The Easter Liger: His Father Was a Lion, His Mother Was a Tiger! (Larry the Liger) (英語) ペーパーバック – 2016/2/22
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Meet Larry the Liger - his father was a lion, his mother was a tiger! Larry is now well settled in his home with the zookeeper, the zookeeper's wife and Chloe the cat. One day he makes a new friend in the garden and finds himself racing to the rescue of an animal with two long ears, a twitchy nose with long whiskers, and a brown body with a fluffy, white tail on it. Can Larry help the Easter Bunny and make sure all the children get their Easter eggs? Join Larry in his latest adventures amidst the Easter Markets of Prague. This is the third book in the Larry the Liger Series; recommended to be read to children from 2 to 8 years old and by children of 6 to 12 years old, who can read alone.
Rachael Phillipsis a freelance writer in Indiana. Married with three children, she has writtenfour previous Heroes of the Faith books. She has authored a novel, biographies, and co-authored a women's reference guide and novella collections, al for Barbour Publishing. Visit her website at www.rachelwrites.com.
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Told in a very English voice, the adventure begins with Larry meeting an unusual animal with long ears and a white fluffy tail that he had spied hiding in a hedge. He learns that his new friend, Rory, is called a rabbit and is an escapee from the Easter Market Farmyard, where loud children covered in sticky chocolate pick him up and pet him, dirtying with his beautiful, soft fur. Larry is justly horrified. When Rory is captured and returned to the dreadful Easter Market Farmyard, Larry plots a rescue.
This is a perfect book to read with a young child, as I'm sure the other Larry the Liger books are, too. In fact, as I was reading this story-- wearing that big smile-- I'd stop periodically to share funny excerpts with my family. Though it is a charming tale (did I mention it's charming?), like any quality children's literature, there is a lesson. In this particular story, the lesson is tolerance and appreciating the differences between us all.
Goes without saying, I highly recommend Larry the Liger. This series will be a great addition to your child's bookshelf.