Emily and the Friendly, Ferocious Tiger

Overview

There are so many animals to see at the zoo. Elephants, giraffes and monkeys are just a few of the animals that Emily gets to see as she visits the National Zoo with her Grandma. She also gets to see hippos, pandas and more as she makes her way through the zoo to the highlight of her visit; the tigers! Feel the excitement grow as Emily becomes involved in a roaring contest with the friendly, but ferocious tiger. Find out who wins the greatest roaring contest of the year in Emily and the Friendly, Ferocious Tiger....
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Overview

There are so many animals to see at the zoo. Elephants, giraffes and monkeys are just a few of the animals that Emily gets to see as she visits the National Zoo with her Grandma. She also gets to see hippos, pandas and more as she makes her way through the zoo to the highlight of her visit; the tigers! Feel the excitement grow as Emily becomes involved in a roaring contest with the friendly, but ferocious tiger. Find out who wins the greatest roaring contest of the year in Emily and the Friendly, Ferocious Tiger. There's no doubt that this book will quickly become your child's favorite book.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780984106509
  • Publisher: Old Line Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 7/1/2009
  • Edition description: OLD LINE PUBLISHING
  • Pages: 34
  • Product dimensions: 7.90 (w) x 5.90 (h) x 0.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Nancy Davis Collier is the Founder and Executive Director of New Outlook Associates. New Outlook Associates, which was founded in 1984, has helped countless individuals deal with the pain and the hopelessness of having a terminal illness by using the healing powers of the creative arts. Through her artistic talents and her use of positive communication skills she has helped hundreds of persons turn their despair and pain into vibrant hope and a new outlook on life.
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Emily and Grandma were invited to go to the National Zoo in Washington, D.C. Mommy was busy helping Aunt Krista get ready for her wedding. It was very, very hot and humid. Aunt Krista's parents and her brother and her family were going to the zoo. They asked Emily and her Grandma to come with them . . . so they did!
Emily had never been to a zoo before, but she had heard about animals in the zoo from books that were read to her. The koala bear was so cute and cuddly as it sat up in a tree branch. Emily wanted to bring it home with her, but she already had many fluffy teddy bears and besides the people at the zoo would not be very happy if she took their koala bear.
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