Who's Afraid of a Lion: Aesop's Bully Fable

Who's Afraid of a Lion: Aesop's Bully Fable

Who's Afraid of a Lion: Aesop's Bully Fable

Who's Afraid of a Lion: Aesop's Bully Fable


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Inspired by Aesop's classic tales and by Bill Martin Jr.'s friendship and books, Lee Jenkins wrote Who's Afraid of a Lion? Aesop's Bully Fable. The amusing word patterns and swirling language that follow the gnat's path are both exemplars of Bill Martin Jr.'s writing. Jim Chansler's delightful illustrations greatly add to children's enjoyment of this story: so

much personality is displayed by the lion, gnat and spider.

The Aesop Patterns for Young Readers series is unique among fables for children because they are specifically written for beginning readers, ages 4-7. After parents, other adults, or older children read these books to young children, they will pick up the patterns and learn to read the books themselves.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781956457209
Publisher: Ltoj Consulting Group
Publication date: 09/23/2022
Series: Aesop Patterns for Young Readers
Pages: 42
Product dimensions: 7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.11(d)
Age Range: 4 - 8 Years

About the Author

Lyle Lee Jenkins is an author, speaker, consultant and a recognized expert in improving the systems, outcomes, and processes of education. He is on a mission to provide the training, resources, and encouragement all educators need to help children maintain their intrinsic love of learning. Lyle Lee holds a B.A. from Point Loma Nazarene University, a Masters of Education from San Jose State University and a Ph.D. from the Claremont Graduate University. Lyle Lee has spent the last 50 years learning from teachers, administrators, and world-class experts the best practices for education. During that time, he also worked as a teacher, principal, school superintendent in the California School System, and as a university professor. Lyle Lee's speaking career has taken him across the U.S. and to many other regions, including Latin America, Europe and Asia. He has taught online courses to educators from more than 25 countries. His message to educators in public, private, charter, and home schools is to promote and maintain the love of learning children were born with throughout all 12 years of school and beyond by celebrating progress, empowering them to own their education, and keeping learning fun. His mission is that every child around the world would have an educational experience that promotes and encourages the intrinsic love of learning that he/she was born with.Dr. Jenkins would love to hear about your experiences in the field of education. You can contact him at lee@ltoj.net. For free resources and continued education opportunities near you, visit www.ltoj.net.
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