Big Enough to Help: Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
Becky Friedman & Jennifer Hamburg
Simon & Schuster, 2015 (2015)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
aniel's father is making the little tiger a playhouse and Daniel wants to help. While his father won't let Daniel use a hammer or screwdriver, there are other tasks Daniel can help with. He can hold things, paint, and hand his dad tools from the tool chest.
aniel's mother also is fixing a handle on the kitchen cabinet and she could use an extra hand. That's the perfect job for Daniel. The little tiger learns that while there are some jobs he isn't big enough to handle, there are others where he can jump right in and lend a hand.
growth chart is included with this paperback. Remove it from the book and you can use it to chart your little tiger's height as he/she grows taller each year.
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