PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Spirit Airlines to the rescue. A flight attendant found a library book and returned it to a Delaware County student earlier this week. Springton Middle School in Media posted the book reunion on Twitter.

“REUNITED! What a kind gesture by an employee of Spirit Airlines. One of our students left behind a library book during a recent trip. After 1000s of miles, the book arrived home today @SpringtonLakeMS. Thanks Jamie! #KindnessMatters,” read the tweet.

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In a letter, the flight attendant says she returned the book hoping the student would avoid any fines or discipline.

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Spirit Airlines also responded to the school’s tweet saying they were happy the book was returned to its owner.

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