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A Lion in the Night by Pamela Allen
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A Lion in the Night

by Pamela Allen

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K-2. A lion stole a baby from a castle in which a king and queen lived. A sequence of events occurs in order for everyone in the castle to save the baby. The lion eventually returns the baby and then disappers because it is only a dream.
  aengle | Feb 7, 2009 |
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A baby makes a wish which results in a merry chase by the castle residents across fields, forests, oceans and mountains after a huge lion.

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