3 edition of The tiger and the woodpecker found in the catalog.
The tiger and the woodpecker
1984 by (Middlesex Polytechnic, Multicultural Study Centre) in London .
Written in English
Parallel English text and Bengali translation.
|Statement||retold by Aruna Ajitsaria ; illustrated by Judy Cobden ; (Bengali translation by Kalyan Dutt).|
|Contributions||Cobden, Judy., Middlesex Polytechnic. Multicultural Study Centre.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||19|
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To which the bird only replied, “But tiger you should count yourself lucky, for I could easily take away the other eye too!” MORAL OF THE STORY: YOU GET WHAT YOU GIVE.
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Authors Notes. In the original story, "The Tiger and the Woodpecker," the Woodpecker took out the Tiger's eye and the story ended.
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