Child's Book of Rules – Author Located in Sacramento

Isabelle Busath, 10, co-wrote the book with cousin Isabella Thordsen, 8

By on January 17th, 2013 13:22 GMT

News of a notebook, in which "rules for living" for kids were scribbled, has circled the world. The “book of rules” was discovered by an employee at a Walmart in Citrus Heights, near Sacramento, California.

It includes 157 rules ranging from “No stealing” and “No pushing” to the more specific "Don't bite the dentist." "Protect this book" was listed as number 154.

20-year-old Raymond Flores set out to find the rightful owner of the notebook, appearing on TV and in the press, to share the story.

According to Fox 40, the owner stepped forward, 5 days after losing it. Sacramento resident Isabelle Busath, 10, co-wrote the book with cousin Isabella Thordsen, 8.

The pair are constantly writing, and they set up these rules to teach their younger sisters some lessons about life.

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