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Books published by publisher Tiger Tales.

  • Big Fish Little Fish

    Jonathan Litton, Fhiona Galloway

    Board book (Tiger Tales., March 1, 2016)
    Dive into the ocean to learn about opposites in this bubbly book! With bright artwork, fish-shaped finger-holes, and a fun rhyming story, learning is brought to life!
  • Stories for 2 Year Olds

    Ewa Lipniacka, Alison Ritchie, Jo Brown, David Bedford, Claire Freedman

    Hardcover (Tiger Tales., March 4, 2014)
    Come along for fun on the farm, a jungle safari, and an underwater adventure and make lots of new friends along the way! This beautiful anthology includes short stories divided by pages of poems and verse.
  • Hoot

    Jonathan Litton, Fhiona Galloway

    Board book (Tiger Tales., Sept. 2, 2014)
    How many owls can you find in this playful book of numbers? Bright artwork, finger-holes, and a cheerful rhyming story make learning come alive!
  • Night Night, Dino-Snores

    Nicola Edwards, Thomas Elliott

    Board book (Tiger Tales., March 6, 2018)
    Snuggle up with Sleepy Stegosaurus and his dinosaur friends for a gentle bedtime read with rhyming text, a variety of touch-and-feel textures, and charming illustrations.
  • Snuggle Up, Sleepy Ones

    Claire Freedman, Tina Macnaughton

    Board book (Tiger Tales., Sept. 3, 2013)
    At the end of the day, all of the animals get ready for bed. Hippos, leopard cubs, giraffes, monkeys, and other wildlife yawn, stretch, and cuddle close with their families for the night. The soft padded covers, rounded corners and sturdy board pages make this title a perfect fit for preschoolers!
  • Noisy First Words

    Libby Walden, Tiger Tales

    Board book (Tiger Tales., March 6, 2018)
    Touch, feel, and hear first words on every page of this interactive, sturdy board book, packed with photographs, tactile textures, and spoken words to help young readers develop simple vocabulary.
  • Rumble in the Jungle

    Giles Andreae, David Wojtowycz

    Paperback (Tiger Tales., March 5, 2002)
    Join this rhyming safari and meet everyone from the elphing elephant to the gangly giraffe, and maybe even the terrible tiger!
  • I Spy Learn and Go

    Jonathan Litton, Fhiona Galloway

    Paperback (Tiger Tales., Sept. 1, 2015)
    Children can find the hidden objects in the busy scenes as they learn about colors, counting, opposites, and much more in the action-packed activity pages. With more than 100 colorful stickers, this book provides hours of learning fun!
  • I'll Love You Forever

    Owen Hart, Sean Julian

    Hardcover (Tiger Tales., Sept. 5, 2017)
    Polar Bear and Cub explore the beauty of their home in the Arctic as the seasons change. Throughout the journey, Polar Bear reassures Cub that no matter what changes occur in nature-snow falling in winter, flowers blooming in spring, air warming in summer, and leaves changing color in fall-the loving bond between them will never be broken.
  • Roar

    Jonathan Litton, Fhiona Galloway

    Board book (Tiger Tales., March 4, 2014)
    Who is the loudest animal in this fiercely fun book of sounds? Bright artwork, finger-holes, and a cheerful rhyming story make learning come alive!
  • Now I Am Two

    Tiger Tales, Rachel Baines

    Board book (Tiger Tales., Sept. 4, 2018)
    Discover a world of adventure with this fun selection of rhymes. Features adorable animal characters, original rhymes, and traditional poems such as "The Duck and the Kangaroo." A die-cut, flocked number "two" graces the cover of this sweetly illustrated title perfect for two year olds!
  • Wish Trap

    Linda Chapman, Lucy Fleming

    Paperback (Tiger Tales., March 3, 2020)
    Do you believe in magic? Violet and her friends do! And when they meet the Star Animals, a whole world of magical adventures unfolds.Violet and her star animal, a wildcat named Sorrel, must use their special powers to stop the forces of dark magic. But when a run of bad luck hits the local gym team, the Star Friends suspect that dark magic is behind it. But are their Star Magic skills strong enough to hold back the dark magic?