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Really Rather Wild My Mum's a Tiger
Really Rather Wild My Mum's a Tiger

Really Rather Wild - My Mum's a Tiger

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A heart-warming children’s story, written by Kate Claxton and illustrated by Angela Mayers, about Eliza and her excitement telling everyone that her mum is a tigerRead more
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Really Rather Wild - My Mum's a Tiger

A heart-warming children’s story written by Kate Claxton and beautifully illustrated by Angela Mayers. This kids book about a young girl called Eliza, and her excitement at telling everyone she meets that her mum is a tiger! But without the typical tiger traits – big paws, long tail and sharp claws… what makes Eliza’s mum a tiger?

Written full of humour and warmth by Kate Claxton and illustrated by Angela Mayers, My Mum’s a Tiger is a cleverly written children’s book, with a powerful message to embrace the skin you’re in, with a wild take on tackling body confidence, diversity, and inclusion.

  • Published by Really Rather Wild
  • Written by Kate Claxton
  • Illustrated by Angela Mayers


Teaching empathy, ambition and instilling a wild imagination into children from a young age, Really Rather Wild is a children’s story publisher founded by Kate Claxton in Wiltshire, UK, writing and recommending inspiring, wild stories for little ones to enjoy. These kid’s stories tackle very real body issues young children face in the modern world, normalising every type of body and encouraging open discussions, and encouraging self-love of the skin you’re in.


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