National Geographic Kids Mission: Tiger Rescue: All About Tigers and How to Save Them (NG Kids Mission: Animal Rescue) by Kitson Jazynka
Publisher: National Geographic Kids
Saving our planet's most endangered and threatened creatures is the mission of this new, dynamic series from National Geographic that features an amazing narrative for each animal, plus an exciting layered design highlighting beautiful photography and amazing true stories of adventure with animals. A portion of the proceeds goes to support activities or research that will help save that animal. Simultaneous.
T Is for Tiger: A Toddler's First Book of Animals by Laura Watkins
Publisher: Zephyros Press
"What could be more fun than learning about the alphabet and all sorts of amazing animals at the same time? T Is for Tiger goes beyond other animal books for toddlers and introduces your little one to letters in an easy and enjoyable format with colorful illustrations and plenty of critters they0́9ll never forget."--Provided by publisher.
Daniel Goes to School (Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood) by Becky Friedman
Publisher: Simon Spotlight
A back-to-school story for young fans finds an eager Daniel Tiger spending time with his teacher and classmates while reassuring himself that his father will come back for him at the end of the day. Original. TV tie-in.
"From tiger fierce to snail slow, there are lots of ways to feel and be. A walk through the menagerie of Tiger Days helps young readers see all the feelings they have and the ways those feelings change. Through playful rhymes and colorful illustrations, this spirited book gives children new tools to understand the range of their emotions and express themselves to family, teachers, friends, and themselves. Tiger Days was written by M.H. Clark, bestselling author of You Belong Here and Tiny, Perfect Things."
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