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Do You Know Tigers?

by Alain M. Bergeron, illustrated by Sampar

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published: Jul 2018
ISBN:9781550050110
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A new edition to the popular Do You Know series! Everything you want to know about tigers accompanied by humorous illustrations by Sampar. Did you know... — Just like very person's fingerprints are unique, so are the stripes on every tiger's head — In India, the number of tigers has dropped by half in the past 5 years. There are only approximately 1,000 left today. That's an average of one tiger death per day.

About the Authors

Alain M. Bergeron

A prolific author, Alain M. Bergeron has written over 300 children's books. He collaborated with Quebecois artist Sampar to create Billy Stuart and the Zintrepids, a colorful cast of Scouts that includes a raccoon, fox, chameleon, skunk and weasel. This intrepid crew made one fateful mistake and has been suffering the consequences ever since. Alain devotes himself exclusively to leading school workshops and writing, and his inexhaustible imagination has made him a fixture in children's literature and garnered many awards and accolades. Alain lives in Victoriaville, Quebec.
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Sampar

Multitalented, self-taught illustrator and cartoonist Samuel Parent, better known by the pen name Sampar, possesses a lively imagination that draws viewers into worlds that are moving, wacky and sometimes even mythical. His career as an illustrator hit its stride at the humor magazine Safarir, earning him widespread acclaim in Quebec, the United States and Australia. Sampar lives in Victoriaville, Quebec.
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Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels
Age:
7 to 11
Grade:
2 to 6
Editorial Review

"This book will appeal to animal lovers and reluctant readers. The text is simple enough for children in grade 3, but the appeal is wide enough that older children will want to read this series as well. Highly Recommended."

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