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Tiger is a small, strong, and stripy cub. He lives with his mother and sisters in a forest in India. Through this gentle and lovingly illustrated picture book, children can enter a young tiger’s world and watch him grow. As a little cub, he plays happily with his sisters, tumbling and pouncing in the grass, and recognizes every sight, sound, and smell of his jungle home. G ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published March 1st 2007 by Boxer Books
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The Library Lady
Sep 15, 2007 The Library Lady rated it really liked it
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Glorious pictures by Manya Stojic and a gentle but factual text combine to tell the story of how a tiger grows from an adorable cub into a magnificent adult out on his own. There is nothing anthromorphic going on here--this is non-fiction, but it is told so well that it is being classed as a picture book.
Adrienne Furness
Aug 14, 2007 Adrienne Furness rated it really liked it
A lot of picture books try to present a story and facts about the natural world all at the same time, but this book does it better than most. I particularly like the way Blackford includes a factual preface about tigers (as opposed to a note at the end) and Stojic's lovely illustrations.
Tiffany
Aug 02, 2010 Tiffany added it
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I like this story because it reads like nonfiction. Everything in the story could actually happen in real like. The tiger does not talk or anything. It is a practical book to give kids an idea of what tigers are really like in a way that is not boring for them.
Zonia
Apr 13, 2009 Zonia rated it really liked it
Shelves: read-school
Beautifully illustrated nonfiction book about a tiger's growth and finding their own place in the jungle. Lots of good facts.
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