Emily (16), Travers (10), Angus (9), Maisie (7) and Oakley (1) lived in an idyllic 300-year-old cottage in the Cotswolds. They attended the local school, watched TV and did all the things English middle-class children do. Then, in 1995, their biologist mother seized the opportunity to study lions in Botswana and, in the space of 3 months, changed the family¿s lives forever. Within 24 hours of landing in Gaborone they were travelling to their new home at Maun in the Okavango Delta, one of the most beautiful wildernesses on earth. Weeks after arriving, the children had made home in an old mission house full of stray dogs and were learning to fetch fresh water, dig a toilet and which creepy crawlies could kill you and which couldn't. Their classroom was an open hut and free days were spent in a Land Rover tracking prides of lions across hundreds of miles of bush. The Lion Children is an extraordinary life-enhancing story about the joy of childhood and living in an environment as different as it can be. But above all it is about the lions, who we get to know through the eyes of the children themselves. This story will capture the public¿s heart and imagination. It is illustrated with the children¿s own drawings and photographs taken over the 5 years.About the Author:
The children's father is TV and film actor Ian McNeice, whose films include Ace Ventura, When Nature Calls, A life Less Ordinary and Funny Bones and many TV series including Longitude, Dune, David Copperfield and Hornblower. Their mother Kate is one of the world's leading researchers in lion behaviour. The children's Father is Ian McNeice the TV and film actor. He has appeared in major Hollywood films including Ace Ventural When Nature Calls, A life Less Ordinary and Funny Bones and many TV series including Londitude, Dune, David Copperfeild and Hornblower. Their mother Kate is an ex actress who is now one of the world's leading researchers in lion behaviour.
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Descripción Orion, 2001. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 0752841602
Descripción Orion, 2001. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110752841602