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by Richard R. Hewett,Joan Hewett
Author: Richard R. Hewett,Joan Hewett
Publisher: Clarion Books (April 20, 1993)
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Category: Crafts and Home
Subcategory: Pets and Animal Care
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A tiger cub grows u.
A tiger cub grows up.
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Tara is a tiger cub. What is it like to grow up in a wild animal park? If you look closely, you will discover how Tara grows from a tiny newborn cub to a pouncing, full-grown tiger there. Beginning readers will delight in watching Tara as she gets her first tooth, takes her first swim, and plays with other tigers. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: Lerner PublishingReleased: Aug 1, 2001ISBN: 9781575052649Format: book. carousel previous carousel next.
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A Tiger Cub Grows Up. Richard Hewett, Joan Hewett. Giraffe Calf Grows Up. Joan Hewett. A Monkey Baby Grows Up. This adorable book is about Tara a baby tiger who is born on a wilderness park and starts when Tara is days old. Tara gets to stay with Mary who feeds her,teaches her how to play and introduces her to meat which she has no interest in at that time.
THE TWO TIGER CUBS, romping in the jungle undergrowth near their den, prick up their ears
THE TWO TIGER CUBS, romping in the jungle undergrowth near their den, prick up their ears. While they play by themselves, they always half listen for their mother's return. But these sounds are not what they want to hear. When the unnatural motion grew really strong, the whole enclosure they were in slid and crashed against other hard things, frightening the cubs so that they snarled and panted and clawed at the hard non-earth under their pads, trying in vain to steady themselves. They would put back their heads and howl, and try to bite the cold thin things that stopped them being free.