I Spy a Tiger

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Worship daily in rhyme, reading I Spy a Tiger with the young ones in your life. On this colorful journey, introduce them to Adam’s beloved naming of the animal kingdom, God’s awesome design, along with a bit of His humor too! I Spy a Tiger invites young and old alike, “There is so much for us to see and explore! Go on … have a look … it’s right out your door!”

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Worship daily in rhyme, reading I Spy a Tiger with the young ones in your life. On this colorful journey, introduce them to Adam’s beloved naming of the animal kingdom, God’s awesome design, along with a bit of His humor too! I Spy a Tiger invites young and old alike, “There is so much for us to see and explore! Go on … have a look … it’s right out your door!”

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Weight 0.286 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 × 0.11430 × 8.5 in
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1 review for I Spy a Tiger

  1. Mary

    This bright and colorful picture book about various animals, with its whimsical illustrations of the creatures, will be fun for children to read or listen to. I thought the narrative would be more realistic, but it borders on silly at times, with anthropomorphic actions for some of God’s creatures, making one wonder if the scenes were chosen just to make the lines rhyme, and the very first page had a grammar error with the authorial I. Perhaps it would be better written all in third person. I would have preferred a more factual approach, which is what I expected from the opening words that introduce the text. The rhythm is fun, but it could be stronger in places for a richer reading experience. Little ones won’t notice these deficiencies and will simply enjoy the funny scenarios. I do appreciate the acknowledgement of God as the Creator of all. I received a copy from Celebrate Lit. All opinions are my own.

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