Young listeners will be thrilled by this fun tale from elementary school teacher-turned-author David LaRochelle. While on an adventure in the jungle, a young boy sees monkeys, bats, and- a tiger! Run! The boy races through the jungle to find safety. A bed of flowers looks like a good place for him to hide. The flowers are so soft, like a pillow. But an orange-and-black pillow? It almost looks like- oh no!
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"Dial up your imagination and get ready to go on a new adventure in search of an elusive tiger. The story take young listeners into a cave, up a ladder, across a canyon, aboard a ship, and onto an island. Along the way, tigers turn up in the most unexpected places! As tour guide, narrator Noah Galvin speaks directly to listeners and brings immediacy to the outing. His use of hesitation followed by the exclamation "It's a tiger!" heightens the suspense. His roars are loud but not too scary. With his steady pacing, there's rarely a moment to rest. A.R. (c) AudioFile 2012, Portland, Maine"
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