Christian the Lion: My Story of How I Learned to Be Wild



Christian the Lion: My Story of How I Learned to Be Wild

It has been a busy year for Ace Bourke, co author of A Lion Called Christian, who graduated with a Masters of Arts from the University of Wollongong this week.His MA R , titled Family Footprints Tracing the Past in the Present through Curatorial Autobiographical Practice, examines a new form of autobiographical curatorship that evolved from three major museum exhibitions he has staged over the last few years which have synthesised, to various degrees, Australian foundational narratives, an Aboriginal perspective, and his own family colonial history, which includes Governors Bourke and King.

[BOOKS] ⚣ Christian the Lion: My Story of How I Learned to Be Wild By Anthony Bourke – Mauritiusholidayvillas.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 26 pages
  • Christian the Lion: My Story of How I Learned to Be Wild
  • Anthony Bourke
  • English
  • 01 October 2017
  • 1862309868

10 thoughts on “Christian the Lion: My Story of How I Learned to Be Wild

  1. says:

    Grades K 3 Based on the true story of Christian A lion is born in captivity and lives in a furniture store until 2 actors from Born Free meet him and decide the lion would be better off wild He is taken to Africa and given a pride Years later the original owners return Story written from Christian the Lion s point of view with fact boxes Real photos of the lion and owners Feel like this book would have been better executed in first person using illustrations I wantedbackground an Grades K 3 Based on the true story of Christian A lion is born in captivity and lives in a furniture store until 2 actors from Born Free meet him and decide the lion would be better off wild He is taken to Africa and given a pride Years later the original owners return Story written from Christian the Lion s point of view with fact boxes Real photos of the lion and owners Feel like this book would have been better executed in first person using illustrations I wantedbackground and details about lions and the process of actually assimilating into the wild Lion facts, etc

  2. says:

    The kids liked this one, but I had trouble getting past THEY LET THE LION ROAM FREE IN THEIR STORE I got anxious and angry just thinking about it, so the book was lost on me.

  3. says:

    A lovely story about the relationship between humans and animals I think the kids will really enjoy this as it is something totally different to what most of them read.

  4. says:

    Lovely pictures and a sweet, simple story telling style.

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