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Walking Through the Jungle

Written by Stella Blackstone

Early Years

LoveReading View on Walking Through the Jungle

 Wonderfully vibrant and imaginative illustrations coupled with some really well thought out rhyming text will ensure every child wants to read and re read this delightful book time and time again.  Ideal for that holiday where you don’t allow your child to take loads of books with him or her.  Another title from the small but perfectly formed publisher Barefoot Books.  Also comes with a CD complete with fun animal sounds.

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Walking Through the Jungle Synopsis

Hike through the rainforest, scale a snowy mountain, swim across the ocean and still make it home for dinner!

Join a fearless young explorer as she encounters different animals and terrains of the world and makes it home for supper, safe and sound. The Music CD is bursting with fun animal sounds and the book is vibrant and imaginative. Together they make a wonderful gift or learning tool.

Book Information

ISBN: 9781846866609
Publication date: 1st September 2006
Author: Stella Blackstone
Publisher: Barefoot Books Ltd
Format:
Pagination: 32 pages
Year Groups: Early Years

About Stella Blackstone

On good days, Stella Blackstone lives east of the sun and west of the moon. On less good days, she lives at the bottom of a well. She finds ideas in all of these places and turns them into songs, poems and rhymes. She has read and written poetry for as long as she can remember, and her favourite books include Louis Untermeyer’s A Child’s Treasury of Poetry, which was a constant companion throughout her childhood, Paolo Coelho’s The Alchemist, everything by T.S. Eliot, and William Buck’s translation of The Ramayana. She lives in southwest ...

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