In How To Be a Lion, with the help of his friend Marianne, Leonard does something different: he writes a poem to read to his fellow lions:
“I’ll say this quietly,
I needn’t roar to be heard,
I can be a friend to a bee or a bird.
You said I must change,
I must chomp Marianne,
but chomping your friends is a terrible plan.
Let nobody say just one way is true.
There are so many ways that you can be you.
If there must be a must,
then this we must try . . .
Why don’t you, be you . . .
And I, will be I.”
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