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The Great Lion Escape
by Patrick Hulce

Overview


The Great Lion Escape is a delightful, lyrical children's book about two lions who are forced to flee their home in search of a better life. The story explains how these two lions cross the great Iron Mountain and overcome Boris the Bear to arrive at the peaceful plains beyond. Inspired by the true story of two Hungarian refugees who escaped the Soviet Union and crossed the Iron Curtain to start a new life in America, The Great Lion Escape is a tale of two lions' harrowing journey out of challenging circumstances, the challenges of immigration, and the benefits of perseverance. Purchases of this book support the Bardos Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to the support of immigrants and refugees in the United States.
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Description


The Great Lion Escape is a delightful, lyrical children's book about two lions who are forced to flee their home in search of a better life. The story explains how these two lions cross the great Iron Mountain and overcome Boris the Bear to arrive at the peaceful plains beyond. Inspired by the true story of two Hungarian refugees who escaped the Soviet Union and crossed the Iron Curtain to start a new life in America, The Great Lion Escape is a tale of two lions' harrowing journey out of challenging circumstances, the challenges of immigration, and the benefits of perseverance. Purchases of this book support the Bardos Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to the support of immigrants and refugees in the United States.
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About the author


Patrick Hulce is a software engineer, entrepreneur, and proud father of two. Patrick is the founder of the Bardos Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to supporting immigrants in the United States, and the grandson of Denes and Agota Bardos, two Hungarian refugees who escaped the Soviet Union whose lives have inspired his works.
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Book details

Genre:JUVENILE FICTION

Subgenre:Social Issues / Emigration & Immigration

Language:English

Pages:24

Hardcover ISBN:9781667878805


Overview


The Great Lion Escape is a delightful, lyrical children's book about two lions who are forced to flee their home in search of a better life. The story explains how these two lions cross the great Iron Mountain and overcome Boris the Bear to arrive at the peaceful plains beyond. Inspired by the true story of two Hungarian refugees who escaped the Soviet Union and crossed the Iron Curtain to start a new life in America, The Great Lion Escape is a tale of two lions' harrowing journey out of challenging circumstances, the challenges of immigration, and the benefits of perseverance. Purchases of this book support the Bardos Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to the support of immigrants and refugees in the United States.

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Description


The Great Lion Escape is a delightful, lyrical children's book about two lions who are forced to flee their home in search of a better life. The story explains how these two lions cross the great Iron Mountain and overcome Boris the Bear to arrive at the peaceful plains beyond. Inspired by the true story of two Hungarian refugees who escaped the Soviet Union and crossed the Iron Curtain to start a new life in America, The Great Lion Escape is a tale of two lions' harrowing journey out of challenging circumstances, the challenges of immigration, and the benefits of perseverance. Purchases of this book support the Bardos Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to the support of immigrants and refugees in the United States.

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About the author


Patrick Hulce is a software engineer, entrepreneur, and proud father of two. Patrick is the founder of the Bardos Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to supporting immigrants in the United States, and the grandson of Denes and Agota Bardos, two Hungarian refugees who escaped the Soviet Union whose lives have inspired his works.
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