond and Sheila Stories Book 2) [Kindle Edition]

Annie Fox , Eli Noyes
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Book Description

Raymond and Sheila’s peaceful day at the beach turns into a wild goose chase involving a flying teddy bear in distress, a disappearing ice cream truck, and a couple of sly boa constrictors. Is there such a thing as too much adventure? All they were trying to do was keep an eye on their “valuables” without losing sight of what’s really important!

“Are We Lost?” is an adventure sure to appeal to every 4–8 yr old who has ever felt “old enough” to do something daring on their own. At the heart of this playfully illustrated tale of surprises and challenges is the unshakable love of a big sister for her little brother and the love of a shy little boy for his teddy bear.

Like all books in the Raymond and Sheila series, this book is for parents and kids to enjoy together. It includes a unique guide for parents to help their kids increase their language skills and social and emotional learning. “Are We Lost?” is in print, on Kindle, and in Spanish.


• “Fun and witty—made me recall times when I was alone with my big sister and we just had to figure it out!”
—, children’s book illustrator

• “Children, especially siblings, will readily identify with Raymond and Sheila, two adorable alligators. In Are We Lost?, the sibling bond between them is stronger than ever, as they both look for each other on a crowded beach. The characters express strong feelings that range from anxiety to relief during this satisfying adventure. Raymond and Sheila stories are cathartic in a way that can help children explore a range of feelings and emotions. I highly recommend this series for children ages 3-8.”
—Carisa Kluver, MSW,

• “Annie Fox has once again captured the emotions of childhood tumbling forth in everyday scenarios that kids can relate to.”
—Amy Jussel, Shaping Youth

• “I love the tone Annie takes with these books.”
—Brooks Jones, author/illustrator

• “What a fun an easy way to get a very important message across to children. Everything Annie does is designed to increase children's emotional well being and this book is not exception. Feels great to know the next generation have Annie helping them :-)”
—Sarah Newton, author of "Help! My Teenager is an Alien"

• “This is an exceptional book to help get small children to discuss their feelings . . . delightful characters . . . This darling book is chock full of various topics that can be discussed with your class or your child.”
—Teachers with Apps

More information about Raymond and Sheila Stories at

Published by Electric Eggplant.

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About the Author

Annie Fox, M.Ed., has been teaching and creating innovative content for kids for 30+ years. Her first picture book People Are Like Lollipops (Holiday House) was published before she was legally old enough to sign the contract. Since then Annie has designed classic kids’ computer games and written award-winning books for tweens and teens, including the popular Middle School Confidential™ series which Electric Eggplant developed as totally cool graphic novel apps. Check out Annie’s latest book, "Teaching Kids To Be Good People: Progressive Parenting for the 21st Century" (Electric Eggplant). Contact Annie at

Product Details

  • File Size: 4297 KB
  • Print Length: 36 pages
  • Publisher: Electric Eggplant (December 21, 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00AROU590
  • Text-to-Speech: Not enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,029,406 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Happy I found this story! December 23, 2012
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Sometimes it's hard to start a family discussion about our feelings, but "Are We Lost?" was just the story to get us going. My 6-year-old had no trouble relating the character Sheila's worries to his own experiences--especially the time he almost lost his beloved dog. With its unforgettable characters, whimsical illustrations and teachable moments, this lost-and-found tale will get the whole family talking. Looking forward to reading more Raymond and Sheila stories with my son.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Book Are We Lost? March 25, 2014
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I always get lost and my grandchildren love reminding me that I am lsot. This book is a lot of fun for all of us.
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Like a Charms blow pop - Two treats in one! I liked both the humor, story and artwork in this children's book. Only way it could be made better would be portability since I was stuck reading it from my free cloud reader account on my desktop. Very good book!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Book! March 8, 2014
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Love the story and illustrations. Great lesson in a simple story. I look forward to reading it to our grandson.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Are we lost? Bed time story November 7, 2013
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My 2 years old son love stories I read for him at bed time. This is one of our favorite with color illustrations and easy reading for toddlers. It's funny at times since my son try to pronounce crocodile but could not yet. Good and fun reading for children, would recommend for any kids boys and girls.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Beach-Tastic! May 20, 2013
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A wonderful book that you may get lost in. The book is about a couple of alligators at the beach. When one gets hungry, what will happen? Find out in this beach-tastic book. A must read for summer!
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5.0 out of 5 stars LOTS TO THINK ABOUY April 25, 2013
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I get children's books from Amazon for the special times when my 6 year old neighbor comes to visit. When she's here, she gets to use my Kindle, play games she doesn't have at home and help pick my flowers.
Her father is a Sgt. in the U. S. Army. Before moving to Kentucky she lived in Hawaii. She's going to love this book because it's about the beach. She won't even notice the lessons the book teaches, or the love and concern an older sister can have for her younger brother.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing book for kids April 13, 2013
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I choose five stars since this is a really good book for kids. I think parents should read this book to their child to teach them not to wander off like Raymond.
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When Annie Fox's first book "People Are Like Lollipops" (Holiday House) was published, she wasn't old enough to legally sign the contract! By the time she turned 21, though, she decided that helping kids would be her life's work. After graduating from Cornell University with a degree in Human Development and Family Studies then completing her Master's in Education, she began exploring ways to use technology to entertain kids while building their emotional intelligence skills.

In 1977, Annie and her husband David opened Marin Computer Center, the world's first public access microcomputer facility. Her work there led her to write her best selling book, "Armchair BASIC: An Absolute Beginner's Guide to Microcomputers and Programming in BASIC" (Osborn/McGraw-Hill). After a detour into the world of screen writing, Annie returned to computers as an award-winning writer/designer of children's CD-ROMs. (Putt-Putt; Madeline; Get Ready for School, Charlie Brown; and Mr. Potato Head Saves Veggie Valley are just a few of the titles on which she worked.)

At the dawn of the Internet age, Annie dreamed up the idea for The InSite (, a place "for teens and young adults to turn their world around." She is the creator, co-designer, writer, and executive producer of that award-winning site. One of The InSite's most popular features is Hey Terra, a Cyberspace Dear Abby. Annie's first book for teens, "The Teen Survival Guide to Dating & Relating: Real World Advice About Guys, Girls, Growing Up And Getting Along" (2000, 2005 Free Spirit Publishing), is based on hundreds of emails to Terra and Annie's responses to them. "Teen Survival Guide" is now available as a free PDF download from

"Are You My Friend?" a Read-it-to-Me iBook was written by Annie Fox, illustrated by Eli Noyes and produced by Electric Eggplant. This digital story book for 4-8 year olds is the first of the Raymond and Sheila Series and is now available in print form on Amazon, and as Android apps for Kindle Fire, Nook Tablet, and other Android tablets. The second Raymond and Sheila story "Are We Lost?" will be available in print in 2013. See for more info.

Annie's other books include: "Too Stressed to Think? A Teen Guide to Staying Sane When Life Makes You CRAZY," co-authored with Ruth Kirschner (Free Spirit Publishing) and the popular 3 book Middle School Confidential™ series (Free Spirit Publishing). Annie's Middle School Confidential apps (developed by Electric Eggplant) are available for iPad, iPhone, Kindle Fire, Nook Tablet, and other Android tablets (see

Through her conference appearances and public events for kids, tweens, teens, parents, and educators, Annie continues working toward her goal of empowering young people through increased emotional intelligence skills, social courage, and stress-reduction strategies. Her new book for parents and teachers, "Teaching Kids To Be Good People," is now available in print and for Kindle (see

Visit Annie at her website,
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