The Lion and the Mouse: A Tale of Friendship

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Toast, Sarah
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1997
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Each pair of pages presents one full page of text and one of colored illustration. This mouse, eyeing some berries, mistakes the sleeping lion's head for a rock. The awakening occasions a chase. As soon as the lion frees the mouse, he smells food and moves toward it ÔÇô into a trap. The hunters are approaching just as the mouse frees the lion. The lion then carries the mouse back on his head to the place where the story started, so that the mouse can pick the berries she wanted. The lion then lifts her down from his head in a lovely gesture that the booklet puts on its cover. "They've been friends ever since."
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Publications International, Ltd.
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