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Children's classic The Lion's Paw is republished.

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The Lion's Paw by children's novelist Robb White is back in print, having been republished by the author's family at its own publishing company, AW INK Inc.

White wrote for children in a career spanning forty years starting with The Nubin in 1935 through to his last work Fire Storm which was published in 1979. He also wrote for the television series Perry Mason and screenplays such as House On Haunted Hill, Thirt13en Ghosts and The Tingler in collaboration with horror film producer William Castle.

According to Literal Media, the hardcover edition of The Lion's Paw, which was set during World War 11, was originally published in 1946 by Doubleday and a paperback edition was released in 1954 by Scholastic. However it has been out of print for a number of years and rare copies have been sold on websites such as eBay and Alibris. It has also been included in Bookfinder.com's Top 10 Most Sought After Out-of-Print Books every year.

AW INK's new hardcover edition of The Lion's Paw, which includes the original illustrations by Ralph Ray, is available at the company's website http://www.thelionspaw.org as well as from Ingram and various bookstores.
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