Oh, No! employs a bold, black-outlined style of art that contrasts dramatically from that in Sleep Like A Tiger (although it too, leaves no white space on the page). The content differs dramatically too, with the tiger taking his more usual place as a jungle predator, trying to trap his prey in a hole. At the end, the tiger gets his comeuppance. The refrain "oh, no!," the repetitive language, and the onomatopoeic sounds give this book a rhythm all its own that is sure to appeal to the toddler and preschool set.
Read to Tiger lacks the fine-art quality illustrations of the above two books, but the illustrations are sweet and the story appealing. A little boy is trying to read his book and keeps being interrupted by a tiger (seemingly a stand-in for a younger sibling, although I doubt children would pick up on that). Tiger tries to be quiet but just can't help himself from choo-choo-ing as a train or hi-ya-ing as he practices karate. A solution that pleases everyone is found in the end, with the little boy reading to Tiger, who is curled up against him.
What other books feature tigers? Are they recent or from your childhood?