Make believe you’re in a jungle movie. Watch the baby elephants go by. The beat is groovy. It’s a brand new dance you ought to try, Come to the jungle and see the animal attraction, baby elephants in action walk. Follow the baby elephants and their quirky lemur companion as they journey through the green leafy jungle, rushing waterfalls, past the amazing jungle musicians and drums, boat safaris and dancing flamingos, through to a night time ‘action walk’ climax in this lovely adventure.
Crocodile is sleeping--but the other animals aren't. Birds, monkeys, bears, and elephants are heading down to the riverbank. King Lion on his red throne leads the noisy parade, and when hungry Crocodile wakes up ready to eat, King Lion uses his throne to save the day. Full colour, paperback.nComplimentary music supplied for teachers to use with their classes upon request with all online orders.
Time to cut loose! Have a rockin' time introducing children to the fun of Footloose, rewritten for children by the one and only Kenny Loggins. As a zookeeper named Jack joins the zoo animals in an all-night dance party, this new original story from Loggins is sure to get your feet moving.
Daddy's taking us to the zoo tomorrow, zoo tomorrow, zoo tomorrow. Daddy's taking us to the zoo tomorrow. We can stay all day! Beautifully illustrrated book featuring the song by Tom Paxton and illustrated by Karen Lee Schmidt. Music printed in the back. Lots of fun to sing along to.
Never smile at a crocodile, no, you can't get friendly with a crocodile. Don't be taken in by his welcome grin, he's imagining how well you'd fit within his skin! Shane Devries's amazing oil paintings capture a luscious landscape where three animal friends travel amidst crocodile-ridden swamps, jungles, cityscapes and circus arenas, never quite safe, never quite alone, and most certainly never, ever, to smile at Mr Crocodile...well, everyone that is, except for the daredevil monkey!
Join Arusha, Mosi, Tumpe and their Maasai friends as they set out on a counting journey through the grasslands of Tanzania. Along the way, the children encounter all sorts of animals including elephants, lions and monkeys, while counting from one to ten in both English and Swahili. The lively, rhyming text is accompanied by an illustrated guide to counting in Swahili, a map, notes about each of the animals, and interesting facts about Tanzania and the Maasai people.