Reviewed by: Mojomums reviewer Grace, age 8
What they say: Tiger cubs Bittu and Matti, together with old Uncle Raj and their mother Tala, might have saved their beloved Tigeropolis, but they soon discover there’s much more to running a successful wildlife park than posing for the odd picture and uploading it to ‘Tigerbook’.
From the reappearance of an old foe from Uncle Raj’s past, to coming up with inventive ways to draw in the crowds, the family of vegetarian tigers have their hands full trying to make the reopening of Tigeropolis the roaring success they want it to be.
Tigeropolis: The Grand Opening engages children aged 8-12 in the importance of protecting our environment – and, of course, the tiger – in a fun, educational and entertaining way. Full of witty takes on what life might be like for the modern tiger and charming illustrations, Tigeropolis: The Grand Opening is the second book in the acclaimed Tigeropolis series.
What we say: Yvonne (Grace’s mum): “Grace really enjoyed reading the book she wouldn’t put it down and was desperate to finish it. She loved the characters especially Bittu and Matti, and it was totally different to the normal books she reads.
This is what Grace said “It was such a fun book to read, it also taught me about a different country and the animals that live there. I loved the tigers and I can’t wait to read the next one!”
For more information about the Tigeropolis series visit www.tigeropolis.co.uk