Before Patrick Jennings was an author of children’s books, he was a boy who read children’s books. He lived in a small town in Indiana, and his nickname wasn't Tiger. He wanted it to be, though. He had a friend who everyone called Tiger, and this guy wasn't even like a Tiger. Not one bit. Patrick was way more tigerish.
When Tiger (Patrick) was a kid, his house was a block away from his school, two blocks from the public library, and three blocks from the county jail from which infamous gangster John Dillinger once escaped. (This happened before Tiger was born. Nothing exciting ever happened in his hometown again.) Tiger checked out lots of books from the school library and the public library, although he only finished the ones he couldn’t stop reading. Now he writes books he hopes kids won’t stop reading. Click on books and find out about the ones he published when he grew up. Yes, Tiger grew into an adult, though not expertly.
If you still have questions after this lengthy and in-depth biography, click on faq (frequently asked questions). Maybe others have already asked the same questions. If you can't find your questions listed there, click on contact and send Tiger your queries. He’ll be glad to hear from you, and will answer your questions in the order he receives them, like when you're on hold.
Now go visit the other pages on the website. See if you can find more tigers. But remember, there's only one real Tiger: that kid Patrick knew growing up. Oh, and the golfer. Happy tiger hunting!