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The author is very imaginative to make a wild lion friendly, also to make the police not believe Tom’s story because they usually believe people’s stories. We liked it when Tom and Claire tried to take a photo of the lion using meat as bait. It was very exciting when Tom woke with the lion’s paws on him. We also liked when they brought the lion to the school because all the pupils and teachers were scared, especially the bully Barry Parsons. Five stars because the book was adventurous, imaginative, exciting.
1 November 2017
This is a cool book I love it
If u haven’t read it u should its a classic I live it I would recommend it 7-13 it’s wonderfully cool it’s a nice descriptive book
My fav part is when his dad dose not believe him if u haven’t read it please start reading its a sad and wonderfull book
8 March 2014
14 May 2013
it is like the boy who cryed wolf be cause he did see the loin
1 May 2013
Tom’s Sausage Lion was really good because it was exciting, adventurous and funny!
16 July 2012
an amazing story.I really liked it.Really FUNNY to!!!!
7 March 2012
The title of this book was the thing that caught my attention. The sausage lion. I find the word ‘sausage’ really funny (weird, i know) and i love lions (hence the avatar!) * * * * *!
4 March 2012
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