'There's a Tiger in the Garden' Hardcover Board Book and 2 Tigerbom Seedboms
WINNER OF THE WATERSTONES CHILDRENS BOOK PRIZE 2017
When Grandma says she’s seen a tiger in the garden, Nora doesn’t believe her. She’s too old to play grandma’s silly games! Everyone knows that tigers live in jungles, not gardens. So even when Nora sees dragonflies as big as birds, and plants that try and eat her toy giraffe, and a polar bear that likes fishing, she knows there’s absolutely, DEFINITELY no way there could be a tiger in the garden . . . Could there?
- Author: Lizzy Stewart,
- Hardback Board Book: 30 pages
- Publisher: Frances Lincoln Children’s Books (7 April 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1847808069 ISBN-13: 9781847808066
- Dimensions: 15.9 x 1.8 x 18.3 cm
- RRP: £8.99
- Age Group: 4-7
About the Author
LIZZY STEWART has been a freelance illustrator since graduation from Edinburgh College of Art in 2009. In 2013 she completed an MA in Communication Design at Central St Martins. She was selected as one of It’s Nice That’s Graduates 2009 and was nominated for a British Comic Book Award in 2013. Her inspirations include folk culture, flora and fauna and life in far-flung cities and a compulsive need to tell stories. Lizzy lives in London, where she teaches on behalf of the National Portrait Gallery.
2 x ‘There’s a Tiger in the Garden’ Seedboms containing easy to grow flower mix inspired by orange and black tiger stripes. Grow a tiger in your garden!
Seedbom seed mix* – Black Cornflower, African Daisy Orange Glory, Rudbeckia and Californian Poppy.
Pull the pin and throw or drop Seedboms into areas that are in need of brightening up. Seedboms like bare soil, natural light and to be kept damp whilst growing. Full instructions are included on inside of each Seedbom sleeve.
Seedboms will biodegrade into the environment, leaving only plants behind.
If you don’t have a lot of space, you can even grow these wildflowers in pots. We recommend you choose one that’s at least 30 cm wide to give them enough space to thrive.
For best results, plant your Seedbom between March and June. If you want to get a head start on next year, plant them between August and October and wait to watch them bloom the following summer.
Spread: We recommend allowing approx 15cm all around the Seedbom for spreading.
Shelf life: For best results we recommend Seedboms are grown within 1 year of purchase.
Storage: Keep cool & dry
A Lizzy Stewart & Kabloom collaboration.