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Samantha is having all kinds of fun sharing adventures with ten-year-old twins, but when an adventure leads to danger, Samantha and her friends must focus all their attention on getting back to safety. Then Samantha learns that Nellie and her sisters are in serious trouble. Samantha sets her sights on saving her friend--and fighting for the family she's always wanted. Can Samantha is having all kinds of fun sharing adventures with ten-year-old twins, but when an adventure leads to danger, Samantha and her friends must focus all their attention on getting back to safety. Then Samantha learns that Nellie and her sisters are in serious trouble. Samantha sets her sights on saving her friend--and fighting for the family she's always wanted. Can she find a way to do both before it's too late?


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Samantha is having all kinds of fun sharing adventures with ten-year-old twins, but when an adventure leads to danger, Samantha and her friends must focus all their attention on getting back to safety. Then Samantha learns that Nellie and her sisters are in serious trouble. Samantha sets her sights on saving her friend--and fighting for the family she's always wanted. Can Samantha is having all kinds of fun sharing adventures with ten-year-old twins, but when an adventure leads to danger, Samantha and her friends must focus all their attention on getting back to safety. Then Samantha learns that Nellie and her sisters are in serious trouble. Samantha sets her sights on saving her friend--and fighting for the family she's always wanted. Can she find a way to do both before it's too late?

30 review for Lost and Found: A Samantha Classic Volume 2

  1. 4 out of 5

    Celina Weersinghe

    I loved this book just as much as the other one, but this one was a little more dramatic in my opinion. But it was still a good book. My favorite part was when it was Samantha’s tenth birthday party! Overall I totally recommend this book too!!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    I loved the Samantha books as a kid. They're still entertaining. My favorite part was always the "Peek Into the Past" section, which included interesting photos, facts and illustrations from the time period. And the illustrations throughout the books were beautiful! I loved seeing Samantha wearing her various outfits from the doll collection. I would spend hours reading these books! Well, this new edition is a travesty. They've poorly spliced together three of the books, and have removed ALL ILLU I loved the Samantha books as a kid. They're still entertaining. My favorite part was always the "Peek Into the Past" section, which included interesting photos, facts and illustrations from the time period. And the illustrations throughout the books were beautiful! I loved seeing Samantha wearing her various outfits from the doll collection. I would spend hours reading these books! Well, this new edition is a travesty. They've poorly spliced together three of the books, and have removed ALL ILLUSTRATIONS. Basically the books have been gutted with the price remaining the same. Why are they cheating girls out of the bulk of the stories and illustrations? Shame! I'm so disappointed, but I'm happy that I still have my old books. Don't bother buying these. Look for the older copies instead.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    Oh Samantha! I loved her as a child and you can see why, Samantha is the little rich girl we all wanted to be lol! My favorite and least favorite parts of Samantha's story involve Nellie, Samantha's best friend who is also a child laborer. Samantha herself is so sheltered that it is hard for her to understand just how hard Nellie's life is. These stories introduce women's suffrage in the US and the Orphan Train. I will be interested to see what parts of this book stood out to the book club girls Oh Samantha! I loved her as a child and you can see why, Samantha is the little rich girl we all wanted to be lol! My favorite and least favorite parts of Samantha's story involve Nellie, Samantha's best friend who is also a child laborer. Samantha herself is so sheltered that it is hard for her to understand just how hard Nellie's life is. These stories introduce women's suffrage in the US and the Orphan Train. I will be interested to see what parts of this book stood out to the book club girls most.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

    A classic AG book. This one is the original last three books combined into one. You can tell that the transitions used to be completely different stories, but it's not bad. I like all the stories though. They are heartwarming. A classic AG book. This one is the original last three books combined into one. You can tell that the transitions used to be completely different stories, but it's not bad. I like all the stories though. They are heartwarming.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Rosa

