The happy lion
Age range 3 to 6
A friendly lion pays an unexpected call on the townspeople, but comes to realise he is happiest at home.
The lion at the little French zoo is a favourite of all the townspeople. Every day they stop by to feed him titbits and say, 'Bonjour, Happy Lion.' Naturally, when the lion finds his door open, he decides it would only be proper to visit all his friendly neighbours in return. But, wait -- sacré bleu! Why is everyone fleeing in terror?
Even if the townspeople are too frightened to cope, the Happy Lion's friend Francois saves the day and leads the Happy Lion home.
|Grouped Work ID||fa4dfee6-168e-937d-3592-95a19023c454|
|Grouping Title||happy lion|
|Grouping Author||fatio louise|
|Last Grouping Update||2020-09-22 23:04:51PM|
|Last Indexed||2020-09-22 00:40:37AM|
Duvoisin, Roger, 1900-1980,
Robbins, Rex, 1935-
|available_at_school||Harris Hillman School|
|detailed_location_school||Harris Hillman - Teen Everyone|
|display_description||When the door to his house at the zoo is left open a lion decides to visit his friends, but he quickly learns that people are not nearly as polite or friendly in town as when they visit him at the zoo.|
|lexile_code||AD: Adult Directed|
|owning_location_school||Harris Hillman School|
Friendship -- Fiction
Friendship -- Juvenile fiction
Lion -- Fiction
Lion -- Juvenile fiction
Lion. -- Juvenile fiction
|title_display||The happy lion|
The Happy Lion
The happy lion / by Louise Fatio ; pictures by Roger Duvoisin
The happy lion [electronic resource] Fatio, Louise.
|title_short||The happy lion|
Picture Book Fiction