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Fox the Tiger by Corey R. Tabor
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Summary: Tiger really wants to be a fox - they're cool, big, and fast! So he has an idea that will make him look and seem like a fox. As he presents himself as a fox to his friends, one by one they also start to want to be someone else, until something makes tiger realize he is pretty cool just the way he is.

Citation: Tabor, C. (2018). Fox the Tiger. New York, NY: Balzer+Bray/Harper Collins.

Opening moves: "Have you ever wanted to be someone or something else? Whom did you want to be? When I was little, I wanted to be a cat, and sit in the sun all morning long! In our next award-winning read-aloud, Tiger really wants to be a fox! Why do you think he may want to be a fox? Look at the cover, and chat with your elbow-partner and try and guess how he does this."

Opening moves used:
- Invites personal connection
- Shares personal connection
- Makes predictions
- Draws attention to the cover

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June 4, 2019 – Shelved

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