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How True, Zazu?
How True Zazu
Attribution Information
Author

Leslie McGuire

Illustrator

   Laureen Burger Brooks
   Rachelle Campbell
   David Pacheco
   Denise Shimabukuro

Publication Information
Publisher

Grolier Books

Collection

The Lion King: Six New Adventures

Published

1994

ISBN-10

0717283496

ISBN-13

978-0717283491

Pages

56

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Oh, it's that nosy Zazu. It's terrible the way he reports everything we do to Mufasa.
Nzee[src]

How True, Zazu? is a book inspired by The Lion King. It was published by Grolier Books in 1994 as the sixth book in The Lion King: Six New Adventures.

Synopsis

Zazu tells Simba and Nala's son, Kopa, stories about his younger days, one of which involves a valuable lesson about spreading gossip. When Zazu was younger, he reported everything to Mufasa, even personal business among the animals, which sparked anger and resentment from the Pridelanders.

Intent on getting their revenge, a group of young animals began to feed lies to Zazu, who in turn told Mufasa. After numerous lies, Mufasa began to distrust Zazu. However, the hornbill later regains his trust when he reports an army ant attack on the Pride Lands and helps to save the land.

After this instance, the young animals are ashamed, and both they and Zazu learn their respective lessons in telling lies and spreading gossip.

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