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Watch Out the Tiger is Here – A picture book for young children about tigers

This book is a creative commons book brought to us by Pratham and Storyweaver. The book is free to share! Please enjoy and share with everyone with young children who also love tigers.

 

Text from Watch Out the Tiger is Here – Picture book for young children about tigers

It’s not easy being a tiger.
Yes, tigers are beautiful and fierce.

But tigers are also big and heavy.
This makes it difficult for them to hunt for food.

Out of every twenty times a tiger hunts, it eats only once.

When a tiger moves through the forest,
KHAU! KHAU! KHAK!
The langur calls, just like an old man coughing!
KHAU! KHAU! KHAK!

AWOOOO! HAWOOOO!
The barking deer calls, like a scared dog!
AWOOOO! HAWOOOO!

OOW! OOW! OOW!
The spotted deer calls, like a little bird!
OOW! OOW! OOW!

The whole forest knows the tiger is here!
AHUUUN? AHUUUN?
The tiger wonders, where has everyone gone?

<End of Text from Watch Out the Tiger is here>

Download or read online by selecting the buttons under the post, to read the full picture book for young children about a tiger.

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If you love big cats, there are lots more books about them here on FKB, see our Cats Category, or our Animals Category,

Or check out these adorable big cat Picturebooks:

Illustrated by Carlos Amato, Written by Daniel Browde

Lions are Always Brave is a cute animal story about a little lion, who is strong, fast, stretchy, and br…br….brave?

 

 

Illustrated by Andre Kieswetter, Written by Liza Esterhuyse

In the Lion Who Wouldn’t Try is a story about trying, we see a story of a lion who is too afraid of failure to attempt anything. All the other animals are having fun, while the lion is moping around. He is too afraid of losing that he never ends up having any fun.

 

And from the same author and illustrator, this cute big cat book:

Author: Sejal Mehta, Illustrator: Rohan Chakravarty

This very cute non-fiction book for young children is all about wild cats, from common big cats to more diverse, it also makes a great learning to read age book which can spark some research ideas for homeschool or general interest study.

 


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