That's the name of Cynthia Drew's delightfully illustrated children's story & I'm giving away a copy of the book this afternoon (Friday) at 4:30 on my Puffman Musical Trivia segment. It's a downright colorful fun presentation. Cynthia's short stories have appeared in numerous literary journals & magazines & her bestselling novels are available in print & ebook formats. Her latest tome is a beautifully illustrated children's story that not only encourages kids to read but, behind the whimsy, has a more meaningful theme with great messages. You don't have to tell me about "whimsy"...I'm the Puffman & there's plenty of whimsy every time that I'm on the radio! One reviewer says "Where Do Missing Things go?" is a darling book--full of very sweet illustrations & a text that not only makes sense, but tells kids how to keep track of their stuff. And solves the mystery of where the socks go in the washing machine (which I'm still trying to figure out). The end is almost touching--telling kids that while stuff is good, it's not, in the final analysis, what matters. Cynthia's book from Legacy Book Publishing is available at fine bookstores & online outlets. I wish I could have read the book when I was a kid. See you this afternoon on Puffman Musical Trivia at 4:30. 1st caller in with the correct answer to my musical trivia question, receives this neat presentation. You'll also love the illustrations done by Bill LaRocque.