A LION UNDER HER BED by Mark Hawkins

A LION UNDER HER BED

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Yes, there really is--a baby lioness that escaped from the zoo. Molly's not the least perturbed, her parents are totally incredulous (no one will even take a look), the lion's no trouble (after a pan of milk, she snuggles in bed with Molly), so the only point of this most unlikely happening is to demonstrate that ""grownups don't know everything!"" Youngsters will probably feel at a loss too in the absence of a sensibly fanciful, emotionally satisfying explanation.

Pub Date: Nov. 27th, 1979
Publisher: Holt, Rinehart & Winston