Wild by Emily Hughes
A little girl who has known nothing but nature from birth. She was taught to talk by birds, to eat by bears, and to play by foxes. But one day she is snared by some very strange animals that look like her, but they don't talk right, eat right, or play correctly. Now she lives in the comfort of civilization. But will civilization get comfortable with her?
by Jonny Lambert
Old Tiger’s world is dull and grey, and all he wants to do is snooze the day away. But little Cub is having none of it! With bold and stylish illustrations, Tiger Tiger is a celebration of light and colour with an array of fantastic jungle animals.
The Secret Life of a Tiger
By day, Tiger is a cat with simple pleasures. But by night his secret life is revealed – and it's very surprising! Find out about Tiger's unexpected hobby in this funny, warm-hearted book that reminds us that sometimes animals (and people) behave in unexpected ways.
Flip Flap Jungle
by Axel Scheffler
What do you get if you cross a gorilla with a chameleon? Yes, that would be an goeleon, of course! A silly but compelling book that will prompt creative thinking and descriptive writing. What new jungle animal can you create?
Little Kids First Big Book of the Rain Forest by National Geographic kids
A delightful, age-appropriate introduction to tropical rain forest creatures big and small. Explore facts about the creatures' sizes, diets and homes, with a map of tropical rain forests around the world showing where the animals are found.
Over in the Jungle
by Marianne Berkes
Sing, clap, and count your way among enchanting rainforest animals This rainforest is teeming with monkeys that hoot, ocelots that pounce and parrots that squawk! It won't take much to have your class hooting and squawking too.
Once Upon a Jungle
Step inside the wild and colourful jungle with this richly illustrated book that introduces the food chain concept through simple, poetic language. Learn how the circle of life allows the jungle ecosystem to flourish, and see how many animals you can spot hiding along the way.
Night Monkey Day Monkey
by Julia Donaldson
Night Monkey and Day Monkey don’t think they have much in common. But when they each spend time in the other's opposite worlds, exploring the jungle around them, they learn a lot - and they also learn to be the best of friends.