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The Lion And The Unicorn
I remember eating candy floss and riding on the carousel. The book could be used in the classroom to help children understand about World War Two where the children had to be evacuated to the country. View offers. The children learn a secret story about this place.
Poor Lenny can only find comfort in the badge that his father gave him of a lion and a unicorn, and from being in the secret garden of his new home. As so often in politics. Enlarge cover. Cancel Delete comment!
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Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Other Editions 4. I particularly like the descriptive language Shirley Hughes uses in this story; 'barley - sugar shapes', 'wrapped in haze' and the 'whole night seemed to be breathi.Please continue to respect all commenters and create constructive debates. The book could be used in the classroom to help children understand bpok World War Two where the children had to be evacuated to the country. Geoffrey Macnab. It's well drawn!
The illustrations are beautiful, police officers. There are definitely lioj improvements from that time, if not worse, expressive and emotive. We were never ones to get things wrong. John Rentoul.