Tiger in My Soup (Paperback)

Tiger in My Soup By Kashmira Sheth, Jeffrey Ebbeler (Illustrator) Cover Image

Tiger in My Soup (Paperback)

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An adventurous boy defeats an unlikely foe in this story of reading, imagination, and tigers!

Sometimes it's almost impossible to get your big sister to read your favorite book to you. Sometimes you have to go to great lengths even to get her attention! But if you're really creative and use your imagination, you might just get what you want. Take care, though, not to go too far. Once you conjure up a tiger, there's no telling where it might lead...

Author Kashmira Sheth brings readers a humorous, reading-centered story of the dynamic between a younger brother and older sister.
Kashmira Sheth was born in India with Guajarati as her mother tongue and began learning English in fifth grade. She had lived in Bhavnagar and Mumbai before moving to United States when she was seventeen to attend Iowa State University, where she received a BS in microbiology. Before becoming an author Kashmira had many different jobs, including running a dance school and choreographing and performing Indian dances, working in a bakery, and working as a food microbiologist. She is the author of several picture books, chapter books, and middle grade and young adult novels. Taking inspiration from her own life and experiences, much of Kashmira's work centers on Indian culture and features Indian and Indian American characters.

Jeffrey Ebbeler, a graduate of Art Academy of Cincinnati, has been creating art for children for almost twenty years and has illustrated over fifty books. After college he worked for a puppet theater sculpting marionettes and performing. He also created many large-scale animal puppets for the Central Park Zoo. He lives in Ohio.
Product Details ISBN: 9781561458905
ISBN-10: 1561458902
Publisher: Peachtree
Publication Date: September 1st, 2015
Pages: 32
Language: English
★ "In the current run of titles about older siblings feeding younger ones, this one stands out for its inventive imagery."—Kirkus Reviews, Starred Review

"Action shots of the narrator defending himself against the menacing cat move the story along, while the girl's inability to see her brother's plight adds some comic relief. This is a good story to show how readers can get wrapped up in a book."—School Library Journal

★ "Ebbeler truly knocks it out of the park, gleefully building on Sheth's prose with dynamic perspectives, a realistically detailed (and menacing) tiger, abundant visual hyperbole, and unexpected delights on nearly every page."—Publishers Weekly, Starred Review