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kindle æ TIgers In The Forest â 21 pages ¾ insolpro À ❮PDF❯ ⚦ TIgers In The Forest ✐ Author Kenneth G. Johnson – Insolpro.co.uk This Allegory symbolizes the challenges of nurturing and protecting children in the sometimes harsh realities of the world Therefore this short storThis Allegory symbolizes the challenges of nurturing and protecting children in the sometimes harsh realities of the world Therefore this short story is dedicated to all parents or caretakers of children a very important and difficult job Foreword I'm an Educator in the field of Education I have taught Physics as a teaching Fellow in the Science department at Harvard University I have also taught in schools in China a