"Lev's boldly colored illustrations—resembling a child's version of the paintings of Lascaux—finely complement this unadorned tale, with his rendering of the lion cleverly telegraphing a change in the wind. (Picture book. 4-7)"
An uncluttered cautionary tale with roots in African folklore, in which a lion— mean-spirited, egocentric—gets his just deserts.
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