For 30 years, Little Tiger has been discovering and nurturing exceptional writing and illustrating talent with whom we create humorous, touching and imaginative picture books which provide a satisfying reading experience for child and parent alike.
Warm, bright, bold and appealing picture books include humor, drama and imagination to captivate readers.
Shaggy Dog And The Terrible Itch
Shaggy Dog has a terrible itch. He scratches and scratches, but the Itch just won’t go away. He asks Mimi, the poodle to help. “Urgh! Scratch your back, no thank you!” Luckily, Farmer Gertie and Merv from the café help him - but still the Itch stays put. In desperation, Shaggy Dog runs into the Poodle Parlour for a good shampoo. Will Shaggy Dog ever get rid of his terrible itch? And if so, where will it go?
Snuggle Up Sleepy Ones
All the baby animals - from little hippo to the mischievous monkeys - are snuggling down for the night in this beautiful bedtime rhyme illustrated in stunning pastels.
The Crunching Munching Caterpillar
A very hungry caterpillar spends all his time munching leaves, but he longs to fly like the birds and the butterflies. Then, after a long winter sleep, he wakes up to find he has changed into a beautiful butterfly! The bright colourful pictures by the award-winning illustrator of THE VERY LAZY LADYBIRD make this charming tale about a hungry caterpillar perfect for a parent and child to share.
It is time for baby lions to go to sleep. “Quiet!” roars Pa Lion. And all is quiet in the jungle. Now all Pa Lion has to do is make sure that none of the noisy jungle animals wake up his sleeping baby lion. This sweet and funny story from the author of CHARLIE’S SUPERHERO UNDERPANTS and the illustrator of GIRAFFES CAN’T DANCE is bursting with colour and energy. The bright and playful pictures will engage toddlers and Pa Lion’s hilarious efforts to keep the noisy jungle animals quiet will keep them amused for hours. The imaginative rhythmic story will help to increase the word power of pre-schoolers and is perfect for a parent to read aloud to their child.
Tiddler was always fidgeting. He wriggled and squiggled, he darted and giggled, until his mum said to him, "Go out and swim until you are tired, but watch out for the Big Fish." So Tiddler swam out into the deep sea, where he met limpets and jellyfish, a starfish and a crab. He went further still, until he came to a big, dark cave...