Item description for Where Do the Tigers Go? A Collection of Children's Poetry by Jack Zager...
GROWING UP/POETRY. The poems, in this beautifully hardbound book, start with the viewpoint of a six-year-old child, then progresses, poem by poem, as the viewpoint grows into a teenage one. The author's rhyme swings with bedtime and teddy bears, summer and robins' nests, vacation and rain, pets and tigers, sunsets and goodbyes, ending with a tale of a teenager's first love.
15 detailed, all-color, full-page illustrations accompany the collection of verse for all ages to enjoy.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 7.3" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Publisher Luminary Media Group
ISBN 1930580576 ISBN13 9781930580572
Availability 0 units.
More About Jack Zager
Jack Zager is a husband, father, and grandfather. He lives in Nashville, Tennessee, where, when he is not writing children's poetry, he is Senior Vice President, Investments with Morgan Stanley.
Reviews - What do customers think about Where Do the Tigers Go? A Collection of Children's Poetry?
Great book for all ages!! Aug 15, 2006
This is a great book for all ages. I read it to my 6 month old son and he loves the colorful illistrations. It is a book that will grow with your children. I look forward to sharing it with my little one for many years to come.
Delightful children's poetry for all ages Dec 18, 2004
My son is one and we love reading this book together. The poems are well-written, interesting, and family-oriented. They are vivid and make for wonderful visuals. We are so happy to have this book.
"May all the tigers you meet be just like these!" Oct 13, 2004
When my children first received this lovely book of poetry, they were ages 7 and 4, and the author inscribed the book as follows: "May all the tigers you meet be just like these." My children are now 18 and 15, and they have grown up with this book. And, fortunately, they have managed to surround themselves with tigers just like these! This is a wonderful book that grows with your child; the poetry and the beautiful illustrations are delightful.