During a road trip to Idaho, six-year-old Justice Wadsworth lost a teddy bear. But this wasn't just any stuffed animal. The bear was a beloved gift from her Army dad, who's currently stationed in Korea.

After hearing of Wadworth's plight via Facebook, Washington state's Department of Transportation sent a pair of workers to scour the area where the toy was last seen. Lo and behold, they found the wayward bear, then drove fours hours to deliver it to the grateful little girl, who said the toy "makes me feel like cotton candy and I'm cuddling with my dad." Aww! Certainly, there's a children's book in this somewhere.

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[Good Morning America]