Tigerella

  • Title: Tigerella
  • Author: Kit Wright Peter Bailey
  • ISBN: 9780590556705
  • Page: 353
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tigerella Ella is a good girl always polite always does what she is told Until everyone is asleep and she turns into Tigerella
    Ella is a good girl, always polite, always does what she is told Until everyone is asleep and she turns into Tigerella.

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    About Kit Wright Peter Bailey


    1. Kit Wright born 17 June 1944 in Crockham Hill, Kent is the author of than twenty five books, for both adults and children, and the winner of awards including an Arts Council Writers Award, the Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize, the Hawthornden Prize, the Alice Hunt Bartlett Prize and jointly the Heinemann Award After a scholarship to Oxford University, he worked as a lecturer in Canada, then returned to England and a position in the Poetry Society He is currently a full time writer.


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    1. I remember this book as a child and decided to buy it for my daughter as well, since I loved this story when I was a child - it really captured my imagination. It is about a quiet polite little girl who at night becomes a tiger and runs so fast and jumps into the sky and interacts with the constellations and because of that, has a bit of a fantasy theme running through it - just for letting a young girls imagination run wild thinking about it.I don't think this story is for pre-school or under, [...]

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    2. Natalie and I were both drawn to this book because of the tiger on the cover. But the story wasn't so great. i didn't really love the idea of a polite girl who hides a tiger inside, and I didn't like how it was executed. i read this book upside down to Natalie as she ate lunch and i found that very difficult. Something about the flow of the sentences was off. I just didn't like the fantastical elements like Orion's bow.

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    3. I love the idea of this book and could see it being very successful if updated.

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