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

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

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

  5. 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!!

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