Fox the Tiger (My First I Can Read) (Paperback)

By Corey R. Tabor, Corey R. Tabor (Illustrator)

Balzer + Bray, 9780062398673, 32pp.

Publication Date: August 14, 2018

List Price: 4.99*
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Description

Fun-loving, mischievous Fox wishes he were a tiger. Tigers are big and fast and sneaky. So he decides to become one!

Soon Turtle and Rabbit are joining in the fun. But will Fox want to be a tiger forever?

In Fox the Tiger, this winning trickster character and his animal friends learn that the best thing to be is yourself.

Fox the Tiger is a My First I Can Read book, which means it’s perfect for shared reading with a child. Other Fox books include: Fox Is Late, Fox and the Jumping Contest, and Fox and the Bike Ride.



About the Author

Corey R. Tabor is a skateboard-riding, beard-growing, book-devouring illustrator. He creates his illustrations with pencil and watercolor and a dose of digital wizardry. Corey lives in Seattle with his lovely wife and spends his time making pictures and stories, including his debut picture book, Fox and the Jumping Contest, and its companion, Fox and the Bike Ride. You can visit him online at www.coreyrtabor.com.



Corey R. Tabor is a skateboard-riding, beard-growing, book-devouring illustrator. He creates his illustrations with pencil and watercolor and a dose of digital wizardry. Corey lives in Seattle with his lovely wife and spends his time making pictures and stories, including his debut picture book, Fox and the Jumping Contest, and its companion, Fox and the Bike Ride. You can visit him online at www.coreyrtabor.com.



Praise For Fox the Tiger (My First I Can Read)

PRAISE FOR FOX AND THE JUMPING CONTEST: “The text is drily witty, and the comical illustrations, rendered in pencils, watercolors, and ink and assembled digitally, are energetic and appealing. Kids may want to have jumping contests of their own after reading this-just omit jetpacks.”
— Kirkus Reviews

PRAISE FOR FOX AND THE JUMPING CONTEST:  “Tabor’s picture-book debut doesn’t carry a lesson per se, but it does have plenty of laughs and utterly sweet illustrations. While Fox’s friends aren’t pleased to learn about his scheme, things (mostly) work out in the end.”
— Booklist