Jungle Jam Review and Giveaway

One of the greatest joys you can teach a child, is the love of books.  They are never too young to enjoy a story, even as babies they love the bright colours and hearing your voice.  This is something all mine have enjoyed, story time is a special time to sit and have a cuddle and read a story, especially a new book where you can talk about what you think is going to happen and watch their imaginations go into overdrive.

I was very lucky to be contacted to see if I would like to include the book in my Christmas Gift Guide, which I am busy working on.

The Authors of Jungle Jam are husband and wife team Louise and Noam Lederman, who had the idea of writing a book 6 years ago when their first child was born.

The vision behind Jungle Jam is that this book is the first in a series  of books that are currently in development.  The series of books with introduce young readers to different music genres and influences as well as various musical instruments from all over the world.

Jungle Jam is a fun, informative and educational children’s book for 0-5 year olds.  This sweet, captivating rhyming book is designed for young children as an introduction to musical instruments and sounds.  Mikey the Monkey embarks on a musical adventure to find global fame, but discovers that he must work with others to make his dream turn into a reality.

I have very kindly been given the opportunity to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a copy of Jungle Jam which would make a great gift for any child, or great stocking filler.  You can find how to enter.

Jungle Jam is also available to buy now on amazon for £5.99

 
Jungle Jam Book Giveaway

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117 thoughts on “Jungle Jam Review and Giveaway

  1. Susan lloyd

    I loved the wizard of oz x

  2. Katie

    I liked the Topsy and Tim books

  3. iain maciver

    famous five,secret seven,hardy boys mysteries

  4. Jackie Dawson

    I loved Mr Meddles Muddles by Enid Blyton

    1. admin

      You can not beat Enid Blyton x

  5. lucy higgins

    I loved The Secret Seven Series

  6. Hannah Scudder

    I loved and still love the harry potter series.

  7. MANDY DOHERTY

    Loved the Dr Dolittle series of books

  8. The Wizard Of Oz. I still love it. Xxx

  9. laura stewart

    i liked the tracy beaker books x

  10. Pam Smith

    The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe

  11. JULIE WARD

    The three little pigs, the grandchildren enjoy it now

  12. Angela Kelly

    My favourite book was the Tale of Georgie Grub

  13. michelle o'neill

    the magic faraway tree x

  14. Angela Treadway

    Cinderella x

  15. Alice Dixon

    I loved reading Enid Blyton books

  16. Lara Latchem

    The magic faraway tree is my favourite

  17. Victoria Thurgood

    The Twits

  18. keri brooks

    I loved james and the giant peach

  19. CLAIRE woods

    the Famous Five

  20. jules eley

    charlie and the chocolate factory 🙂

  21. Toni Pearson

    I loved the Nancy drew books.

  22. Michelle Ferguson

    I loved anything by Roald Dahl especially Matilda.

  23. michelle smith

    The Famous Five

  24. Loved Charlie and the Chocolate factory and the kids now love it too

  25. I do love educational books they are great as gifts for little ones.

    1. admin

      Me too, and they don’t know they are learning x

  26. Caroline Smith

    The Mog the Cat books and now I read them to my children 🙂

  27. Kellie Steed

    I loved the “Worst Witch” series of books. This looks so cute, would love to win for my boy. Thanks for the chance!

  28. Michaela Hannah

    Danny the champion of the world

  29. Rebecca Williams

    Charlie and the chocolate factory 🙂

  30. Charlotte Arnott

    I love traditional fairy tales.

  31. This looks like such a great and fun thing for the kids to enjoy.

    1. admin

      It is a really good book x

  32. Ruth Harwood

    The Hobbit

  33. Nicki Evans

    The magic faraway tree

  34. Ray Dodds

    I loved any encyclopaedia or book of facts

  35. Joanne Hutchings

    I loved all of Enid Blyton’s books especially the Faraway Tree series.

  36. Jaelin Farrow

    I loved any Roald Dahl, I think The Twits was my absolute favourite though 🙂

  37. Solange

    The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe

  38. Laura Nice

    James and the giant peach was my favourite!

  39. Wendy Becker

    Wind in the willows

  40. Katie skeoch

    I loved my Winnie the witch books

  41. Barbara Knight

    The Faraway Tree books by Enid Blyton

  42. Laura Pritchard

    I loved Carrie’s War by Nina Bawden

  43. Kim

    There were so many I loved! I re-read the naughtiest girl in school so many times 🙂

  44. Sophie Ade

    My favourite was Mr Men and Little Miss.

  45. natalie crossan

    Each peach pear plum x

  46. Jasmine Johns

    The Faraway Tree Stories x

  47. Angie McDonald

    I loved to read ELMER!

