I'm a Tiger Too by Marie-Louise Fitzpatrick

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Friends can be found in all sorts of places, if your imagination is big enough-- in the yard, under the tree, by the pond. But as this handsome picture book shows, sometimes the best friend of all turns up when you least expect it.

About Marie-Louise Fitzpatrick

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Marie-Louise Fitzpatrick is the author/illustrator of Lizzy and Skunk, an SLJ Best Book of the Year, and You, Me, and the Big Blue Sea. She lives in Ireland.
Published May 10, 2000 by Gullane Children's Books. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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/ I don’t want to be a tiger all alone.” Next, the boy asks his dog if he’s a wolf, and boy and dog howl at the moon.

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A dramatic center spread—of the forlorn boy standing against the imposing red brick—signals the turning point: a series of four panels shows the boy peering over the wall, then opening its blue gate, to meet the new boy next door.

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