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Wordless books are rich visual texts which provide the same benefits as reading a worded book, if you want to know more about the benefits of reading Lost, or curious about why I created it, please download 'The benefits of Lost (and other wordless books)'  If you are a student wanting to use Lost to  prepare for you GCSE Creative writing please download the GCSE Descriptive writing guide. For KS3 English Teachers your companion guide includes Lesson plans and handouts, and for Primary schools the KS2 companion guide offers lesson/topic suggestions of how to use Lost (which are linked to the curriculum.)

Lost is not just for schools or school aged readers, it can be enjoyed by all ages. It can support learning a new language or initiatives to help adults learning to read. It is also good 'brain training' reading a wordless book requires puzzle solving, so for ageing brains it can be a useful tool alongside other reading and activities which promote cognitive health.

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How/Where can I get a copy of Lost ?

 Lost ISBN 9781910542866 is making its way onto more channels, from April it will be available at The Wellcome Collection Museum gift shop, but currently it is available online from:

1) Amazon - all market places around the world; 

2) The Book Depository; (online)

3) Hive (online)

4) Blackwells


See screenshots below, these give current price and successful search information. Please note that Hive lists it as 'out of stock' this is misleading, as you CAN order it, it is fulfilled by a print on demand service.

You can request your local library orders copies in and then you can read it for FREE!

I will update stockist information as these become live. For school orders click this button now  

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