Tiger is a very lucky kid: she has a monster living under her bed. Every night, Tiger and Monster play games until its time for lights out. Of course, Monster would never try to scare Tigerthats not what best friends do.But Monster needs to scare someoneits a monster, after all. So while Tiger sleeps, Monster scares all of her nightmares away. Thanks to her friend, Tiger has...
|Title||:||Tiger vs. Nightmare|
|Number of Pages||:||64 pages|
Tiger vs. Nightmare Reviews
Amazing! Simply Amazing. Tiger has a best friend that everyone thinks is imaginary, but Tiger knows better. And his best friend is amazing. He keeps watch at night so Tiger gets a great night’s sleep. His most frightens all the nightmares away. But sometimes a nightmare is just too big, and needs more than one person to make it go away. The story is simple for even the youngest child, but it is the illustrations that make the story so great. The illustrator does an amazing job making some nightm ...more
This is a cute graphic novel for young readers. Tiger has a monster under his bed, but this monster is different. He does not want to scare Tiger, so instead he helps Tiger by keeping his nightmares away. They even play together and Tiger always brings him something to eat after dinner. His parents think he is make believe, but they do not discourage him. When one of his nightmares is so big, monster can't scare him away. Tiger can't sleep and he is scared. Finally he and monster come up with a ...more
Tiger has a friend Monster. Monster came when Tiger was really little and was supposed to scare him, but instead Monster decided to stay. Now Tiger and Monster share food, games, and then at night Monster scares away the nightmares. But one night a nightmare comes along that is a bit too much for Monster. Can Tiger and Monster figure out how to deal with this nasty nightmare?
Awww, Monster and Tiger are adorable friends. I like the way they tackle problems together and figure out a way to keep th ...more
5 Stars is not enough for this book. It is a story of a little girl tiger and her imaginary friend who protects her from nightmares. To say more would deprive the new reader from experiencing the profound charm and wisdom of the story. Tetri's astounding water color and pencil illustrations are deeply moving. There are many sweet stories about helping our children overcome their fear of monsters at night. Tiger vs. Nightmare is one of a kind and worthy of permanent home libraries and gift lists. ...more
Ever since Tiger and Monster met it was always the same routine: Monster would eat, they would play, and Monster would fend off nightmares while Tiger slept. Until one night the nightmare was too big.
The two would have to team up for this one. Soothing tea and relaxing bedtime stories for Tiger. Armor for Monster. But it didn’t work. So they tried a new plan; which would lead to a new routine and a better friendship.
Their friendship is the point of the story, and to accompany it Tetri adds a nic ...more
I read an ARC via NetGalley. This graphic novel for beginning readers is about a young tiger who works with the monster under her bed to scare away nightmares. The watercolor artwork was evocative, but may be a little scary for picture book readers. However, it is perfect for ages 5-8. Recommended for young readers dealing with nightmares. A quick and cute read.
I had finished the book I was reading during my break at the library, so I didn't have anything to read to try to kill the time, so I found this cute and short little graphic novel in our juvenile section. It's so short and has such a small amount of words, it's surprising it isn't considered a picture book. But because it isn't, I'm counting it as a book I read because technically it's a graphic novel!! :-)
This book was adorable and with a really great lesson. It's about a monster who lives und ...more
Man oh man, ladies and gents! This book is absolutely adorable! Filled with themes of best friends, bravery, conquering your fears, and nighttime terrors, this is such a special work that should be on all bookshelves. I think one of the greatest things about this novel is its fresh take on monsters under the bed, and what it means to face your own nightmares. This work could very easily become the new textbook on managing nightmares with children because it is such an exceptional and accessible ...more