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Suitable for 7 - 10 years

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Product description

Deep in the burning African veld, a young boy rescues an orphaned white lion cub. But when the lion is sold to a circus, the friends are torn apart. How will their story end? This modern classic from Michael Morpurgo sweeps from a British boarding school to the African wilderness, and from the First World War to the present day. Full of striking landscapes and dramatic encounters, it is a vivid and heartwarming story of friendship against all the odds.

  • Winner of the Nestlé Smarties Gold Award
  • A classic animal story by a master author
  • Explores themes of friendship and loneliness
  • Michael’s books include War Horse and Cool!

Supplied as a pack of six copies.

Product Details

Catalogue number

7019 in Primary Schools Catalogue 2019/20

Format

Paperback

Date published

May 2nd, 2019

Condition

New

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Author/Illustrator

Michael Morpurgo

8025 morpurgo 206731

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