Hello, Orange Tiger

Publisher: Scholastic

Can you feel brown monkey’s tail as he swings in the tree? Or the lion’s mane as he sits in the shade with his cub? Where might you find a purple butterfly? And what colour is the turtle swimming in the cold, clean water?

In all, 11 animals inhabit the pages of this deceptively simple board book. Rhyming text will have youngsters eagerly anticipating what comes next as die-cut shapes, ideal for little fingers to explore, highlight one aspect of each animal’s appearance.

Colour identification and discreet information about habitat and animal characteristics are included in a way that feels entirely natural and will extend the appeal of this bright, vibrant book for the very young.

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