What If a... Could a Tiger Walk a Tightrope?
Written by Camilla de le Bedoyere
Illustrated by Aleksei Bitskoff
Lovereading4kids Price £7.99
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What If a... Could a Tiger Walk a Tightrope? by Camilla de le BedoyereCould a Tiger Walk a Tightrope? provides a fun and informative introduction into the life of a tiger. Have you ever wondered if a tiger would like to jump on a bouncy castle? By imagining animals in everyday scenarios, readers can learn about their size, diet and other features. Featuring superb illustrations and an engaging question and answer format, this title is extremely engaging and enjoybale. This series will be sure to keep young readers entertained whilst also helping them to understand and retain animal facts. The four titles in this series provide a fun introduction to four jungle animals: African elephant, saltwater crocodile, chimpanzee and a Bengal tiger.
-fiction for younger readers. Informative and fun
'This series from QED has an enjoyable and light-hearted format to which children will respond well. By imagining animals in everyday scenarios, readers can learn about their size, diet and other features. As well as answering the humorous questions, the book packs in plenty of facts. Featuring superb illustrations and an engaging question and answer format, this title is extremely engaging and enjoyable. And could a monkey waterski? Well, you'll have to buy the book to find out!'
'Humorously illustrated throughout, and with a map and facts at the end, this is a fun way to learn about animals. Each of the books in the series focuses on a particular jungle animal, so there is a lot to be learnt about each one.'
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Interest Age: From 4
Camilla de le Bedoyere
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22nd February 2016
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