Never Trust a Tiger by Lari Don
A Story from Korea (Animal Stories)

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As a merchant makes his way to the market, he comes across a beautiful tiger that has fallen down a hole. The merchant is kind enough to help the tiger out of the hole, but once he does, the tiger wants to eat him! The merchant doesn't think this is fair . . . but who is right and how can the merchant get away unscathed?

About Lari Don

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Lari Don was brought up in Scotland, beside a distillery, a river and a railway line, giving her lots of opportunities for incredibly dangerous outdoor games. She was the Scottish National Party's Press Officer for many exciting and sleepless years and then a researcher and producer at BBC Radio Scotland. She won the Canongate Prize in 2001, and a Royal Mail award for her book First Aid for Fairies in 2008. She now lives in Leith, and works as a fulltime writer and storyteller.
Published August 15, 2012 by Barefoot Books Ltd. 48 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Travel, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A merchant stops to free a tiger stuck in a hole by lowering a tree trunk to it, and what does he get for his trouble?

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