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Have You Ever Tickled a Tiger?

by Betsy E. Snyder

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A short but engaging book about animals, their features, characteristics, and behavior. This book would be very interesting, especially for the youngest children. Very high quality pictures catch the reader's attention. As well, it has a number of different textures to be felt, including whiskers, leather, velcro, etc. Each texture is linked to an animal, such as a walrus, armadillo, or porcupine.
  jstrecker | Jul 10, 2016 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0375843965, Board book)

Not your average touch-and-feel!

Everyone knows what it’s like to pat a bunny that’s soft and cuddly. But for those babies and toddlers who want to touch something different—say prickly and tickly animals of a more exotic nature—Betsy Snyder’s Have You Ever Tickled a Tiger? offers the perfect opportunity. This novelty book asks its readers if they’ve ever kissed a walrus, poked a penguin, or hugged an octopus, among others! Rhyming couplets share more about the delightfully illustrated creatures boasting tickly whiskers, velvety tummies, bumpy tentacles, fluffy feathers, etc.—all for baby to touch and feel!

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:14:57 -0400)

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