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Children's LiteratureCan you imagine eating 200 hamburgers at one time? That is the amount that a tiger can eat in one sitting. Did you know that wearing a mask with a face on the back of your head reduces the chance of a tiger attacking you? Did you know that cheetahs can sprint at 70 miles per hour? This book of interesting facts about lions, tigers, leopards, and many other types of wild cats is designed to help children catch a better grasp at reading. The book is step 4 of the "Step into Reading" series, and is full of interesting facts and challenging words to capture the attention of a young child. The paragraphs and chapters with fewer pictures is designed for a newly independent reader who can master simple sentences with confidence. This book is another step toward the goal of helping children to be solid and confident in their reading abilities. 2002, Random House, Ages 6 to 8.