Chil­dren’s book tells tiger’s tale

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The au­thor of a book about a tiger which spent part of its life in Smar­den will be sign­ing copies at Water­stone’s, Ash­ford, on Satur­day.

Indy the tiger ap­peared on TV in the se­ries Jonathan Creek.

It spent many years at the Wildlife Her­itage Foun­da­tion in Smar­den and the sis­ter park, Par­adise Wildlife Park in Hert­ford­shire.

Martin Hill, who has worked with big cats since 1996 at Par­adise Wildlife Park, has writ­ten Indy Film Star, a chil­dren’s pic­ture book which tells the tiger’s story from the an­i­mal’s view.

The book is aimed at three to seven-year-olds and is il­lus­trated by Marisa Mor­gan. Tiger facts and the im­por­tance of con­ser­va­tion are in­cluded.

A per­cent­age of the sales will go to Friends of Par­adise, a char­ity ded­i­cated to an­i­mal con­ser­va­tion.

Mr Hill will be at Water­stone’s in County Square at 10.30am.

Indy Film Star is pub­lished by Indy Pub­lish­ing and is avail­able from Water­stone’s and Ama­zon at £6.99.

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