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The Lion Who Stole My Arm by Nicola Davies

 How would you like it if a lion stole your arm? Well, a boy named Pedru had his arm stolen by a lion in an nighttime attack. Pedru wants to avenge this lion who stole his arm. But he’s going to need some help. Pedrus dad is the best hunter in the village! Pedru asks his dad to help him hunt, he says yes! They’re going to need some gear so they grab spears and set out the next day. Soon they have come across many lions but they are looking for one in particular. They hide in lots of places to try to hunt down the lion who stole Pedru’s arm. But will they find the lion? Read to find out. Reviewed by: Paige M.

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