Book Of The Day – Tiger and Mouse: The Gift of Helping Others

by Greg on July 23, 2012

Today’s Book of the Day is a Children’s Book with a perfect rating and it’s on sale! Tiger and Mouse The Gift of Helping Others by Theodore Allen Lightfoot has an outstanding 5.0 star rating and is on sale for only 99 cents – save $1!

If you have a little reader, make sure to check this one out while it’s on sale – the reviewers have nothing but high praise for this book.

“Everything my children love in their favorite books- engaging storyline, thought-provoking relationships between characters, and beautiful illustrations are found in this wonderful publication. The artistry alone is incredible.” Annie B. – Amazon Reviewer



Tiger and Mouse The Gift of Helping Others
by Theodore Allen Lightfoot
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Category: Children’s Book Ages 3 – 8
Price: $0.99 Save $1

 

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A rambunctious tiger cub and a hard working mouse cross paths one day in the jungle. A heartwarming story of friendship ensues.

Tiger is only interested in playing, but soon discovers there might be more he needs to do. What will he decide?

With an engaging story line and stunning illustrations, your child will love every page of this uplifting tale.

Here’s what the reviewers have to say:

This is really a fun book that contains a happy lesson about caring and sharing. It reminds me of the books that I grew up on as a kid, like Winnie the Pooh. The characters are warm, and the illustrations are fantastic. The book also teaches about responsibility, and the joy of demonstrating kindness towards those less fortunate. I know this will be a classic favorite of many kids in the future.

*******

This is a beautifully written and illustrated book that teaches the importance of friendship and caring for one another. No matter if you’re 1 or 100, everyone can learn something from the morals taught in this book. The discussion questions at the end of the book are well thought out and provide for further application of the values taught in the story. The artwork looks amazing both color and in black and white (I own an original Kindle and the pictures look wonderful on it despite the lack of color).

*******

What a wonderful book for the art of giving for children. My granddaughters love this book so much that I have to read it over and over to them. I recommend this book as a must have. We can’t wait for the next one to come out.

*******

This is a wonderful story to share with children. It teaches about the value of helping and demonstrates that all important concept of thinking of others in a fun, concrete, easy-to-understand way. My six-year old niece loved the book, especially the illustrations! I really appreciated the inclusion of the talking points at the end of the book. I’m anxiously awaiting further books from this author – and so is my niece!

*******

During a time where it seems most people are only worried about themselves and having fun, it is nice to read a heartwarming story about the joy of helping others!

Get Tiger And Mouse here: Tiger and Mouse The Gift of Helping Others

About The Author

Theodore Allen Lightfoot is the creator of two children’s book series: “The Hippo Campus” and “Tiger and Mouse.” He gains inspiration for his books from his two children, Asher, age 5 and Audrey, age 3, and wife Laura, who is an early childhood educator. After years of telling impromptu stories at his kids’ request, Lightfoot is thrilled to create stories to be enjoyed by all.

Lightfoot hopes his books inspire parents to interact with their kids and kids to become wiser, more thoughtful little people as a result. Parental interaction is the key to a child’s emotional security, intelligence, and success as an adult.

Reading a book together is one of the best activities for parents and children to do together. That’s why Lightfoot creates books and even suggests further activities and discussion items within them.

His favorite activities with his kids include going to the zoo and aquarium, baseball games, playing at the park, bike rides, and of course reading books. (His kids have pretty much exhausted the selection at the local library.) His son Asher is crazy about animals, which is why they appear in all his books. His daughter Audrey loves everything girly–from princesses to makeup to frilly dresses–so perhaps there’s a princess kid’s book in his future.

Lightfoot grew up and now resides in the Pacific Northwest where it rains a lot. Luckily, he can write no matter what the weather.

Thank you for considering today’s Book Of The Day – Theodore Allen Lightfoot and ENT appreciate it.

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