Mr Tiger Goes Wild by Peter Brown
  

Synopsis

Mr Tiger Goes Wild by Peter Brown

Are you bored with being sensible? Do you want to have more fun? Mr. Tiger knows exactly how you feel. Fed up with tea parties, top hats and talking about the weather, he astounds his friends when he decides to go...WILD. But does he go too far? After all, the wilderness can get pretty lonely. Mr Tiger Goes Wild is a beautifully illustrated and brilliantly funny book from Caldecott Honor-winning artist Peter Brown that shows that there's a time and place for everything...even going wild. Peter Brown is also the creator of many other books including the fantastically funny My Teacher is a Monster! (No, I Am Not).

Reviews

Funky, funny and beautiful, this is an irresistible addition to every wild child's bookshelf The Times This is the first picture book we've read in ages where I've thought to myself that it is a modern classic and I absolutely must make sure I keep it for my grandchildren. This is a truly charming book. beingamummy.co.uk The book is most assuredly an excellent starting point for discussions relating to being yourself, difference/divergence and acceptance for children in primary and even secondary schools. jillrbennett.wordpress.com Although short on words, the glorious India ink and watercolour illustrations make this an enjoyable read. -- Children's Book of the Week Stourbridgenews.co.uk Author Peter Brown takes us along Mr Tiger's journey into the wilderness but the question is, will he be too lonely out here alone? Your Cotswold Family We all LOVE this book - it is beautifully written, very simplistic in style but just wonderful... Mr Tiger is a great protagonist and his 'journey

. -- Family Review Guardian Children's Books Website Utterly charming Metro This is an inspired book that is exquisitely illustrated and can easily lead to a discussion about being yourself and acceptance. Guardian Stylish and clever Bookseller Children and adults alike will be entertained as they read this appealing and heartwarming book Scotsman picture book of the year New Statesman

About the Author

Peter Brown is the author and illustrator of many bestselling children's books, including the fabulously funny Mr Tiger Goes Wild. He has won a Caldecott Honor and a New York Times Best Illustrated Children's Book award. Peter lives in New York.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
48 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Peter Brown
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Author's Website

www.peterbrownstudio.com

Publisher

Two Hoots an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Publication date

20th April 2017

ISBN

9781509848232

Publisher Profile

Two Hoots an imprint of Pan Macmillan is an imprint of Two Hoots

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