    Very interesting

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jane Irish Nelson

    Quick-paced adventures for Samantha and her uncle's young sisters-in-law, this book lacks an overall plot, as it meanders through the year. Again, it lacks a real feel for the time period. Quick-paced adventures for Samantha and her uncle's young sisters-in-law, this book lacks an overall plot, as it meanders through the year. Again, it lacks a real feel for the time period.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Taylor Brady

    This book was an interesting read, and Samantha Parkington is easily one of my favorite American Girl characters. While I do have to read the books for work, I actually enjoy most of them. Samantha is an orphan being raised by her Grandmary in Mount Bedford, New York, but eventually moves into live with her Uncle Gard and Aunt Cornelia in New York City. Upon arriving in the city, Samantha learns that her dear friend Nellie, also an orphan, has been sent to live with her Uncle Mike in the city as This book was an interesting read, and Samantha Parkington is easily one of my favorite American Girl characters. While I do have to read the books for work, I actually enjoy most of them. Samantha is an orphan being raised by her Grandmary in Mount Bedford, New York, but eventually moves into live with her Uncle Gard and Aunt Cornelia in New York City. Upon arriving in the city, Samantha learns that her dear friend Nellie, also an orphan, has been sent to live with her Uncle Mike in the city as well. However, the girls are being raised in different financial situations. Samantha becomes concerned as she does not hear from Nellie as Nellie told her she would. Samantha moves to find what has happened with Nellie. The Samantha series is a great adventure for girls who love more adventure but also enjoy stories of friendship. Samantha rejects Grandmary's ideas of the "proper young lady" and tends to find herself in situations that help her to help her friends. I would recommend this book to younger girls, or girls who are struggling with reading. The language used is challenging enough to improve them, but not so challenging that they would not understand it. I would use this book to help students who are struggling by showing them that not all texts are superbly difficult, but are enough to help them advance. The adventures that Samantha finds herself on are sometimes scary and sometimes fun. Girls today would be able to relate to Samantha's need to help everyone.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    As with other books in this collection, I enjoyed the story and feel it has some valuable lessons for young girls. My critique of this book as it's companion, however, is that there are plot holes. Samantha is given a doll pram by her uncle. In the course of the story, she leaves the pram in a park. We never see if she returns for it and finds it gone. In fact, we never hear of the pram again! As with other books in this collection, I enjoyed the story and feel it has some valuable lessons for young girls. My critique of this book as it's companion, however, is that there are plot holes. Samantha is given a doll pram by her uncle. In the course of the story, she leaves the pram in a park. We never see if she returns for it and finds it gone. In fact, we never hear of the pram again!

  9. 5 out of 5

    C.A. Craven

    I love the original books, but while one volume instead of three is more convenient, there was absolutely no call for removing the illustrations except allowing Matel to sell more, by changing which if Samantha's outfits was "in the book". Good thing I've still got my classic editions! I love the original books, but while one volume instead of three is more convenient, there was absolutely no call for removing the illustrations except allowing Matel to sell more, by changing which if Samantha's outfits was "in the book". Good thing I've still got my classic editions!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kristen Luppino

    Again, two distinct stories in one book. I don't like that...the stories were OK, but the mostly unrelated story thing is annoying. Again, two distinct stories in one book. I don't like that...the stories were OK, but the mostly unrelated story thing is annoying.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Janice

    The American Girl books are very good. I have read this one twice now.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Megan Wagner

  13. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kasey

  15. 4 out of 5

    Julia

  16. 5 out of 5

    Holly L'Heureux

  17. 4 out of 5

    Ella

  18. 5 out of 5

    Katie

  19. 4 out of 5

    amy march ❀

  20. 4 out of 5

    Katie

  21. 5 out of 5

    Omnilegent_Bibliophile

  22. 4 out of 5

    Julia Nenadic

  23. 5 out of 5

    Shakthi

  24. 5 out of 5

    Joshah J

  25. 4 out of 5

    K

  26. 4 out of 5

    Taylor

  27. 4 out of 5

    Abby

  28. 5 out of 5

    Cecelia

  29. 4 out of 5

    Joyfully Jules

  30. 4 out of 5

    Kora VanDenBerg

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