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The Boy and the Tigers

Written by Helen BannermanAuthor Alerts:  Random House will alert you to new works by Helen Bannerman
Illustrated by Valeria PetroneAuthor Alerts:  Random House will alert you to new works by Valeria Petrone


· Golden Books
· Hardcover · Ages 3-7 years
· January 13, 2004 · $3.99 · 978-0-375-82719-8 (0-375-82719-6)

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When a little boy named Rajani ventures into the jungle, he runs into several tigers who make him give them his fine new red coat, blue trousers, purple shoes with crimson linings, and even his green umbrella! But Rajani outsmarts the tigers in the end, in this kinder retelling of Helen Bannerman’s Little Black Sambo. New illustrations and non-offensive names and character depictions make this story lovable again.

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