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  • ISBN: 1786072823
  • ISBN: 9781786072825
  • Physical Description: 160 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.
  • Publisher: London : Oneworld Publications, 2017.

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General Note: Translated from the Italian.
Originally published: La tigre e l'acrobata. Milano : La nave di Teseo, 2016.
Summary, etc.: Little Tiger is not like other tigers. Not content to spend her days alone, roaming the snow forests of Siberia hunting prey, she prefers instead to ponder the ways of the world. One day, eager to discover her own place within it, she sets out on a remarkable journey to discover the secret of life, and to meet the creatures she has heard most about: humans. A moving tale of bravery and spirit, The Tiger and the Acrobat is a celebration of the power of friendship, and a testament to the courage it takes to be true to ourselves.
Language Note:
Translated from the Italian.

  • Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2018 January #1
    As a cub in the Siberian taiga, Little Tiger tried to follow her mother's teachings. She learned about the dangers of the river in winter and how to hunt for life-sustaining prey. But one lesson seemed to have eluded her. Humans, her mother warned, were to be avoided at all costs. Yet for Little Tiger, humans held an alluring fascination. So it was that she befriended a woodcutter, even living in his cabin until she was captured by hunters, who transported her to a circus. There she met a young acrobat who helped her define her dreams and escape captivity. Back in the wild, Little Tiger gains wisdom and understanding, not only of her own true nature but of the essence of all life and the healing powers of time's passage. Enhanced by enchanting pencil illustrations, best-selling Italian writer Tamaro's beguiling parable is a paean to the power of friendship and a testament to the resiliency of the individual spirit, whatever form the body takes. Copyright 2018 Booklist Reviews.

Author Notes

Susanna Tamaro has written numerous books, including the bestselling Follow Your Heart, which has sold over 16 million copies in 40 countries. She works for various humanitarian causes and lives on a self-sufficient farm in the Umbrian countryside.

Nicoleugenia Prezzavento studied performing arts at the University of Bologna. She works as a theatre director, playwright, translator and editor. She lives between Sicily and Milan.

Vicki Satlow is a literary agent and translator. Originally from Boston, Massachusetts, she is now based in Milan.

Subject: Human-animal relationships Fiction
Tiger Fiction
Genre: Novellas.
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