Don't Be a Bully, Little Tiger

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Product Details
Price
$19.95  $18.55
Publisher
NorthSouth (NY)
Publish Date
Pages
32
Dimensions
8.5 X 11.1 X 0.4 inches | 0.8 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780735844957

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About the Author
Carol Roth has always loved writing. Carol's many wonderful books include The Little School Bus, Who Will Tuck Me in Tonight?, Five Little Ducklings Go to School, and Hold Your Temper, Tiger! Her books have won a Children's Choice Book Award (2005), the Missouri Building Block Award for Best Picture Book (2003), and the Parent's Guide to Children's Media Award for Outstanding Achievement in Children's Books (1999). Carol lives in New Jersey (USA) with her husband, Mark.

Rashin Kheiriyeh is a multi-award-winning author-illustrator, animator, and painter who has more than ninety children's books to her credit. Her books have been published in at least twelve countries and she was nominated for the 2023 & 2024 Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award for outstanding contributions to children's literature. She is also the recipient of a Sendak Fellowship Award, a 2009 New Horizon Award (Bologna Ragazzi), and is a six-time winner of the Bologna Book Fair Illustration competition. Rashin Kheiriyeh is the character artist of the most popular animation series on national television in Iran called "Shekarestan" ("Sugarland"). She now lives in Washington, DC.
Reviews
"a solid lesson in being a good classmate, enhanced by vibrant, childlike visuals."-- "Kirkus Reviews"
"Colorful, childlike illustrations"

Anything you didn't like about it? Nothing at all, it was very cute

Should we (librarians/readers) put this on the top of our "to read" piles? Yes!-- "Youth Services Book Review, starred review"
Don't Be a Bully, Little Tiger is a great lesson on how to get along with others. The illustrations are simple, colorful, and engaging. Younger readers will enjoy hearing about Little Tiger as well as want to read it on their own. The lesson portrayed is invaluable for pre-K and K-2nd. Little Tiger is a great way to teach inclusion, fairness, consideration of others, and how to be a good friend.-- "Kiss the Book Librarian Blog"
"Many children can relate to little Tiger"-- "Children's Literature"