Nobody Laughs at a Lion by Paul Bright

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"You can see why I'm King of the Jungle," said Big Lion. "It's because I'm the best." But what is he best at? He quickly discovers that the jungle is full of talented animals. Cheetah, monkey, snake, and elephant giggle as Big Lion tries and fails to run, climb, creep, and crash through the forest. Energetic and expressive illustrations will entertain young readers until the very end when Big Lion finds out what he does best. And then, Nobody Laughs at a Lion!


About Paul Bright

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Paul Bright started writing stories for his own children when they were young, and he kept on writing even when they left home. Lee Wildish has illustrated many books for the JUVenile and young adult market, including " Mom and Dad Glue, " which is also published in North America by Barronas.
Published June 25, 2005 by Good Books. 26 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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From its sunny orange and yellow endpapers to the expressive watercolors inside, readers will be cheered by the simple tale of jungle animals each of whom has a talent that bests the skills of the king of the jungle.

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