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The Leopine and The Kumeer-bookcover

By: Chris Peedell

The Leopine and The Kumeer

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In a distant far off country in The Used to Be Wild West, there is a ruler called The Kumeer. Not a particularly nice person, he shouts a lot, he doesn’t consider the people who work for him and he is generally disliked by his subjects.

One day he meets a Leopine. A ferocious-looking animal, with a heart of gold and very concerned about right and wrong. He confronts the Kumeer and threatens to do all sorts of nasty things to him if he doesn’t change his ways. The Kumeer, so scared of the Leopine, immediately becomes a caring considerate ruler, and finds out, surprisingly, that he much prefers his new way of life to his previous one. A story that shows that all people deserve consideration and respect no matter who, or what they are.

Born in Mortimer, Berkshire, the author was educated locally and did Teacher Training at Leeds and Carnegie College. He taught for nine years in the UK: High Wycombe, Stourbridge and Birmingham. Chris was Head of History and P.E. at Markham College Lima Peru and later taught in Argentina, Libya, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Melilla, Peru 2nd time, Libya, 2nd time, and on a Bi-lingual project in Spain for the Spanish Ministry of Education. The author is married, his wife Maggi is an Infant teacher, and his three sons are all working with young people in vulnerable situations. Chris is retired but still active in education.

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