by Rachael Hanel

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Children's Literature - Jamie Hain
The largest member of the cat family, tigers capture the imaginations of thousands each year at the circus, on television, and in between the pages of beloved stories. This book takes readers beyond the wild tales of their imagination and into the lives of these big cats and their struggle to survive in a world where humans are constantly encroaching on their natural habitat and hunting them for sport. This book discusses all six subspecies of tiger, providing information relating to body structure, breeding, habitat, and survival tricks used by these animals that live almost exclusively in Southeast Asia. Beautiful full-page photographs showcase tigers from around the world and enhance the accompanying text. Part of the "Living Wild" series, this book contains a glossary of new words, an easy to use index for young readers, pictures of tigers in ancient art, and one of man's early myths about these majestic animals. This book is an ideal starting point for readers just beginning to learn about the vast world of tigers and would be a great addition to any library serving middle school children. Reviewer: Jamie Hain

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Creative Company, The
Publication date:
Living Wild Series
Product dimensions:
9.80(w) x 10.70(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range:
8 - 12 Years

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