This story is about a day in the life of a boy named David, who has lots of trouble keeping track of his 'PANTS'.
Every morning when he wakes up his 'PANTS' never seem to be where he left them the night before. So every day David goes on a new search looking for his 'PANTS', never knowing if he will find them before he has to leave for school.
During todays search he interacts with neighbors and assorted critters around his house hoping one of them know where his 'pants' might be.
About the author:
Many years ago David Hartwick was run over by a car while riding his bicycle and was badly injured. The car drove away and left him on the side of the road. He received a terrible brain injury that, even today, gives him problems. He had to relearn to read, spell, write, talk, and walk all over again. He started relearning to read again one word at a time. He began reading kindergarten books, then first grade books, then second grade books, and so on. There were times when he thought he would never recover but he never quit or gave up. One of the exercises he did to help his brain recover was to write stories. He's written over 200 stories during the years of his recovery. He is now turning some of them into books like this one.
"There may be some of you kids out there that have been injured or maybe you were born with something that causes you problems. If you have a brain injury I am here to tell you that the brain is an amazing thing. It can fix itself but you have to help it to do so. I say to all of you kids, DO NOT QUIT AND NEVER STOP TRYING, and to all moms and dads please don't let them quit or stop trying. If you are an adult and are reading this book to help yourself, GOOD FOR YOU, DON'T QUIT because if I had quit or stopped trying you would not be reading this book." ~ David G. Hartwick