Don’t Be a Bully, Little Tiger
For the youngest readers just starting school or day care, a playful story that teaches how a little kindness toward others can make a big difference.
Little Tiger is excited to go to school, but he doesn’t always know how to behave. Little Tiger can be quite bossy. If he wants something, he just takes it. His unruly nature intimidates everyone around him. But when his teacher gives him a gentle tip, he realizes that small changes can make a big difference and Little Tiger discovers that treating others well can be fun!
Carol Roth tells a sensitive story about a bully who learns to be considerate and yet remains true to himself. The Iranian-American artist Rashin illustrates the scenes with bold strokes and a pastel color palette.
a solid lesson in being a good classmate, enhanced by vibrant, childlike visuals.
"Colorful, childlike illustrations"
⭐ Youth Services Book Review, starred review
Many children can relate to little Tiger
Don’t Be a Bully, Little Tiger is a great lesson on how to get along with others. The illustrations are simple, colorful, and engaging. Younger readers will enjoy hearing about Little Tiger as well as want to read it on their own. The lesson portrayed is invaluable for pre-K and K-2nd. Little Tiger is a great way to teach inclusion, fairness, consideration of others, and how to be a good friend.
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