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by Jeremy Tankard,David LaRochelle




Kids and parents alike will rejoice in this lively read-aloud picture book, as the main character runs into (and away from) a tiger over and over again as the plot gets sillier and sillier. Perfect for acting out while reading, It's a Tiger! offers just the right amount of excitement without being too scary, and a sweet ending with a bit of a twist.
Download It's a Tiger! epub
ISBN: 0811869253
ISBN13: 978-0811869256
Category: Children
Subcategory: Animals
Author: Jeremy Tankard,David LaRochelle
Language: English
Publisher: Chronicle Books (August 1, 2012)
Pages: 36 pages
ePUB size: 1334 kb
FB2 size: 1361 kb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 999
Other Formats: mbr mobi lit txt

Ffel
My daughter is almost 2, and we got this book as a gift. I think my daughter learned to walk JUST so she could find this book, smack me with it and make me read. She has always wanted to read this book, to the point I had to hide it just so I could read something else.

Some of my daughter's first words came from this book. The repetitive "It's a tiger!" is her favorite part, with the word "tiger" being one of her first words! The illustrations are well done, and the pages large and colorful. We still read this book, as we can go through to identify and find things hidden in the jungle, and I'll often grab this book to work on colors (blue snakes vs green snakes).

This book is still my daughters favorite, to the point I bought 2 more just to have around for baby-shower gifts! She unfortunately loved her copy to death, and there's more packing tape holding it together than anything else. She is not gentle. Highly recommend!
Oppebro
This is such a great book. The author, David LaRochelle, also has a wonderful book about nasty green beans. Additional, "It's A TIGER!" has wonderful art. We have three children (ages 1-6) who love the book. We've bought five copies to give to friends who are having baby showers and birthday parties and will likely purchase more.

It's so important to read to our children every night. This book makes it pleasant for parents too!
Mr.mclav
My granddaughter (21 mos.) was coming to visit, so we stopped at our local public library for about 10 books to read during her stay. The only one she wanted to read over and over again was "It's a Tiger!". We returned the books to the library afterwards. As her 2nd birthday was approaching, my daughter said "no more toys ~she has enough!" but maybe get her that "Tiger" book. I didn't have the exact title or author's name, but looking through my recycling I found the library receipt. I was so thankful - I found the correct title and called the library to get the author's name. She opened the book today and squealed with delight. She is able to repeat several of the words and the artwork is delightful. It is destined to be one of her favorite books and according to our local newspaper, the author just won another literary book award!
Tall
This is my children's (4 &5) and my husband and I's favorite bedtime story! The phrase "it's a tiger" is repeated throughout the story and the kids caught onto that quick and LOVE saying out loud with us. This book is not only fun for them but it is really fun to read as it easily builds suspense for little ones. SO MUCH FUN!
Hanelynai
Very cute story about a boy and a tiger. My son really enjoyed the book over and over again. The illustrations are colorful and bright and there is lots to see on each page. Highly recommend. Also if you Google search the book you can find a fun activity that goes along with it. It has instructions on how to make your own tiger would of a paper bag and has print outs that you can color in. Lots of fun for a rainy afternoon!
Malaunitly
I teach, and the preschoolers in my class love this book. Not only do they actively participate in acting it out when I read it, but they have started saying "wait a minute!" in other situations due to the lines in the story.
Zugar
My son loves this book, I get some serious laughs out of him with nearly every "its a tiger!" page. Its all about the WAY you portray the story, but having a good foundation story helps!

First book my kiddo learned to "read" (memorized) back to me.

Illustrations are great - very bright and animated.
Bought this over a year ago and it’s still one of my sons favorites! Highly recommend! It’s fun and interactive story