The Girl and the Tiger

Paul Rosolie and Owl Hollow Press are teaming up to donate $1 of every book sale toward creating a reserve in India—a rest stop for tigers, elephants, and so many other creatures—to be safe during their migrations.

perf6.000x9.000.inddIsha is a girl who loves animals but struggles in the confines of school. When she is sent away to live with her grandparents on the Indian countryside, she discovers a sacred grove where a young Bengal tiger has taken refuge. Isha knows that the ever-shrinking forests of India mean there are few places left for a tiger to hide. When the local villagers also discover the tiger, Isha finds herself embroiled in a life or death cultural controversy.

Isha’s crusade to save the tiger becomes the catalyst of an arduous journey of awakening and survival across the changing landscape of modernizing India. Her encounters with tribal people, elephants, and her search for the wild jungle are the source of her revelations about the human relationship to the natural world in a gripping story of determination, discovery, and coming of age.

A novel by

Paul Rosolie


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CATEGORY: Adult | Contemporary | Literary Fiction | Adventure | Nature | Conservation | Animals | India

AGE: Adult, 18+ (language, violence against humans and animals, disturbing images)


September 17, 2019 | 344 pages

Paperback: $15.99

Ebook: $9.99

Print: 978-1-945654-31-2| Ebook: 978-1-945654-32-9