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Little Tiger's big surprise / by Julie Sykes ; illustrated by Tim Warnes
Bib ID 1366650
Format BookBook
Author
Sykes, Julie
 
Description Mascot, N.S.W. : Koala Books, 1999 
[26] p. : col. ill. ; 23 x 27 cm. 
ISBN 0864611846
Summary

"Little Tiger isn't pleased when he learns that he is to have a new brother or sister. Little Tiger likes things the way they are. All his friends have baby brothers and sisters and he doesn't like the look of them one bit. They cry, dribble and are sick. 'Babies are horrible,' says Little Tiger. 'I don't want one.' Can Daddy Tiger get him to change his mind?" -- Back cover.

Notes

Originally published in Great Britain in 1999 by Little Tiger Press, an imprint of Magi Publications, London.

Subjects Tiger -- Juvenile fiction.  |  Babies -- Juvenile fiction.
Other authors/contributors Warnes, Tim

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