She liked how smart the main character was, how kind the lion tamer was, and that the characters made good choices.
My reluctant reader loved this book. He doesn’t usually get excited about books, but this story drew him in and he couldn’t put it down.
My son loved this book! He is reading at a level three, but really wanted to try this book. It was a little harder for him, so we took turns reading every other page and that worked perfect. It was a cute story while teaching the importance of being responsible.
It was cool according to my 9 and 10 year old boys!
Our family recently finished reading Lions In The Barn by Virginia Voight and it was such a great story! Our youngest son has had a love a fascination for big cats, for many years, now, and he has shared that love with us all! This story showed us all the grandeur of these amazing animals and it taught us about the patience, diligence and quick thinking needed to keep them and everyone around them, safe! With beautiful, descriptive words, this story came to life for us and immediately became the highlight of our bedtime routine! Our kiddos range in age from 15 down to 6 and everyone loved hearing it read aloud!
“Most Daring Animal Trainer in the World,” the sign reads, and Sr. Dobbinelli is in need of a good, stout winter barn for his circus animals. Clay and his family have just the barn in Connecticut, but do they have what it takes to care for lions and tigers?
In this delightful tale of adventure and family life on the farm, Clay is in for some lessons on responsibility and wild animal training.
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