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A Spot of Kindness

Alice Bianchi-Clark

Tiger has no stripes. Occasionally, he grows a new spot, but he doesn't know why. At school, he makes new friends every day with his acts of kindness, but when Zebra makes fun of his spots, Tiger feels small. For World Book Day, the librarian asks Tiger and his classmates to find the picture book that best represents them. Tiger decides to write his own, but his words only tell half the story. Zebra is fantastic at drawing. Could Tiger and Zebra overcome their differences to work together?

Book Details

  • Publisher: Marshall Cavendish Children
  • Publish Date: Apr 15th, 2025
  • Pages: 32
  • Language: English
  • Edition: undefined - undefined
  • Dimensions: 0.00in - 0.00in - 0.00in - 0.00lb
  • EAN: 9789815084931
  • Recommended age: 05-07
  • Categories: Social Themes - FriendshipSocial Themes - Values & Virtues

About the Author

Shruti Hemani is an architect and urban designer with a master's degree from the University of Nottingham. She worked with a Manchester-based design co-operative before moving back to India and pursuing a PhD in Design from IIT, Guwahati. At present she lives in Jaipur, where she worked as a faculty member for a postgraduate programme in urban design and later as an independent design consultant and illustrator. Alongside her professional career in urban design, she continues to follow her interest-- illustrating. She takes her work as a journey of discoveries and surprises, and enjoys experim Alice Bianchi-Clark is a collector of sorts. Italian by nationality, she has lived and worked in Rome, London, Paris, Beijing and Hong Kong. She currently resides in Singapore with her supportive husband, big-hearted son, menagerie of parrot fish and terrapins, balcony of flowers and library of picture books. Sharing brings her joy. This story was inspired by Alice's father, a philatelist, who started collecting stamps as a child, after the second world war. He scrimped, swapped and saved for sixty years until his collection spanned several continents and cultures. When his entire collection