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


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

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.


'A lovely addition to any nursery library and great value for further learning opportunities.'

'This lively text is full of adjectives to help children enjoy new words - see if you can encourage them to use even more by describing the vibrant pictures. A good way to show children that we all have undiscovered talents.'

'This humorous story encourages socialisation in a subtle, engaging text filled with colourful and active illustrations.'

About the Author

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 audiences with his mesmerising artwork. He lives with his wife, two children and beloved dogs, ducks and chickens in a cottage in Devon.

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24 pages
Interest Age: From 4


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Publication date

8th September 2014



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