A Tiger Grows Upby Anastasia Suen, William J. Huiett, Michael Denman
Describes the development of a tiger from infancy to adulthood, as she grows up in India.
Children's LiteratureHave you ever wondered what a tiger's life is like? This simple book explains in easy-to-understand terms about the life of a tiger from birth until the tiger becomes a parent. Realistic illustrations show the tiger in various behaviorsincluding holding a cub in his mouth, pouncing on a deer, catching a fish, and sleeping. Some of the captions at the bottom of the page give interesting details about the tiger. Did you know that each tiger has a unique set of stripes? The final pages in the book contain a description of the "tiger body parts" and how they help the tiger to survive. There is also a map with India highlighted because the pictures in the book are of Bengal tigers. The last page is a section about where students can go to learn more about tigers including other reference books and a website just for kids. 2006, Picture Window Books, Ages 6 to 8.
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