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How to Hide a Lion at Christmas

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Iris and her lion go everywhere together.

But when
Christmas comes and the family are going away, Mum says the lion
must stay behind. After all, you can't take a lion on a train.
Luckily
the lion has other ideas. He sets off on a festive,
snowy adventure to find Iris - and almost bumps into Father Christmas!
The fourth irresistible book about Iris and her lion
is destined to be a Christmas classic.

How to Hide a Lion at Christmas Reviews | Toppsta

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About Helen Stephens

Helen Stephens is the award winning illustrator of How to Hide a Lion, Fleabag and The Night Iceberg (Alison Green Books). Known for her line work and bright and instantly recognisable illustrations, Helen has both collaborated with authors (Sophie Hannah, Roger McGough and Michael Morpurgo) and written and illustrated her own picture books including The Big

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Helen Stephens is the award winning illustrator of How to Hide a Lion, Fleabag and The Night Iceberg (Alison Green Books). Known for her line work and bright and instantly recognisable illustrations, Helen has both collaborated with authors (Sophie Hannah, Roger McGough and Michael Morpurgo) and written and illustrated her own picture books including The Big

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