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Tyger Tales

Average rating
5 out of 5
Based on 6 Ratings and 3 Reviews

Book Description
Some kids just disappear. Their fates forever unknown. But Colin Thatcher, a fourteen-year-old African-American boy from Oakland, California, and his best friend Ralpa, an awesomely fat Tibetan boy, discover the fate of some of the missing kids when the two of them are captured to be used as actors in twisted films, strange comic books, and VR games. The secret film studio lies deep und... More
Book Information
PublisherOrchard House Press
BindingPaperback (2 editions)
Reading LevelYoung Adults
# of Pages232
Publication Date09/01/2007
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About Jess Mowry (Author) : I'm the author of Way Past Cool, Phat Acceptance, Voodu Dawgz and Skeleton Key as well as other novels for and about black kids and teens, such as Six Out Seven, Babylon Boyz, Rats In The Trees, Ghost... more
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12/26/2008 Mark Dennis said:
In his young adult novel, Tyger Tales, Jess Mowry makes use of the classic “parallel world” device, although his is no bucolic hundred acre wood in any classical sense. As usual, his world is dystopian, involving society’s misfits and cast-offs in a reeking, dangerous, squalid wasteland. Mowry... more

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