Author Robin “Wobbley-Anne” Davis’s book “The Terrible Terrible Tiger” is a captivating children’s story that was told to the author by her late father, John R. VanOrman

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Recent release “The Terrible Terrible Tiger” from Page Publishing author Robin “Wobbley-Anne” Davis is a charming children’s story about a clever little bear who sends the Terrible Terrible Tiger away from the jungle for good.

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Robin “Wobbley-Anne” Davis, who was the co-owner and manager of All-American Deli, has completed her book “The Terrible Terrible Tiger”: a delightful children’s story about a group of jungle friends who are enjoying their day of singing together until the Terrible Terrible Tiger begins to roar.

Author Robin “Wobbley-Anne” Davis included vivid descriptions in this lively children’s story, writing, “Little Johnny was far enough away that the tiger didn’t know that he was still singing. Soon, some birds peaked out of their wings and looked at Johnny and said, ‘Wow, he’s not scared. Let’s us not be scared too.’ And so they started singing again.”

Published by Page Publishing, Robin “Wobbley-Anne” Davis’s thoughtful tale follows little Johnny Bear as he takes matters into his own paws to rid the jungle of the Terrible Terrible Tiger.

Robin “Wobbley-Anne” Davis, who had two children and was the stepmom of three boys, passed away on January 10, 2019. Robin was unable to have her book published before her death, so her husband, Lloyd Davis, had this book published on her behalf in honor of her memory.

Readers who wish to experience this memorable work can purchase “The Terrible Terrible Tiger” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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