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ISBN: 0606066667
Author: Michelle Knudsen
Language: English
Publisher: Turtleback; Bound for Schools & Libraries ed. edition (June 25, 2009)
Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Subcategory: Kids
Rating: 4.8
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Library Binding: 224 pages This book is loved by so many kids I know. This series are great fun for kids.

Library Binding: 224 pages. This book is loved by so many kids I know. They are funny and creative and keep kids reading.

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A Lion to Guard Us by Clyde Robert Bulla - Jamestown colony, early American history .

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217 Pages · 1999 · 598 KB · 255 Downloads ·English. Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves.

Library Lion Library Binding – 1 July 2009. by Michelle Knudsen (Author), Kevin Hawkes (Illustrator).

School & Library Binding published March 1996. Granny Weatherwax and the witches of the kingdom of Lancre must halt an infestation of faerie trash that brings the kingdom to its knees and disrupts the royal wedding. Prices in £GBP ( Prices updated. Grade Level: 3 and up. School & Library Binding: 48 pages. Publisher: Turtleback Books (October 1, 2001). Over 30 full-color photos and illustrations support this excellent study of where lions live. ISBN-13: 978-0613558662. Product Dimensions: . x . inches. Shipping Weight: 12 ounces. Categories: Books By Culture, French (France), KIDS BOOKS.

FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. A lion starts visiting the local library but runs into trouble as he tries to both obey the rules and help his librarian friend.

Comments:

Kirizius
One of my daughter's favorites. We checked this out of the library and she loves it so much we had to get out own copy. She frequently tells me this story even when we're not reading it...like at the dinner table. Nice illustrations. It's a longer story though...several paragraphs per page on most pages. Doesn't phase my 3 yr old but I know not everyone has that kind of attention span (and not every parent wants to spend 10 minutes per book at bedtime...lol). Sweet story about making new friends, helping others, and how sometimes it's ok to break the rules when you have a really good reason.
Beranyle
One day, a lion wandered into Miss Merriweather's library. He began sniffing around and soon found the story hour corner, where he proceeded to sit and listen to the story along with the children. He liked listening to the story, but he let out a loud roar when it was finished. This lead to a reprimand about no loud noises in the library. The next day, the lion was back and was more well-behaved. Soon, the lion had become a sort of library mascot, helping with such things as dusting the encyclopedias, licking envelopes, and serving as a pillow for the children during story time. All of this was to the dismay of circulation desk attendant Mr. McBee, who felt that the library was no place for a lion.

Later on, Miss Merriweather was shelving books with the lion when she slipped off of her stool and fell to the ground. The lion tried to help, but couldn't figure out what was wrong. He ran to Mr.McBee's office and roared as loud as he could to get his attention. Instead of seeing what was wrong, he scolded the lion and sent him out of the library. Mr. McBee went to Miss Merriweather's office to find her laying on the floor. Miss Merriweather got her arm fixed by the doctor, but the lion, dejected by Mr. McBee's yelling, once again left the library. Miss Merriweather became sad that the lion had stopped coming again. Mr. McBee sensed Miss Merriweather's sadness and went looking for the lion. He explained to the lion that he still shouldn't roar in the library except in case of an emergency. Happily, the lion came back to the library and everyone, including Mr. McBee, was happy that he did.

My daughter received this book as a Christmas gift and she loves it. The pictures are bright and detailed, and the story is interesting. Being a librarian myself, I can only imagine what I would think if a lion walked through my door. I only hope that if one did, he would be as nice and helpful as the one in this story.

I give this book my highest recommendation. It's easy to see why it has won various children's book awards. The message that it carries is a good one, too; sometimes, it is ok to break the rules.
Bliss
This delightful story starts off simply: "One day, a lion came to the library." No one is sure what to do, since there are no rules about lions and libraries. Nevertheless, the lion settles in nicely, once he agrees to follow the "no roaring" rule. He regularly attends the story hour, and helps Miss Merriweather, the librarian, by dusting the encyclopedias, licking the envelopes for overdue notices, and letting children stand on his back so they can reach books on the highest shelves.

One day, Miss Merriweather falls from a step stool and breaks her arm, and the lion must roar to bring help. The poor beast now thinks that since he has broken the rules, he'll no longer be welcome, but then finds out that sometimes there's a good reason to break the rules, even in the library.

Michelle Knudsen's gentle, sweet, funny story combines beautifully with Kevin Hawkes' expressive, animated, warm illustrations, to create a lovely, cozy tribute to libraries that shows children what a marvelous, comfortable, fun place the library can be. This book is a natural for story hours, and also an enjoyable tale for children who are just learning to read. This enchanting book is likely to be a children's classic for years to come.
Kefym
A lion wanders into a public library one day, and makes itself at home. When the lion displays some undesirable behavior, he is quickly reprimanded by the head librarian, Miss Merriweather. Soon, the now well-behaved lion forms a close bond with Miss Merriweather, helping her with her daily rituals of tidying the shelves, licking envelopes, etc. All is well, until an accident renders Miss Merriweather immobile and in need of help. Lion tries to get help, but grouchy Mr. McBee ignores him, and lion does the only thing he knows, "Roar!" which breaks one of the cardinal rules in the library. What will become of lion?

Well, the story moves along with some sad and poignant moments before a happy resolution. It is a gently told story of friendship, the joys of being in a library among books and friends, and of learning about rules. This is a charming tale that will appeal to readers of all ages, and the softly-tinted illustrations are a delight in themselves.
Justie
This is a wonderful book. I checked it out of our library, but didn't get a chance to read it to my granddaughter before I took it back. But, I sat down before returning it, and read it real quick. I cried, and cried.. all the way to the library and all the way home!! So I checked it out again a week later, so I could make sure to read it to Austyn. She liked the book, but she most enjoyed watching me cry through the whole thing!!! So I had to have it to keep for her - so one day, she can read it to her children and cry, just as I did!!
Ynye
When lion walks into the library, the first person he upsets is Mr. McBree at the circulation desk. Upon complaining about the lion to the the librarian, Miss Merriweather, Mr. McBree is was surprised to find that lion can stay as long as he follows the rules, "no running" and "be quite". Lion slowly becomes Miss Merriweather's helper and the children's reading companion. Luckily there is no rule to prevent having a lion in the library. When Mrs. Merriweather falls and gets hurt, Lion breaks the rules. What happens next demonstrates that sometimes it is OK to break the rules.

My grandchildren love to read about how lion saves the day and the endearing pastel illustrations make this book a treasured keeper.

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