Nalah and the Pink Tiger by Anne Sawyer-Aitch

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     Nalah and the Pink Tiger is about a rambunctious little girl who lives so intensely in her imagination that grown-ups view her as a troublemaker. Things come to a head when, in addition to all the exotic animals that Nalah has “placed” in the house, a pink tiger “follows” her home from the zoo and creates havoc.(-synopsis)

Nalah is a little girl with a very vivid imagination.  Throughout the book she talks to the imaginary animals that live in her house and cause trouble.  There’s a pig that lives in her bathroom and makes her stay in the bath for too long, and an emu who lives in the dining room and loves to eat Nalah’s peas and carrots.

Then one day Nalah meets a pink tiger who follows her home.  The tiger does not get along with the other “animals” in her house and begins to turn the house upside down.  With beautiful illustrations and bold colors, this is a book that children will love to read.

I give this book 4 out of 5 stars.

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