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Tigers & Tea With Toppy

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* "A powerful story of following one's dreams and passions, despite life's challenges." --School Library Journal, starred review

Rhoda loves spending time with Toppy. He is not only her beloved grandpa, but also the world-famous wildlife artist Charles R. Knight! Every outing with Toppy -- from visits to the American Museum of Natural History and the Central Park Zoo to tea
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Hardcover, 48 pages
Published September 25th 2018 by Scholastic Press
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Becky
First sentence: Fridays are the best days of the week. That's when Rhoda begins her weekends with Grandpa Toppy!

Premise/plot: Rhoda's Grandpa Toppy is famous wildlife artist Charles R. Knight. Readers learn more about him and his life work through the eyes of his granddaughter.

My thoughts: This is a nonfiction picture book. It doesn't fall into a traditional narrative pattern for a picture book biography. Readers learn facts about Charles R. Knight sure enough, but not in traditional way. He may
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Cindy Mitchell *Kiss the Book*
Tigers & Tea with Toppy by Barbara Kerley with Rhonda Knight Kalt, illustrated by Matte Stephens. PICTURE BOOK. Scholastic Press, 2018. $19. 9781338134278

BUYING ADVISORY: EL, MS, HS - ADVISABLE

AUDIENCE APPEAL: AVERAGE

Rhoda loves her weekends with her Toppy and Nonna. Her Toppy takes her to the Natural History Museum and the New York Zoo. All along the way he teaches her about art and looking and seeing, because her Toppy is a famous artist – Charles R. Knight.

Knight's personal story of pers
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Kristina Jean Lareau
This book has so much potential! There is a lot of great information and illustrations. But the author got bogged down in making this an autobiography and so the narrative is choppy and does not have a real overarching story. I want to love this book, but I also want it to have 1/3 fewer words and more of Toppy's artwork incorporated.
Emily
Sep 28, 2018 rated it really liked it
So sweet. Love real life based picture books!
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Barbara Kerley was born in Washington, D.C. and has lived in many places, including Nepal and the tropical island of Guam. She has written about almost everything: 19th C iguanodons, Teddy Roosevelt, world peace, Mark Twain's donkey, and the pleasure of following your curiosity.