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Tiger, Tiger By Dee Lillegard Susan Guevara,

  • Title: Tiger, Tiger
  • Author: Dee Lillegard Susan Guevara
  • ISBN: 9780399226335
  • Page: 477
  • Format: Hardcover
  • No one will play with Pocu, so he slouches off to amuse himself and finds a wonderful feather Swish He makes the flowers bloom Swish He creates a great, murmuring shadow with two eyes burning bright Pocu wants a playmate, but when the shadow follows him into the jungle and starts taking over the game, he fears he s created a monster And it s up to him to find a way tNo one will play with Pocu, so he slouches off to amuse himself and finds a wonderful feather Swish He makes the flowers bloom Swish He creates a great, murmuring shadow with two eyes burning bright Pocu wants a playmate, but when the shadow follows him into the jungle and starts taking over the game, he fears he s created a monster And it s up to him to find a way to handle his dangerous creation Dee Lillegard s beautifully written text shows how a powerful imagination can take on a life of its own, and Susan Guevara s rich, stunning paintings bring Pocu s magical world to life.
    Tiger Tiger No one will play with Pocu so he slouches off to amuse himself and finds a wonderful feather Swish He makes the flowers bloom Swish He creates a great murmuring shadow with two eyes burning bright P

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    1. Another stunning children s book whose strengths are its simplicity and how it brings to life the inner workings of the mind of a child.In a village in an undisclosed location jungles of South America young Pocu is making too much noise for the napping community, so he wanders into the jungle where he finds a feather According to my daughter, this feather is magic although the story leaves it to interpretation as far as what exactly is going on In any case, the story is indeed magical, creative, [...]

    2. Author and illustrator I love the illustrations in this book, and they are really eye catching pictures in this book The author Dee Lillegard uses beautiful written text to show us how powerful imagination could be.Personal Response I enjoy to book this book so much not only the story in this book but also the beautiful illustrations in this book I would love to introduce this book to my class and let them to draw a picture based on their imaginations.

    3. Strange little book about a boy and his imagination The ending was not so badbut I thought my four year old might be scared from this story at first He wants to re read it, so I know he enjoyed it.

    4. The bright vibrant colors are what attracted me to this book The media that the artist used to create the images was gouache with chalk pastel on mixed media paper There are no black outlines around the objects in the images, this makes the images look soft, subtle, and fluid There is a black outline around all the pages and on certain pages there is an additional black line that cuts down the middle of one of the side pages breaking it in half but not disrupting the image I m not quite sure why [...]

    5. I absolutely loved the pictures in this book They re bright, vibrant and really compell the story forward The plot was cute, but could ve been developed .Pocu has no one to play with, so he heads out into the jungle and finds a gorgeous feather He swishes it around and suddenly flowers start blooming He hears a voice demanding that he creat different things By the end Pocu has created a tiger The tiger is very hungry and demands to be taken to Pocu s village for dinner Pocu agrees and doesn t re [...]

    6. A boy, Pocu, goes for a walk in the jungle He finds a feather on the ground and swish piece by piece creates a beautiful tiger in the jungle The tiger wants to follow Pocu home for supper and Pocu must use his feather to trick the tiger before they make it back.Excellent key book for storytime After telling this story I had the children help me build our own tiger in sequence on the whiteboard Other supporting books talked about other animals in the jungle Played an imagination game where childr [...]

    7. Modern FantasyGrades P 2Tiger, Tiger was an odd book As I read through this book, I was unsure weather I was supposed to be scared of letting my imagination go crazy or weather I was supposed to learn how to play with others better, so being an introvert wouldn t destroy me Overall this book was weird, and I also was unsure about why a feather was the magical tool that brought the tiger to life Was there supposed to be a reason it was a feather The book was interesting and definitely had me hook [...]

    8. Perhaps my all time favorite for reading to ages 4 8 Beautifully written and illustrated, this book keeps them spellbound, especially if you encourage kids to swish an imaginary feather along with you There is also a subtle message about the anger and violence that we all feel within us, and a reminder that it is under our control Take a close look at the last picture, in which Poku looks at his reflection and sees a tiger Ask the kids to explain what they think is happening This always leads to [...]

    9. This is one of my all time favorite books to read to the K 1 set The story grabs their imagination and mine until you believe in magic and the tiger The tension of the story and then the slow release of fear instilled by the child s imagination along with soft dreamy pictures make this an amazing read.

    10. Lonely Pocu is a character in this book that no one wants to play with He creates a dangerous shadow that he thought would be a playmate, but he has to determine how to handle his creation This is a wonderful book about the power of imagination.Activity Think of something that you would add to the imagination of Pocu and why

    11. Beautiful illustrations and highly imaginative My children love the Swish of the feather and the vibrant illustrations The actual story is a little bit scary, but all in all, a good book for kids It is currently always chosen for bedtime.

    12. I liked the fact that the book taught consequences in a non blunt way The boy finds the feather, swishes it around, and then it creates a tiger He has to figure out how to save his village from the tiger he created.

    13. The illustrations were full of color and movement, but they seemed sloppy The story was OK I think it held itself in higher esteem than I held it.

    14. There is a suspense and slight rhythm to this book that is fun, but otherwise it was hard to hold the interest of my child with this.

    15. A bored young boy uses a magic feather to form a tiger, and then must use the feather to save his village when the tiger gets hungry.

    16. Marisa picked this book for Move and I absolutely love it I m so stealing it for Tales There are gorgeous illustrations and a lovely story.

    17. The artwork in this book is beautiful If you like stories from other cultures, you will enjoy Dee Lillegard s Tiger, Tiger.

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