This chapter finds something or someone typically serves as the trigger for a story in which characters go in search for 'the lost. Many child authors will have heard of, watched and even played the game Family Fortunes. The chapter describes character's 'finding' could be deliberate or it could be by accident, stumbling across it purely by chance. An obstacle that almost everyone can relate to is that of fearsand phobias. Dictionary definitions of the verb 'to rescue' emphasise the idea of setting free or saving someone or something from danger, attack, imprisonment or death. Cleaver claims that a useful 'plot trigger' for a story involves a character making a mistake. Through focused taught input ensure that child authors appreciate that everyone makes mistakes it is part of being a human being. This chapter also applies to the characters in their emerging stories readers will find protagonists who never make any mistakes 'too perfect' and rather boring.