Mr. Tiger Goes WildBook - 2013
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CRRL_CraigG Jun 25, 2015
The book is short on dialogue but extensive in its beautiful artistry. Mr. Tiger's fur offers a spark of color rebelling against the drab grays of the civilized world. His orange word bubbles leap from the page. Even the choice of lettering and paper is deliberate.
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CRRLKids May 06, 2014
Bored with city life and the proper behavior it requires, Mr. Tiger has a wild idea that leads him to discover his true nature.
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No one expected Mr. Tiger to be such a troublemaker. At first he was like everyone else. Sporting starched collars and silk top hats. Attending dignified tea parties and engaging in the usual chitchat about the weather that day. But Mr. Tiger is bored. “He wanted to loosen up. He wanted to have fun. He wanted to be… wild.” But wildness is not tolerated in the city, a fact Mr. Tiger discovers when his explorations into wildness involve pouncing across the rooftops, roaring in public, and going au naturel. It’s that final sin that has him dismissed from the city to the wilderness, where he gets to completely let go. It’s great for a time, but soon Mr. Tiger misses his friends and his home. When he returns he finds more comfortable clothes and the fact that the people there have loosened up a bit themselves, thanks in no small part to his influence.
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