Tiger's Story



[Reading] ➾ Tiger's Story By Harriet Blackford – E17streets4all.co.uk 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 a 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 Gradually, he learns how to hunt for himself, and begins to explore the nearby hills, streams, and paths for days at a time Eventually, he s ready to leave his family and find his own place in the forest Rich, dramatic illustrations and an introduction filled with tiger facts teach children about this rapidly disappearing species.Tiger's Story

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  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Tiger's Story
  • Harriet Blackford
  • English
  • 07 September 2019
  • 190541739X

10 thoughts on “Tiger's Story

  1. says:

    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.

  2. says:

    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.

  3. says:

    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.

  4. says:

    A non fiction book that reads like a story book with fantastic illustrations, this tells the story of a young tiger growing up with his mother and siblings, then moving off to live on his own It could easily be used in story time to teach a little about tigers in the wild.

  5. says:

    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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