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By Ella Kennen, B. November Lyons

ISBN-10: 1933767294

ISBN-13: 9781933767291

Bored with interpreting an analogous bedtime tales over and over? Time for whatever a bit new, a bit out of this international? Welcome to outstanding stories the place vintage bedtime stories were reimagined for our glossy (and past) occasions. Snuggle up along with your friend, and obtain this selection of futuristic bedtime classics at the present time!

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He got terribly hungry. Well, one day when he was raging with hunger, they let him out of the cage. He trotted out into a big open space surrounded by a lot of people shouting and cheering. He looked around and there were three other lions like him, all looking very hungry and very mad. Then, in the distance, they saw four men, and each lion began to rush at a man to eat him. So this lion reached his man first, and he was about to spring on him when he saw that it was his old friend who had helped him get rid of the piece of wood out of his paw.

The teacher turned and jumped on the table, and that boy Good Boongko put another rat on one end of the table, and upon this the teacher turned and ran out of the room altogether. There was a terrible uproar; some of the kids were frightened, but others were laughing, and then the head teacher came in and asked what was going on. Of course, when the head teacher came in, everyone was very quiet. The teacher stood behind the head teacher, looking very nervous and wiping his face with his handkerchief.

Said Bad Boo-boo-loo, and Leo the Lion began to look rather angry. Then Nicholas the Worker intervened. ” said Bad Boo-boo-loo. Nicholas the Worker said, “I will tell you, you impertinent young scoundrel. Many hundreds of years ago,” continued Nicholas, “the Romans used to catch animals and starve them, and then they all used to gather on a big day and let loose the animals on men they did not like, and have a lot of fun watching the animals eat them. The Romans were very cruel people. The big open space that Leo the Lion referred to was called an arena, and round about the arena the Romans had a lot of seats in a huge stand.

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