Little Book of the Lions is a 128-page hardback book written by Rugby World editor Paul Morgan.The British and Irish Lions are quite simply the most famous rugby union team in the world. Drawing on the best players from England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales this unique side has entered rugby's folklore with a series of legendary displays across the world. Now they tour every four years to either New Zealand, South Africa or Australia. A Lions cap is like an Olympic gold medal for many players, so come with us on a journey through the Land of the Lions and let great players like, JPR Williams, Graham Price, Jack Matthews and Bryn Meredith regale you with tales of the great players and the unbreakable bond that surrounds the Lions tours. Starting with the first tour in 1888 we take you through their colorful history, to 117 years later when they made their journey to New Zealand, to take on the undisputed world No 1 side.