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Good quality, nice pictures, but no story to write home about and too expensive for what you are getting.
Or so I thought. BUT, this is among the few favourite books of my two toddlers aged 2 and 3. I don't understand it, but that doesn't matter. They are obsessed with susie and the tiger, it makes them smile when they are sad, so it's a five starrer.
2.0 out of 5 starsStory is not catchy for two year old kid
Reviewed in India on 1 September 2021
I thought the story will have some moral and it would more interesting .But it was just ok product. Pictures are good .It's just suitable for under two year kid to show the pictures .For the child who developed some conscience they won't find it logical.my two year kid didn't lik it
If you are buying this story, buy the book - do not buy the Kindle version. The Kindle only works landscape and cuts the drawings in half, across multiple pages and puts text over the drawings, it makes it impossible to read and enjoy.
A waste of £2.99 - wish I had paid a little more and bought the book.
I like that it's a story about a big tiger that just suddenly shows up at the door and is welcomed in to the house to eat loads and loads. I do however feel that the book displays some now rather dated gender roles. Housewife being troubled what to serve daddy for supper when he comes home as the tiger has eaten it all. Daddy comes home and decides that this is an evening they can all go out to eat... Don't know, not that it is really terrible, just doesn't really reflect our family, and again feels a little dated and too engendered.