Go Get 'Em, Tiger! (A Hello!Lucky Book) (Board book)

Go Get 'Em, Tiger! (A Hello!Lucky Book) By Hello!Lucky, Sabrina Moyle, Eunice Moyle (Illustrator) Cover Image

Go Get 'Em, Tiger! (A Hello!Lucky Book) (Board book)

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From Sabrina and Eunice Moyle, the superstar Hello!Lucky creators of My Mom Is Magical! And My Dad Is Amazing!, comes Go Get ’Em Tiger!, a beautiful color-illustrated board book that perfectly celebrates every milestone.

Celebrate everything that makes you a rising star! From kindness and curiosity to playfulness and positivity, this book is a paw-some salute to anyone reaching a life milestone.

The Hello!Lucky team brings their signature humor and colorful style to this inspirational book celebrating accomplishments big and small. It’s a purr-fect reminder that fierce and bold, young or old, you’re one cool cat!
Hello!Lucky is all about using creativity to spread joy, fun, and kindness. Founded by sisters Eunice and Sabrina Moyle in 2003, Hello!Lucky is an award-winning letterpress greeting card and design studio working with dozens of partners to create products, including Abrams’s pun-derful children’s books: My Mom Is Magical!, My Dad Is Amazing!, Super Pooper and Whizz Kid: Potty Power!, Kindness Rules!, Christmas Is Awesome!, Go Get ‘Em, Tiger!, Thanks a Ton!, Sloth and Smell the Roses, You Are Fantastic!, School Is Cool!, Bananas for You!, and Halloween Is a Treat! They also offer bedding, ceramics, socks, stationery, custom photo albums, and more. Hello!Lucky is based in San Francisco.
Product Details ISBN: 9781419743368
ISBN-10: 1419743368
Publisher: Harry N. Abrams
Publication Date: April 11th, 2023
Pages: 30
Language: English
Series: A Hello!Lucky Book
"Each spread inside gives readers a boost. . . Congratulatory cheerleading and wise whimsy to celebrate accomplishments of all sorts."—Kirkus

"An exclamatory celebration of inner strength and possibility." Publishers Weekly

"The dynamic illustrations may attract young readers, and the message is universally affirming to all readers"—School Library Journal