Have You Ever Tickled A Tiger? by Betsy E. SnyderHave You Ever Tickled A Tiger? by Betsy E. Snyder

Have You Ever Tickled A Tiger?

byBetsy E. Snyder

Children's Cloth Book | May 26, 2009

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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!
BETSY SNYDER is an award-winning children's book author and illustrator. Betsy loves to create smile-inspiring art for kids and the young at heart. In addition to children's books, you can find her adorable mixed-media artwork on puzzles and games, baby accessories, plush, fabric, stickers, and greeting cards. Her work has been chosen ...
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Title:Have You Ever Tickled A Tiger?Format:Children's Cloth BookDimensions:14 pages, 7.81 × 7.81 × 0.65 inPublished:May 26, 2009Publisher:Random House Children's BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0375843965

ISBN - 13:9780375843969

Appropriate for ages: Baby - 2

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Starts with a bang but ends with a whimper My 10-month-old daughter loves the first several pages of this book. She especially likes scratching the hedgehog, fluffing the feathers of the ostrich and flicking the whiskers of the walrus. That's why it's such a let down when the armadillo and the octopus show up. There's not much to touch and feel with the armadillo (which is very sad because it had so much potential) and the tentacles on the octopus are not very bumpy at all. The suction cups are so small that my daughter constantly overlook them.
Date published: 2009-08-17