Lion, Lion

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I don’t like Lion Lion it’s very ugly. I like it too. That’s lion. He’s looking at the boy. He wants to eat him. The boy doesn’t look in the lion. He’s looking for Lion, but the lion is behind the house. The lion doesn’t want to eat the grass because he doesn’t want to eat the turtles. He’s so rude. The turtle snapped him. The boy asks him if he wants mushrooms and berries but the lion says, “Too stinky! Too pokey!” The boy is trying to find what the lion wants to eat. Not flowers or seeds. He wants to eat him! The boy. Then the boy goes in the lion’s mouth! Then he finds a cat with the mouse inside the lion! Then the lion sneezed out the human, he sneezed out the boy! He was looking for his cat! My favorite picture is the cat inside lion’s mouth. I like the skunks too and everything in the picture. Lion is not the lion; Lion is the cat; he was looking for the cat!

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Author Miriam Busch, Larry Day, Illustrator
Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 32 pages
Publisher Balzer + Bray
Publish Date 30-Sep-2014
ISBN 9780062271044
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Issue March 2015
Category Children's


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