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This is a very good book. My granddaughter's favorite expression is "oh, no!", so this was perfect for her. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Susan Hill
I read to primary school kids in an inner city school in San Francisco and I love books that engage the children and make them part of the story.Published 8 months ago by Marion A. Knott
I'm a tiger person. I love tigers. When our sons were little we called them 'tiger'. Our older son graduated from Princeton whose animal of choice is the tiger.Published 9 months ago by arlene ahmadbedohave
Like another reviewer, I did not like the ending of this book. I know it is just a story but I didn't like the message that the ending sent.Published 11 months ago by C. Dunn
My grandchild loves the repetition of "Oh No" and happily joins in the refrain... she asks for this book over and over.
Very cleverly written !
This book was very useful for story prediction. I pointed out the expressions of the animals to help them. I was relieved that the tiger was able to "claw" his way out...Published 14 months ago by D Dennison
Gorgeous illustrations and amazing rhythm are just part of what make this story an absolute joy to read. When asked to read this story again and again you will say oh yes!Published 14 months ago by Zelda Zap
My kindergarten children loved having this story read to them and delighted in the beautiful pictures. Less expensive than book stores also.Published 15 months ago by skratch
I thought the illustrations were creative and enhanced the storyline. I can see the children enjoying the book. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Kay Farmer