|Arthur Lost and Found|
|Publication date||September 1, 1998|
|Published by||Little, Brown and Company|
| Preceded by|
Arthur's Computer Disaster (1997)
| Followed by|
Arthur's Underwear (1999)
Arthur Lost and Found is the 24th book in the Arthur Adventure series. It was written and illustrated by Marc Brown and was published by Little, Brown and Company on September 1, 1998. It is based upon the first half of "Lost!".
Differences from the cartoon
- Arthur and Buster took the bus together and they got lost across the city. In the cartoon, only Arthur was the one to get lost.
- In the book, Arthur and Buster had more money when they came to the Diner, but they spent it without thinking on Chocolate Winkies and Strawberry Soda. In the cartoon, Arthur went into the diner with no money left and was given a free meal.
- The Manny's Diner waitress is a rabbit with a white complexion; but in the cartoon, her skin was brown.
- In the book Arthur thought up the idea of talking to the bus driver himself. In the cartoon the waitress suggested it.
- In the book, Sam wore glasses. In the cartoon, he wasn't wearing glasses.