Don't Wake Up the Tiger

Don t Wake Up the Tiger Tiger is fast asleep But oh dear she s completely blocking the way Just how will the animals get past without waking her up Luckily Frog has an excellent idea Holding his balloon he floats right ove

  • Title: Don't Wake Up the Tiger
  • Author: Britta Teckentrup
  • ISBN: 9780763689964
  • Page: 440
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Tiger is fast asleep But oh dear she s completely blocking the way Just how will the animals get past without waking her up Luckily, Frog has an excellent idea Holding his balloon, he floats right over sleeping Tiger Fox is next, followed by Tortoise, Mouse, and Stork, but it will be tricky for them all to get past without Tiger noticing It s good that the readeTiger is fast asleep But oh dear she s completely blocking the way Just how will the animals get past without waking her up Luckily, Frog has an excellent idea Holding his balloon, he floats right over sleeping Tiger Fox is next, followed by Tortoise, Mouse, and Stork, but it will be tricky for them all to get past without Tiger noticing It s good that the reader is there to help keep Tiger asleep, but where exactly are the animals going with all those big shiny balloons

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    About “Britta Teckentrup

    • Britta Teckentrup

      Britta Teckentrup was born in Germany and moved to England in 1988 She is the author and illustrator of many books for children She now lives in Berlin with her husband and young son.

    687 thoughts on “Don't Wake Up the Tiger


    • Check out more picture book reviews @ Perspective of a WriterTiger is fast asleep completely blocking the way the other animals want to go. Luckily they brought a bunch of balloons with them. First frog then fox followed by tortoise, mouse and stork make their way across the sleeping tiger, will they make it? Maybe if the reader helps out!This was chosen by my nephew's uncle and so I had no hand in picking it out I was so pleasantly surprised by how cute and fun and best of all interactive this [...]


    • An interactive book along the lines ofPress Here without being as obvious. The animals must sneak by a sleeping Tiger and need the reader's help to do so!



    • A bevy of animals are trying to get by a sleeping tiger with some helium balloons, but they need some help from the reader. We're encouraged to soothe the tiger by rubbing her nose or help blow a dipping balloon across, for example. Sweet with a happy twist.



    • Tiger was fast asleep. The animals are wanting to try and get around her but she is sleeping in way. The animals try all different kinds of methods to get around her- the frog floats over, the fox is slightly heavier so they have to blow, the stork has long legs so was able to stretch over. Then, the balloon pops and Tiger is woken. But she wakes to a party the other animals were arranging. Don't wake up the Tiger has some points which can lead to another subject. Having a number of balloons, ch [...]


    • This is such a cute book. It is about a Tiger that is fast asleep and blocking the way for some animals carrying balloons. They need to get past him. The frog floats over, the fox is heavier so they need to blow, and the stork has long legs so the stork could stretch over. The reader needs to participate helping to get over the tiger. Some things they come up with are petting the tiger, rubbing his stomach, and blowing. Children can easily do these simple tasks. This would be a good book to use [...]


    • This is such a good book for young readers. The children can really understand the plot progression as we meet each new character. The book has a happy and light ending which allows for the enjoyment of young children. The way the book is written allows for reader interaction throughout the story. The interactive elements encourage children to become enthralled in the story. I highly recommend this book for young readers who love to stand and up and interact with their educator or even their fam [...]


    • The animals need to get their balloons into the surprise room but Tiger is in the way! Several clever animals use the balloons to float across until Stork accidentally pops a balloon and Tiger wakes up!This is a good book for reminding children to be quiet when others are sleeping.It is also a good book to read on a child's birthday.It is also one of the interactive books where children have to follow the instructions on the page to try and keep the tiger asleep.


    • I loved reading this book. It was interactive and I would definitely use this book in my future classroom. The book involves keeping a tiger asleep and in order to do so, the person reading the book has to do several things to keep it from happening. You could use this as a read aloud during circle time and have all the students do what the book is asking. I would recommend this book to a teacher looking for an interactive read aloud. It's perfect for a group of children .


    • This book is about a tiger who is sleeping but doesn't want to be woken up. This book has a lot of main characters.There was the tiger, for, fox, tortoise, mouse and a stork. All of the animals are trying to get over the tiger because he is in the middle of the path. So these animals get shiny balloons to get over the tiger. This book would be great for the children because the pictures are amazing and it always helps to show children that teamwork is good!


    • This book is a good example of team work. The animals had a conflict, because they didn’t know how to cross the pathway without waking up the tiger. Therefore, they came up with the idea of floating across the tiger with their balloon. But, eventually the tiger woke up when the mouse landed on him. Once he was wide awake, all the animals yelled Happy Birthday to the tiger. The balloons ended up being for him, they were surprising him.


    • This is a cute interactive book for the very young. Tiger is asleep and blocking the way for some animals carrying balloons. The reader needs to participate in helping them get over the tiger: petting the tiger, rubbing his stomach, blowing, etc. All things that young children should love to do. There is an ending that should bring about a smile. The illustrations are bright, simple, and fun.


    • Story about animals trying to cross over their friend the tiger without waking her up. Digital illustrations include two different textures. The story encourages physical interaction from the listener to help keep the tiger asleep. Repetition is a fundamental of the story as each animal attempts the same thing in a slightly different way


    • Shhh! Don't wake up the tiger! Not with the many balloons floating around, not with tiptoeing feet, not with scoots or tumbles. Readers will have to help.You might think you know why it's important not to wake the tiger. (You might be wrong.)Fun for storytimes with several different themes, some of which might spoil the ending.


    • Fun, but I think it'd be much better as a one-on-one read, as having a whole gang of children trying to leap up and pet the tiger's nose can be disruptive. But cute minimal illustrations and the kids did do a very good job interacting with the book.


    • Finally another tiger book, and it has bright colorful illustrations. No one wants to wake the tiger, so the animals in this book come up with mostly sensible ways to get around him.However the shaking/moving/doing something with the book (think "Press Here") is starting to be over done imho.


    • Almost as gooey as Pat the Bunny. Interesting twist that the tiger is a she, and the ending will be a surprise twist to some.


    • I have never read "Don't Wake the Bear, Hare!"by Steve Smallman and Caroline Pedler circa 2011. But the story sounds pretty much exactly the same. Nice idea. Almost a children's playground idea.Adore Britta's illustrations.


    • This is a sweet story, where your child gets to help keep the tiger asleep by petting, singing a lullaby, and rubbing her tummy. When she inevitable wakes up, you discover a surprise ending. Great for birthday and toddler storytimes!


    • Not really a big mystery kinda guy with trying to figure out how to get around a tiger. Its cute but just not my choice of book.



    • An interactive picture book about some animals trying to not wake a tiger while preparing a surprise. Similar to Tap the Magic Tree, this will be a popular title for the preschool crowd.



    • A lovely interactive book about a group of animals trying to get past a sleeping tiger with the help of balloons and the reader




    • fun read aloud, another interactive one. and I personall love that the tiger is a girl, its the little things that make me happy. :)



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