Lavi the Lion Finds His Pride

Lavi the Lion Finds His Pride

by Linda Dickerson, Jennifer Rempel
     
 
Join Lavi as he travels the world in search of adventure and a pride of his own.

32-page color illustrated children's book. Ages 3-8.

Lavi's story will appeal to all young children. Throughout his adventures, he experiences the things that all children can relate to: the desire for adventure and exploration; the longing for home and friends

Overview

Join Lavi as he travels the world in search of adventure and a pride of his own.

32-page color illustrated children's book. Ages 3-8.

Lavi's story will appeal to all young children. Throughout his adventures, he experiences the things that all children can relate to: the desire for adventure and exploration; the longing for home and friends and family; the need to belong. While this book isn't about disability, it includes children with disabilities in a very natural way. The illustrations are charming, reinforcing the idea of a very lovable lion. Lavi's adventures take him from his birthplace on the African savanna to Katmandu, Rome, Austin, and finally, Pittsburgh. The book provides numerous learning opportunities about a number of subjects (e.g., geography, cultures, history, social interactions, etc.), all in the form of a fun story. There are facts about real lions included at the end of the book.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780974471525
Publisher:
Towers Maguire Publishing
Publication date:
04/20/2005
Product dimensions:
10.10(w) x 8.56(h) x 0.35(d)

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What People are saying about this

"All children will enjoy Lavi the Lion, including blind kids who will delight in the story's word play and puns."
author of several books for children, including: Do You Remember The Color Blue?: and other questions kids ask about blindness
Olivia McHugh
"Two thumbs up!"
Age 7
Dave Crawley
"Linda Dickerson's enchanting tale of a lion's search for home is delightfully complimented by the humorous artwork of Jennifer Rempel. As a world traveler who loves this city above all others, I must agree that Lavi the Lion made the right choice when he found his pride in Pittsburgh."
—author of poems for children, including his book Cat Poems,
and host of KDKA television series KD Country

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