A kitten insists that his little-girl owner write an adventure story suitable for a TIGER and learns that you should be careful about what you wish for when the story becomes too scary.
When a little girl starts to write a story about her kitten playing with yarn, he doesn't like it one bit. He wants a story for his alter-ego TIGERone that has pep and pizzazzso the girl creates an adventure that the kitten jumps into. Darkness surrounds him (No light, no problem! says the kitten), venomous vipers drop from the trees (Snakes? I've got this), hungry hyenas circle the tigerand suddenly the kitten begins to wonder if there can be such a thing as too much adventure. As the story gets scarier and scarier, he realizes that what one wants and what one needs are sometimes two different things. This time, he needs a quieter story.
A colorful and inventive picture book about a creative girl and her kitten.
|Product dimensions:||10.10(w) x 10.10(h) x 0.20(d)|
|Age Range:||4 - 6 Years|
About the Author
Liza Woodruff has illustrated numerous children's books, including Emerson Barks, which she also authored. She is also a bookseller (Flying Pig Bookstore) and lives with her family in Vermont.