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    Publisher: Floris Books

    The Teeger That Cam For His Tea: The Tiger Who Came to Tea in Scots

    £6.99
    Celebrating its 50th roaring anniversary in 2018, Judith Kerr's much-loved picture book The Tiger Who Came to Tea gets a Scots makeover in this new edition. Have you seen a muckle, strippit teeger aboot?
    ISBN: 9781782504665
    AuthorJudith Kerr
    Pub Date18/01/2018
    BindingPaperback
    Pages32
    Availability: In Stock

    'There is a chap at the door jist as Sophie an her mum are sittin doon for their tea. Wha could it be? They dinna think it's a muckle, furry, strippit teeger -- that's for shair!'

    No children's bookshelf is complete without the classic The Tiger Who Came to Tea, but what if Sophie opened the door to find a teeger that's cam for his tea instead?
    Celebrating its 50th roaring anniversary in 2018, Judith Kerr's much-loved picture book is charmingly retold for the first time in Scots.
    Keeping all the iconic elements of the story, Scots expert Susan Rennie gives the words a lively Scots twist -- a plate of sandwiches becomes a 'hail plate o pieces' and the big, furry, stripy tiger becomes a 'muckle, furry, strippit teeger'.
    This bright and bonnie take on a childhood favourite is perfect for reading aloud with young children.

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    'There is a chap at the door jist as Sophie an her mum are sittin doon for their tea. Wha could it be? They dinna think it's a muckle, furry, strippit teeger -- that's for shair!'

    No children's bookshelf is complete without the classic The Tiger Who Came to Tea, but what if Sophie opened the door to find a teeger that's cam for his tea instead?
    Celebrating its 50th roaring anniversary in 2018, Judith Kerr's much-loved picture book is charmingly retold for the first time in Scots.
    Keeping all the iconic elements of the story, Scots expert Susan Rennie gives the words a lively Scots twist -- a plate of sandwiches becomes a 'hail plate o pieces' and the big, furry, stripy tiger becomes a 'muckle, furry, strippit teeger'.
    This bright and bonnie take on a childhood favourite is perfect for reading aloud with young children.