The Tiger Who Was Angry by Rachel Elliot
  

The Tiger Who Was Angry

Written by Rachel Elliot
Illustrated by John Bendall-Brunello
Part of the When I Was... Series

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Synopsis

The Tiger Who Was Angry by Rachel Elliot

Illustrated stories cover four important feelings (happiness, sadness, fear, and anger) with a gentle and sweet approach. A happy hippo, an angry tiger, a sad zebra, and a scared elephant allow young children to understand and learn to cope with these emotions.

About the Author

Rachel Elliot was born in Cornwall and now lives in Devon, where she also grew up. She previously worked as a children's book editor but now writes full-time from her home. Her best-selling picture books include Grandad and Wide Awake Jake. John Bendall-Brunello has illustrated over 60 children's books, with best-sellers in Europe and the USA. His ability to bring animal characters to life is clearly seen in two of his most popular picture books, Hushabye Lily and Dinosnore!

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
24 pages

Author

Rachel Elliot
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Publisher

QED Publishing
www.qed-publishing.co.uk/

Publication date

1st September 2012

ISBN

9781848358485


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