Home For A Tiger, Home For A Bear by Brenda Williams

Home For A Tiger, Home For A Bear

Written by Brenda Williams

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This is a double delight for this is both an absolutely stunning picture book as well as being a wonderful story of animals and their habitats. Travelling around the world in rhyme you’ll meet all sorts of creatures swinging in trees, burrowing underground and spinning a web. It’s not often a picture book is also perfect for the 5-7 year old market as well as toddlers but this one is just that for at the end of the book you’ll find some brilliant facts, simply told about many of the different habitats you find in the world. It’s essential for the nursery bookshelf, both for sharing with parents and for reading alone.


Home For A Tiger, Home For A Bear by Brenda Williams

Do you know where elephants live? Or where a koala makes its home? This book helps children learn about a wide variety of creatures and where they live. It includes endnotes on animals, spiders, and habitats.

About the Author

Brenda Williams

Brenda Williams is a contributor to many well-known children’s poetry anthologies, and writes poems, action rhymes, short stories, and articles for early years magazines and books. She recently completed an A.B.C. frieze, with activities to support The National Literacy Hour Reception / Foundation stage, for ‘Practical Pre-school’ and she is the author of several teacher’s resource books.

Brenda is a former teacher and early years specialist. She is married with five grandchildren, and loves walking with her big friendly black Labrador over the Wiltshire downs.

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Barefoot Books Ltd

Publication date

1st March 2007




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