  48. Enid Blyton, The Treasure Hunters

  49. Sarah Archibald

    I loved the Alfie books as a child 🙂

  50. Jo Carroll

    I remember loving ‘Alice in Wonderland’ but can’t really remember that many books when I was very tiny. I think mum used to tell me all the traditional fairy and nursery stories from memory? 😉 Children nowadays are really blessed with the number of great quality and brilliantly illustrated kid’s books.

  51. Tracy Newton

    I loved the Secret Seven series by Enid Blyton

  52. Miss Tracy Hanson

    Mallory Towers, St Claire’s and the Hardy Boys and a book called a Horse Called September.

  53. Lauren Tourle

    Peter Rabbit books 🙂

  54. Thomas Buchanan

    the very hungry caterpillar

  55. Clare Hubbard

    I loved reading flat Stanley

  56. Lesley Bradley

    Enid Blyton’s Faraway Tree books

  57. michelle speight

    thw twits

  58. Tina Edwards

    I loved the famous five books

  59. Kylie Goldsmith

    Any of the Roald Dahl books

  60. Mary Duncan

    I loved Dogger by Shirley Hughes, I could really relate to it because I had a toy dog I loved just like the boy in the story.

  61. Leanne Bell

    I loved The BFG. Looking forward to reading it with my Daughters x

  62. Joanna Coleshill

    The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe

  63. Cat Williams

    The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark by Jill Tomlinson

  64. Carly Belsey

    I loved reading the Magic Faraway Tree, I used to read it everyday 🙂

  65. EJ Dunn

    I loved any of the Famous Five books

  66. janine atkin

    the lion the witch and the wardrobe was my fav

  67. Peter Watson

    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

  68. Corinne Peat

    I loved Charlie and the chocolate factory

  69. Marie Rule

    I loved the Nancy Drew books

  70. claire griffiths

    i like the famous five and roald dahl books

  71. Allan Fullarton

    Enjoyed the Topsy and Tim books

  72. Sheri Darby

    Everything by Enid Blyton

  73. Debbie Burfoot

    The secret seven books

  74. Tammy Westrup

    The Magic Faraway Tree

  75. olivia hinton

    cops and robbers! i need to find that book again. or any mog book except mog goes to heaven… too sad.

  76. Laura Harrison

    I loved the Famous Five and the Secret Seven xx

  77. Victoria Prince

    The Jill series of books by Ruby Ferguson 🙂

  78. Emma Whittaker

    My favorite book was The Jolly Postman 🙂

  79. emilia nastaly-howard

    Alice in Wonderland 🙂

  80. Keri Jones

    I loved Esiotrot x

  81. Rebecca Mercer

    I loved reading goosebumps books

  82. Jenny Prest

    Anything Roald Dahl!

  83. Rebecca Powell

    I used to love all of the Alfie books

  84. Gemma Middleton

    I was always a massive fan of Roald Dahl books, ever since I was little.

  85. Kathy B

    I loved The Tiger Who Came To Tea! A classic!

  86. hannah Igoe

    I love the chronicles of narnia series

  87. Susan B

    My favourites were Enid Blyton’s Secret Seven series then I moved onto and devoured all James Herriot’s veterinary books.

  88. Pauline Burroughs

    The Magic Faraway Tree

  89. Victoria B

    Carrie’s War by Nina Bawden

  90. Beryl drake

    I loved Black Beauty

  91. Corinne Wright

    Charlottes Web.

  92. Caroline Buckley

    The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe

  93. Rich Tyler

    The Twits Roah Dahl

  94. Pauline black

    Enid blyton famous five books!

  95. Meena Hindmarch

    I loved anything Enid Blyton

  96. Anthea Holloway

    I loved The Magic Faraway Tree.

  97. Tammy Neal

    peter rabbit! xx

  98. Colin Gault

    Love Anna Sewell’s Black Beauty

  99. A.E. ADKINS

    Little Grey Men by BB

  100. Michelle Louise Weston

    I had one called the Hodgeheg which i loved, my mum actually kept it and i will be passing to my Daughter see if she likes it as much as i did!!

  101. Julie

    My favourite was The Magic Faraway Tree by Enid Blyton.

  102. Samantha Buntain

    The tale of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter

  103. KARL BOROWY

    TREASURE ISLAND

  104. Lisa Mauchline

    The goosebumps books were my favourite and I still have them

  105. stacey kavanah

    Mallory towers were my favourte

  106. Jo McPherson

    I loved Enid Blyton, The Magic Faraway Tree was my favourite

  107. Jodie W

    my favourite book was Enid Blyton’s The adventures of Mr Pinkwhistle

  108. ELZBIETA ZNYK

    The little prince

  109. Tammy Stevenson

    I always loved reading The Chronicles of Narnia by C. S Lewis

  110. i loved all the enid blyton adventure stories – famous five, secret seven, the ship of adventure and so on

  111. Adrian Bold

    The Faraway Tree books by Enid Blyton.

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