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Books published by publisher Tiger Tales.

  • Zoom

    Jonathan Litton, Fhiona Galloway

    Board book (Tiger Tales., March 4, 2014)
    Who will win this colorful race? Bright artwork, pages of finger-holes, and an exciting rhyming story make learning about colors fun!
  • Hickory, Dickory, Dock: and other favorite nursery rhymes

    Tiger Tales, Sanja Rescek

    Board book (Tiger Tales., March 7, 2006)
    Everyone’s favorites are included in this delightfully illustrated assortment of favorite children’s nursery rhymes. Visit with Humpty Dumpty, Little Miss Muffet, Old King Cole and many other favorite childhood nursery rhyme characters.
  • Me and My Dad!

    Alison Ritchie, Alison Edgson

    Hardcover (Tiger Tales., March 4, 2014)
    Little Bear and his dad do wonderful things together such as exploring mountains, swimming in the rain, and telling stories. But best of all, they do everything together! A warm, funny celebration of the special bond between father and child.
  • Things That Go Sticker Activities

    Jonthan Litton, Tiger Tales, Artful Doodlers

    Paperback (Tiger Tales., March 3, 2015)
    Learning has never been so much fun! Through activities such as connect the dots, find the differences, and complete the mazes, children are introduced to trucks, boats, airplanes, and more exciting vehicles. Includes pages of large, colorful stickers.
  • Goldilocks and The Three Bears

    Tiger Tales, Kate Daubney

    Paperback (Tiger Tales., March 3, 2015)
    When Goldilocks sneaks into the three bears' cottage, it seems there's no one home. So she helps herself to their porridge; she sits in their chairs; and she lies down in their beds. But then the bears return home from their walk! Will they catch that naughty little girl?
  • Lost in the Snow

    Holly Webb, Sophy Williams

    Paperback (Tiger Tales., Sept. 1, 2015)
    Fluff, a barn cat, is desperate to find a home of her own like her brothers and sisters. Sadly, no one seems to want her.... Then a little girl named Ella comes to the farm where Fluff lives. Ella begs her mother to let her have the kitten but her mother says, "No". What happens to kittens that nobody wants?
  • Weasel Is Worried

    Ciara Gavin, Tim Warnes

    Hardcover (Tiger Tales., June 30, 2020)
    A perfect story for worriers big and small.When Weasel is caught in a storm, he builds a fortress to hide in. But then he meets Mole, who loves to play in the wind and splash in the rain. Can Weasel learn to overcome his fears and find joy, whatever the weather?
  • The Only Way is Badger

    Stella J. Jones, Carmen Saldana

    Hardcover (Tiger Tales., Sept. 4, 2018)
    One morning, the animals wake up to find that someone has built a huge wall and put up posters on the trees that read "Badgers are best!" Badger wants everyone to be more like him, and when they can't do things as well as he does, he sends them away to the other side of the wall. But is being the best really the most important thing?
  • The Kitten Nobody Wanted and other Tales

    Holly Webb, Sophy Williams

    Paperback (Tiger Tales., Sept. 5, 2017)
    Three delightful kitten stories to treasure in one book, from best-selling author Holly Webb. Includes The Kitten Nobody Wanted, The Frightened Kitten, and The Stray Kitten.
  • Cock-a-doodle-doo! Barnyard Hullabaloo

    Giles Andreae, David Wojtowycz

    Hardcover (Tiger Tales., March 5, 2002)
    Children will love to explore the bright and noisy barnyard in this wonderful collection of poems from the award-winning author and illustrator team of Giles Andreae and David Wojtowycz.
  • The Missing Kitten And Other Tales

    Holly Webb, Sophy Williams

    Paperback (Tiger Tales., March 6, 2018)
    Animal lovers will treasure these three exciting kitten stories from Holly Webb. Features The Missing Kitten, The Unwanted Kitten, and The Abandoned Kitten.
  • There's a Dragon in my Toilet

    Tom Nicoll, Sarah Horne

    Paperback (Tiger Tales., Feb. 18, 2020)
    In this hilarious new series featuring Pan, a Mini-Dragon and Eric his new found friend, Pan has settled in to life with Eric when his aunt and uncle show up to take him home. Can Pan outsmart them and figure out a way to stay at Eric's house?Just when Pan the Mini-Dragon is starting to feel like Eric's bedroom is home, his grouchy aunt and uncle turn up on a rescue mission. When he refuses to go back with them, they REALLY cause a stink! Will Pan manage to get them off his tail and avoid a trip through the sewers?