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Whenever Emily doesn't get her way, she growls and roars like a tiger. She roars when her mother tries to cut her hair, she roars when she doesn't get picked to be the clown's assistant at a birthday party...what are her mum and dad going to do with their tiger-daughter? Then Grandma comes to stay - and she knows a thing or two about tigers. This title shows children how to manage their own feelings of frustration and anger as they see how Emily develops her personal and social skills. Aimed at the grandparent market - it features a spirited and characterful grandmother!

Emily's Tiger Reviews | Toppsta

9781846861376
  • ISBN: 9781846861376
  • Pub Date: 1st March 2008
  • Publisher: Barefoot Books Ltd
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number of Pages: 32

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Miriam was born and brought up in St Albans, Hertfordshire and studied an Illustration degree at Bristol, achieving a 1st class honours in 2003. Wheelie Girl, her first book, was part of her final degree show and attracted a lot of interest from agents. Since graduating, Miriam has moved to Devon where she is already working on her next book.

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About Miriam Latimer

Miriam was born and brought up in St Albans, Hertfordshire and studied an Illustration degree at Bristol, achieving a 1st class honours in 2003. Wheelie Girl, her first book, was part of her final degree show and attracted a lot of interest from agents. Since graduating, Miriam has moved to Devon where she is already working on her next book.

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