How To Be A Tiger

By George Szirtes

A wonderfully inventive poetry collection for younger readers, covering a range of topics from the ordinary to the outrageous!

"The tiger growls, its eyes ablaze, but we too have our tiger ways, we too can pad through the dark wood of the cosmic neighbourhood." Leap with hares, call out to the sun, run with the wind, pull silly faces with monkeys, watch out for the bear in the bathroom and meet a burping princess! A fantastic new collection for younger children from a prize-winning poet. These poems are perfect for curious young minds, ready for adventures.

  • Very well-known, multi-award-winning poet.
  • “This is what real poetry for children is all about…challenging, mysterious, lyrical [and] profoundly thought provoking.” – Fiona Waters
  • On reading George Szirtes’ poetry: “The world wasn’t the same again.” Michael Rosen

About the author

George Szirtes is a widely acclaimed Hungarian-born British poet. He has won a variety of prizes for his work, including the T. S. Eliot Prize, for his collection Reel and the 2013 CLPE Prize for his children’s collection: In the Land of the Giants. His translations from Hungarian poetry, fiction and drama have also won numerous awards. George Szirtes lives in Wymondham, Norfolk, and teaches at the University of East Anglia. This is his first collection with Otter-Barry Books.

ISBN: 9781910959206
Imprint: Otter-Barry Books
Distributor: Walker Australia-HEDS
Binding: Paperback
Release Date: May 1, 2017
Dimensions: 129 x 198mm, 96pp
Stock Status: Confirmed
Australian RRP: $14.99
New Zealand RRP: $16.99
Stock Level: In Stock

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