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ISBN

9781561456963

Publication Date

2013

Publisher

Peachtree Publishers

City

Atlanta, GA

Disciplines

Library and Information Science | Modern Literature

Keywords

Children's literature, reviews, tigers, siblings, imagination

Review

A little boy begs his older sister to read him a book about tigers, but she wants him to eat his lunch first. Imagine his surprise when a tiger appears in his soup! And how can his sister make such perfectly tiger-like roars? Maybe she’s a tiger, too… Ebbeler’s colorful illustrations juggle the switch between the ordinary and the imagination. Tiger In My Soup is best for slightly older children who can make the distinction between reality and imagination; younger children who have difficulty with that distinction may have trouble understanding that the tiger is not real. Good for discussions on creativity and sibling relationships. Optional. Emily Hartman, Centennial Library Intern.

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Review of <i>Tiger In My Soup</i> by Kashmira Sheth

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