A Lion S Hide Away
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📒A Lion S Hide Away Grade 1 Leveled Reader by Jackie Tidey
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📒How To Hide A Lion by Helen Stephens
How to Hide a Lion Summary : How does a very small girl hide a very large lion? It's not easy, but Iris has to do her best, because mums and dads can be funny about having a lion in the house. Luckily, there are lots of good places to hide a lion - behind the shower curtain, in your bed, and even up a tree. A funny, heart-warming story about a very special friendship.
📒The Adventures Of A Lion Family And Other Studies Of Wild Life In East Africa by Andries Albertus Pienaar
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📒A Lion S Pride by Eve Langlais
A Lion s Pride Summary : Forget the jungle, things are getting hot in the city. If you like your shapeshifters feline then check out the first four books, in A Lion's Pride. Includes: When An Alpha Purrs - The king of the jungle meets his match in a human hairdresser.When A Beta Roars - Hayder’s met his mate, there’s just one little problem, she’s allergic to cats.When An Omega Snaps - When Meena declares Leo is her mate, his first impulse is to run far, far away.A Tiger's Bride - When at first you don't succeed - turn to abduction.
📒Fox Is A Lion by Osran Morson
Fox Is A Lion Summary : The Fox Is A Lion is an action adventure story bridging 2 continents, Australia and Africa, and a ship. Based on a true incident, this story follows an abused eleven year old migrant boy who escapes from an orphanage in Australia circa 1956. After being severely punished by a School Headmaster, Miles Taylor's mind snaps inside, having had enough of being continually punished unjustly. He sets his mind to find his Father who is somewhere in Africa doing humanitarian work for the African people. With the authorities in hot pursuit, he manages to avoid capture in the Australian city suburbs and then stows away on a ship. In Africa the Zulu nation take the boy's plight seriously and help him cross the wilds of the African jungle to find his Father. In the background Miles Taylor is being pursued by the Police, Government Authorities, World Newspapers and wild animals. "I thought it was fantastic and would make a good series. Miles' escapades are a thrilling action adventure." — Lorraine K. Western Australia.
📒A Lion In Waiting by HW Coyle
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📒Blue Ridge Hideaway by Cynthia Thomason
Blue Ridge Hideaway Summary : ALL SHE CAME FOR WAS HER FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS Armed with a can of pepper spray and fuming mad, Dorie Howe is determined to get what's hers from the old con man who fleeced her. Even if she has to cut a deal with his ex-cop son, Bret Donovan. With her brother in jail and no way to pay his lawyer, she's desperate enough to agree to Bret's terms. Desperate–and intrigued. Helping Bret get his mountain retreat in order wouldn't be the worst job she's ever had. The spring air is fresh and the scenery is gorgeous. As long as Bret can keep his policeman's instinct to snoop in check, she just might get away unscathed. All she has to do is keep him, and her feelings, at bay for a few more days….
📒The Young Folks Cyclop Dia Of Common Things by John Denison Champlin
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📒The Young Folks Cyclopedia Of Common Things by John Denison Champlin
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📒The Girl Who Married A Lion by Alexander McCall Smith
The Girl Who Married a Lion Summary : Gathered here is a beguiling selection of folktales from Zimbabwe and Botswana as retold by the best-selling author of The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency. This treasury contains most of the stories previously collected in Children of Wax and seven new tales from the Setswana-speaking people of Botswana. A girl discovers that her young husband might actually be a lion in disguise, but not before they have two sons who might actually be cubs . . . When a child made of wax follows his curiosity outside into the heat of daylight and melts, his siblings shape him into a bird with feathers made of leaves that enable him to fly into the light . . . Talking hyenas, milk-giving birds, clever cannibals who nonetheless get their comeuppance, and mysterious forces that reside in the landscape—these wonderful fables bring us the wealth, the variety, and the particular magic of traditional African lore.