Friday, August 30, 2019

A Tiger Like Me - Book Review & Giveaway!

 Having had four little boys in my home (and two currently little) this book really brought a smile to my face. I'm sure moms of little girls can also relate to the constant dressing up and pretending. I had one son who was a dog for months. He wanted to eat on the floor and would only answer in yelps. He also pretended to be Santa for a full month too and we still laugh about that too.

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Kids love pretending and that is what A Tiger Like Me celebrates! In this story everything is all about tigers. He is a little tiger and he has a mommy tiger and daddy tiger. It is really a cute tale with an even cuter ending. We really enjoyed this book and it lent naturally to doing a tiger craft! 

I've Pinned a board of Tiger crafts to help inspire you as well!

 About the book:

Michael Engler studied visual communication in Düsseldorf, Germany, and first worked as a scriptwriter and illustrator. He then spent several years as an art director at advertising agencies. He is currently a freelance author in Düsseldorf, writing children’s books and plays for the theater and radio. He has written more than fifteen children’s books. Learn more about him online at

Joëlle Tourlonias was born in Hanau, Germany, and studied visual communication with an emphasis on illustration and painting at the Bauhaus University Weimar. She is the illustrator of more than thirty children’s books. She continues to draw, paint, and live in Düsseldorf. Learn more about her online at

Laura Watkinson is an award-winning translator of books for young readers and adults. She is a three-time winner of the Batchelder Award and also won the Vondel Prize for Dutch-English translation. Originally from the United Kingdom, she now lives in Amsterdam. Learn more online at
Child readers (and certainly adult caregivers) will identify with the book’s central message: Children can experience a wide swath of feelings, everyone makes mistakes, and everyone has complicated ways of interacting with the world. The final quiet pages offer a peaceful conclusion…Wildness is part and parcel of everyday childhood, embraced here with a roar.” —Kirkus Reviews

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