What is more fun than learning about the jungle? From rain forests in the Amazon to the jungles of India. Tigers, tree frogs, pink dolphins? Learn about jungle animals and habitats with these colorful children’s books about the jungle. Create a jungle unit study or add to your bedtime reading. These books are not only educational, but just plain fascinating. I’ve included a variety of novels for kids, factual books about jungle life, and fun picture books for younger kids.
Our favorite jungle books are the photographic books with beautiful photos taken deep within the rain forest. Enjoy these books about the jungle for kids and please share your favorites in comments.
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Our Favorite Books about the Jungle
Any list of Jungle stories has got to include the Jungle Book, of course. But did you know there is a sequel?
A huge favorite of my kids’ are books with vivid photographs in them. ‘Romancing the Rain’ has a fascinating and harrowing story of the photographer’s journey through the Amazon, along with vivid photography. My kids still enjoy looking through it, though we’ve had it for years now.
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