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‘This is a must read book for children interested in wild tigers. Prerna Bindra highlights the remarkable relationship between the mother and cubs in the most engaging of ways.’—Valmik Thapar
Tigers don’t talk (well, at least not in ‘people’ language). Tigers don’t have names either. But then T-Cub is a very special tiger cub and he wants to tell you his story. It’s about his life in a forest in India, and his animal friends (and foes) including monkeys, peacocks and elephants.
T-Cub is naughty, curious, lovable and brave (and sometimes scared too!). He is living the good life of a wild tiger—prowling the forest, loved by his Ma, teased by his sister. He is learning the ways of the jungle, to hunt, to be a tiger… And then one day his mother vanishes, and T-Cub learns another lesson—it isn’t easy being a tiger.
About the Author
Prerna Singh Bindra lives in a city, but is usually found wandering in forests, where she may get to meet tigers, elephants and other animals. She is a writer, a keen student of nature and a wildlife warrior who wants to save all wild animals and the wildernesses they live in. Prerna has played a role in protecting many pristine forests and is a strong voice for endangered wildlife. She dreams of a world where children retain their innate sense of wonder and there still exist wildernesses for them to explore.
Maya Ramaswamy is a wildlife artist based in Bangalore. A keen student of natural history and conservation, she worked as a volunteer for wildlife conservation as a schoolgirl. She has illustrated several books for Katha and Pratham Books.
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