Tiger Trouble! by Diane Goode

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Jack and his pet tiger, Lily, go everywhere and do everything together. Life is great for the two friends until Mr. Mud buys the apartment building Jack lives in. Mr. Mud hates cats, and so does his pet bulldog, Fifi. One day, he exclaims, "I want that cat out by tomorrow morning!" That night, while everyone except Lily is asleep, a burglar breaks into the building to steal all of Mr. Mud's valuables, including Fifi! Fortunately, Lily comes to the rescue, and the next day, she's the neighborhood hero.

About Diane Goode

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Diane Goode was born in New York City. She has written seven and created the paintings for 55 highly acclaimed children's picture books, including the Caldecott Honor Book When I Was Young in the Mountains by Cynthia Rylant. Diane's other awards include, New York Times Best Seller Lists, ALA Notable(s), ABA Pick of the Lists, Oppenheim Platinum Book Award(s), Top Ten English Speaking Union of the United States Ambassador of Honor, Parent's Choice Award, Teacher's Choice Award, International Reading Association CBC, Children's Choice, Library of Congress Children's Book of the Year, National Council of Social Studies- Children's Book Council, Society of Illustrators Certificate(s )of Merit, NY Public Library 100 Titles of Reading & Sharing, Book List, and Children's Editor's Choice. Diane is the illustrator of New York Times bestseller Founding Mothers: Remembering the Ladies by Cokie Roberts.
Published January 1, 2001 by Scholastic Inc.. 40 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Travel, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Young Jack lives with his tiger, Lily, in a fine apartment building, and Lily, like Mary’s little lamb, follows Jack everywhere, doing what he does.

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The sweet, smiling faces of Jack and his young friends, as well as the almost comical scenes of tiger and boy scrubbing up in the tub, taking a swim and curling up in bed, sustain the cheerful mood.

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