THE TIGER WHO CAME TO TEA by Judith Kerr

THE TIGER WHO CAME TO TEA

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KIRKUS REVIEW

After The Tiger in the Teapot (894, J-320), The Tiger Who Came to Tea has no teeth. He does have an appetite to match his oversize, and when he has eaten all the food in the house and drunk all the drinks, there is nothing for Sophie's family to do but go out for dinner, then stock up on Tiger Food in case he should come again. An insubstantial story illustrated in the scale and tones of a circus performance.

Pub Date: Sept. 17th, 1968
ISBN: 076364563X
Publisher: Coward-McCann