You Can't Catch a Tiger by His Tale by Jean Bunton
  

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You Can't Catch a Tiger by His Tale by Jean Bunton

When Tiger swallows the television remote, he somehow finds himself trapped inside the TV! Every time someone pats his tummy, he's zapped to another channel. Tiger explores Africa alongside acclaimed broadcaster Sir Rufus Doberman, before joining a group of sniffer dogs on the Channel Two News! Eventually Tiger arrives on the set of a cookery contest. Will the judge approve of his unique concoctions? And how will he ever find his way back home?

About the Author

Jean Bunton is the author of more than thirty published books. These range from the children's books Hong Kong - Amazing Tales (1992) and Megan and the eBike (2003), to textbooks and pantomimes. Her musical, The Magic Jungle (2007) had its world premiere in Hong Kong, and is now represented by Origin Theatrical in Sydney and Theatrical Rights Worldwide in New York. Jean has a Doctorate in Creative Arts from the University of Western Sydney. Originally from London, Jean lived in Hong Kong for 23 years. She currently resides in Sydney with her husband, and Tiger, of course.

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Format

Paperback
57 pages

Author

Jean Bunton
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Publisher

Austin Macauley Publishers

Publication date

30th November 2015

ISBN

9781784556631


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