Dappled Annie and the Tigrish

Dappled Annie and the Tigrish A Beautiful Story Of Nature, Family, Bravery, And A Touch Of Something Magical There Are Faces In The Hedge At The End Of The Garden, And A Nest Of Tiny Fantails, And That S Where Nine Year Old Annie Gets To Play One Hot Summer While Her Father Works Up A The Lighthouse One After Another, An Earthquake And A Terrible Wind Leave Annie With Losses That Seem Irreplaceable, And Her Little Brother Robbie Emerges As The Only Person Who Can Help Her Find What She S Lost Him And The Tigrish Annie talks to the hedges there are lovely hiding places inside them, and each of the varied bushes that have intertwined to become the hedge has its own personality.I liked this little children s book It moves into fantasy very quickly the hedges truly are alive, and they teach Annie to talk to all sorts of creatures They also teach her about the Tigrish, although Tiger ish is Annie s own word for this creature, which appears in different guises Annie and her little broth
Twas kind of boring but okay Nine year old Annie must take care of her younger brother Robbie while her parents are busy When a fierce wind blows away a nest with baby birds in it, it s up to Annie and her new friends Mr and Mrs Hedge, and the fierce tigrish to find the nest and save the nestlings Strangely, the nest ends up being on the lighthouse where her father works Annie
A lovely flight of the imagination I d love to read it aloud to a group of 8 9 year olds, especially those who love pretend games and who are surrounded in nature, I can see them being transported into Annie s world Beautifully produced and lovely to hold this is a really sweet book Annie is a de
Wow What a great story Can t wait til Tommy reads it so I can discuss it with him.I especially love the walking bushes, Mr and Mrs Hedge And Robbie The little scoundrel What a great story Would be great for the 3rd 5th grade book club, if only they had enough copies in the Allegheny County
This is at once delicate with lovely language and robust with a fairly taut adventure Great for reading aloud The tigrish is a magical tiger who can fly and looks after the children who are searching for lost baby birds which were blown awa
This book is lovely but has a small audienceSoon to be ten years old Annie lives in New Zealand, where her father tends a lighthouse and she explores nature, until one day, an earthquake comes and the trees in the hedgerow near her house not only talk but walk, l
Interesting book. I abandoned when I realized the characters Annie were talking to weren t actually people but rather bushes in a hedge.

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  • Hardcover
  • 136 pages
  • Dappled Annie and the Tigrish
  • Mary McCallum
  • 22 April 2019
  • 9781877579950