Author: Song Nan Zhang
Publisher: Tundra Books
Release Date: 1995-05-01
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction
A Chinese artist recounts his life through illustrations, from fleeing Japanese invaders as a boy in Shanghai in 1944, through working in construction camps under the harsh Communist regime, to sympathizing with the Tiananmen demonstrators in 1989
A little tiger takes an imaginative journey The little tiger lay on his back in the tall grass. "Close your eyes, little tiger," said his mother, "and go to sleep." But the little tiger is worried about what sleep might bring. His mother reassures him that once he closes his eyes, he will dream of magical places. And when he awakens, she will be right there, waiting for him. Alternating between real-life scenes with the baby tiger and his mother and enchanted dream scenes of sleep's possibilities, Kate Banks's simple, comforting text and Georg Hallensleben's bright, colorful illustrations make this a charming bedtime story for small children. Close Your Eyes is a 2002 New York Times Book Review Best Illustrated Book of the Year and a 2003 Bank Street - Best Children's Book of the Year.
One winter's night, a badger arrives in the forest, cold and hungry. There is little food this harsh wintertime, but something special about the kind gentle badger moves Fox, Mouse and Hare. They each help as best they can, and Badger goes on his way. But the storms are getting worse and the animals start to worry.
One sleepy star twinkles down from the sky. One sleepy owl hoots a soft lullaby. This gently sleepytime rhyme with beautiful, soft illustrations that is perfect to share with your little one at bedtime. A gorgeous board book with a squishy padded cover and sturdy pages for little hands, you'll love snuggling up with your toddler to read this lovely bedtime rhyme each night.
Emma is trying to sleep, but the animals in her wallpaper are making too much noise! The gorilla bellows, the hippo stomps, the elephant trumpets, and tiger growls. "Go to sleep!" Emma tells them. "We've tried and tried, but we can't!" replies the tiger. Then Emma gets an idea. Can she help the noisy animals settle down so that everyone can get to sleep?
Toby, a baby tiger, speaks very loudly at school and at home at both appropriate and inappropriate times, in a book encouraging readers to determine the correct circumstances to speak loudly or softly.
Author: Julie Sykes
Publisher: Little Tiger Press
Release Date: 1999
Genre: Brothers and sisters
Little Tiger isn't happy when Mummy Tiger tells him he will soon have a brot her or sister and when he tells his friends, Little Elephant's brother dribbles and Little Bear's brother is sick. Daddy Tiger persuades him that h aving a baby brother can be fun but when he gets home, he finds a sister.
Author: M Christina Butler
Release Date: 2016-09-08
Everyone’s favourite hedgehog is back! This time, Little Hedgehog and his friends have a puzzle to solve . . . Strange creaking sounds are coming from the woods! And Fox is sure he saw Little Hedgehog down by the river in the middle of the night. Will the friends solve the mystery of the very noisy night . . . ? Little Hedgehog (and his little red hat!) returns in the tenth book of the best-selling Little Hedgehog series. With charmingly wintry illustrations from Tina Macnaughton and soft touch-and-feel flocking throughout, One Noisy Night is a wonderful story of friendship and bravery.