Tiger

(4 reviews with an average rating of 4 out of 5)

Publisher: HarperCollins

Review

Tiger may look like a small, stripy kitten, but in his imagination he is as big and powerful as his namesake. He manages to jump up high and quietly creep, just like a real tiger, but he is still easily scared by the slightest noise and can't quite resist a ball of wool.

However, there is one thing that kittens and tigers can both do as well as each other, which is revealed on the very last page…

Nick Butterworth returns with this adorable kitten, last seen at the end of his Nestle Prize winning The Whisperer. Lively, witty illustrations make Tiger a book that is certain to delight young children and their parents alike.

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