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The Storytime: The Lion Who Lost His Roar but Learnt to Draw

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Lionel thinks drawing is boring, all he wants to do is 'RRROAR' at everyone! Find out what happens when he loses his voice, will Lionel discover a hidden talent? This beautifuly illustrated book teaches children that they have undiscovered talents and encourages them to try something new. A sweet story that is sure to become a bedtime favourite. Introducing various different jungle animals whilst also introducing adjectives, this book is perfect for any young animal lover. QED's popular Storytime series are charming books that combine colourful illustrations with heartwarming narrative, each with its own unique message for young children. The series is ever expanding and now comprises 36 titles.

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9th August '16
I read it to AvaW aged 3 aged 3
The Storytime: The Lion Who Lost His Roar but Learnt to Draw 9781781716625
5 stars
My daughter picked this book from the library herself. The front cover has lots of animals on,and she loves animals. Lionel the lion cub loved to roar at everyone, but one day he loses his voice, so instead of roaring he draws to keep himself entertained. Its a lovely story suitable for toddlers/young children great length, bright and colourful illustrations, and my daughter enjoyed telling me the names of the jungle animals on each page, and she even learnt some new ones. Lionel ended up being good at roaring and drawing, even though he didn't think at first that he would find drawing fun. I liked that at the back of the book it had next steps, of things to discuss with children, such as what they think of drawing/ what they like to draw, and asks for them to draw their favourite animal, etc
9th July '17
I read it to FreddyBoggis aged 5 aged 5
The Storytime: The Lion Who Lost His Roar but Learnt to Draw 9781781716625
5 stars
My little boy loves this book, it's about a little lion who keeps roaring too loudly. One day he wakes with a sore throats and can't roar. He has to draw so the other animals knows what he wants. But he finds he's very good. A fun story with nice illustrations.
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About Paula Knight

PAULA KNIGHT is an author, illustrator and comics creator. She took up illustration in 1993 and has built up a portfolio of over 60 books. In more recent years Paula has taken her hand to writing and is an emerging talent. She currently resides in Bristol, England. DANIEL HOWARTH has illustrated a number of successful children's books, charming young audi...

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About Daniel Howarth

Daniel Howarth is a freelance graphic designer and illustrator. He has illustrated a number of children's picture books for Little Tiger Press and Ladybird. He lives near Exeter, with his wife and family, and works from his garden studio.

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