Lockdown Luke by Linda (Lulu) Fellowes


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This rhyming picture book is the reallife , rags to riches story of Luke, the circus lion

Lukes story begins in the Ukraine, an unlikely home for a lion. Sold as a cub to a circus, Luke was kept in particularly squalid, cruel conditions and forced to perform in the Big Top, until one day he put his furry foot downLucky for Luke, cats have nine lives and wildlife warriors like Lionel the lionhearted existJoin Luke on his long journey to freedom..

This is the seventh book in the series, all revolving around rescue and conservation. Lulu believes children should grow up with conservation in their bones


Soft cover, 24 pages

Published: (2020)

Book Measures: 25 x 21cm

Age Range: 3 – 7 years


This inspirational story tells how a man called Lionel fought to rescue a lion called Luke in an amazing adventure that see them both battle to get home. Lockdown Luke is a must read for animal lovers, young and old.Richard Ashmore, Magnus News Agency, UK 

An endearing tale of one lions longing to be home and one mans journey to help get him there. Lockdown Luke holds many life lessons for young and old. A beautiful read.” Jade Otto, Editor, Jellybean Journal, Weekend Argus Lite 



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Weight 1.0 kg
Dimensions 25 × 21 cm
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Seven unforgettable tales about love, understanding and conservation. Conservation of endangered species has never been more pressing. In these delightful tales with a strong message, children learn about precious creatures under threat and what makes them special. Each of us, no matter how small, can make a big difference. Join us for these wonderful adventures under African skies.

About the Author:

Linda Fellowes is a storyteller based in Cape Town, with a heart for animals and wanted to write books for a younger audience so that they could understand what was happening to animals. She has tackled the penguins that were hurt in the oil spill, sharks, a crazy baboon named Eric, and her latest offering is Ithemba (meaning hope) the Rhino, to tell about the plight of the rhinoceros that are currently being hunted so viciously in our country. She loves living by the sea. “I love writing books for this age group [between three and seven tears old] because you get to educate both the parent and the child in one go,” Fellowes said.  “Children are sponges at this age and it is wonderful to be able to instil in them a love of conservation and wildlife.”