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Title: Rungle In The Jungle

Author: Robert Logan Rogers

Illustrations: Rachel McCoy

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 9781490432526

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Who do you think could win in a race with jungle animals? Could the winner be a tiger or spider? Perhaps, an elephant or a giraffe? What about a boar or even a snake?

Josh the jaguar had a big idea. He wanted to run a race and asked the other jungle animals to join in. Surprisingly, there were lots of participant in many various sizes. Jessica the giraffe stepped out of her bubble bath and a sunbathing elephant too. A gorilla weighing more than a ton, zebras, and a lion. But, the most interesting participant for this great race was a very crafty sake. He used fear to intimidate all the other animals, who then began to doubt their abilities. Timmy the tiger and Joshua the jaguar simply plugged their ears and thought positive thoughts. Who could win this race against such a long and slithery sneak?

 Author Robert Logan Rogers and illustrator Rachel McCoy have created a unique story filled with fantastic and vibrant pictures of animals found in the jungle. The simple sentence structure is a great starter read for any beginner. The message readers will find is to be confident and to ignore negativity. Readers will be able to identify these animals and root for their favorite. Parents and teachers will approve of this fun read.

 

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