The Tiger by John Vaillant Author Video

I  had the honor of interviewing John Vaillant, the author of The Tiger: A True Story of Vengeance and Survival and I will be posting our interview here on our Conservation Cub Club on Friday, June 24.

Here is  the Author Video for The Tiger.

John has graciously offered to give away a signed copy of his book.  If you have a question or a comment that you would like to ask or share, please  write in your question or comment below the interview post on June 24.

One lucky reader will win the signed copy of The Tiger!

The Tiger is my favorite book and I think you will like it too.  We look forward to hearing your questions and comments for John Vaillant  on the June 24th post.

To learn more about John and his book, please visit his website:

You can also “Like” John’s  Facebook page

You can also follow John on Twitter:

Tigers in Distress! Will You Help?

If Tigers are to survive in the wild, they need massive human intervention!


Our Friend John Vaillant, author of The Tiger asked me, Gracey The Tiniest Tiger to help spread the word about this very important initiative to save our Big Cat cousins, the Tigers.

Wild tigers   are   on the verge of becoming extinct in the wild. And that means gone forever.

In the past 100 years, 97 percent of the world’s wild tiger population has been wiped out, largely due to poaching, prey depletion, and habitat destruction. Worse yet, there are only 1,000 breeding females left.

It’s hard to imagine a future without the tiger. But there’s something we can do right now to prevent that from happening.

The Global Conservation Act of 2010, now under consideration in Congress, would be a major step in combating wildlife poaching and environmental destruction. The bill’s passage would also send a powerful message to world leaders, who will be gathering at the Global Tiger Initiative Summit this fall to negotiate a plan to prevent tiger extinction.

Write to your lawmakers now and urge your representatives in Congress to co-sponsor this bill. Just click the link below:

Photo by Julie Larsen Maher

Please will you help save me?

You can show your support here by leaving a comment sharing your love of the tiger.

You never know, I might surprise one or two of you.

Thank you everyone!