IF YOU SEE A LION

Karl Newson
Price $18.95
Description Description
Once upon a time, there was a story in this book. But a lion ate it all.

Narrated by a tall, handsome and ever-so-dashing lion, dressed head to toe in fancy dress, this is a hilarious story of how a greedy lion ate all the picture book characters and then lies about it. The problem is, he just can't resist boasting about it!

​Dressed in his not-so-convincing disguise, Lion beckons the reader closer to find the culprit, while a plucky little rabbit hides in the pages, shouting out warnings until he bravely confronts our narrator about his crime. Will Lion ever learn his lesson? 

A hilarious story with plenty of opportunities for group participation, and an overarching theme of kindness, empathy and forgiveness. Includes a mysterious bite-mark out of the front cover... now who could have done that?

 “There has to be a lion hiding somewhere in this book.
Dreamy, clever, awesome, strong.
Come in closer for a look…”
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Format:
Format Juvenile - Hardcover 32 Pages
ISBN:
ISBN 9780711252349
Size:
Size9.25 in x 11.40 in / 234.95 mm x 289.56 mm
Published:
Published Date August 18th, 2020
Karl Newson
Karl Newson is a best-selling, multi-award-winning children's book author. Author of the award winning picture book I Am a Tiger, the best-selling I Really Really Need a Wee and The Same But Different Too, plus many more! His stories have been translated in 29 languages around the world. Karl grew up in Norwich, England, and was inspired to write his first story when his children were small… he’s been writing stories ever since. When Karl isn’t writing he enjoys a walk in the woods, listening to music and reading other biscuits. He lives in London, UK.
Andrea Stegmaier
Andrea Stegmaier loves to make books. As a kid she made books for her dolls, later she made books for her kids, and now she makes books for everyone. She went to university to study architecture, but that’s a different story. Andrea lives with her family in Stuttgart, a busy town in Germany.
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