The Show-and-Tell Lion

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E-Book: <strong>The Show-and-Tell Lion</strong>
Author: <strong>Barbara Abercrombie, Lynne Avril</strong>
Rating: <strong>3.74 of 5 stars</strong><!–more–>
Format: <strong>Hardcover, 32 pages</strong>
Published: <strong>July 1st 2006 by Margaret K. McElderry Books (first published June 20th 2006)</strong>
Language: <strong>English</strong>
ISBN10: <strong>0689864086</strong>
ASIN: <strong>-</strong>
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