Having an older sister in charge wouldn't be so bad if she actually paid attention to you.
When a boy is left in the care of his sister, he tries to get her to read his tiger book to him. Instead, she is too busy reading her own book. With ear buds planted in her ears, nothing will distract her. When she finally takes a break to give her brother a bowl of soup, he finds a ferocious tiger escaping with the steam from his bowl. The boy declares war on the tiger using the things in his kitchen while his sister cares only that his soup gets cold.
Bright colors evoke the warmth of Indian fabrics. The image of the tiger cowering on a table from the deluge of kitchen implements coming at him will give the young reader the thrill of victory and keep him glued to the pages long after he reads the words.
Recommended to Highly Recommended (4 1/2 stars)
Publisher: Peachtree Publishers (April 2013)
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**Disclosure: Review copy received from publisher at no charge. No monetary compensation was received. My review is based upon by honest opinion and is not influenced by outside sources.
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