Tiger on a Tree
Tara Publishing, 1997 - Children's poetry, Indic (English) - 35 pages
Tiger, tiger on a treeIs it true? Can it be?Did he fly? Did he flee?Did he fall and hurt his knee?Did he cry? Did he plead?If you want to know,Read.An award-winning combination of black, orange and whimsical poetry, this is the tale of a wild tiger cub that wanders into an Indian village. The art, verse and typography run and bounce off the page, drawing both the curious child and the quizzical adult into the book's ever-surprising world.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - sschreur - LibraryThing
Sparse, uninteresting text combined with unappealing, blurred illustrations make this book a real flop. There is no real plot or interest to be had anywhere in this tiny book. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - raizel - LibraryThing
When a tiger wanders into a populated area, the men who catch it then have to decide what to do. The pages are arranged so the reader or listeners can also discuss this and vote as the men do. This is ... Read full review