This summer, learn all about the mighty jungle and the animals that live there! Find out where the jungles are located: South America, Africa, or Asia! Then read a book that takes place in the jungle.

  • Jungle
    Greenaway, Theresa

    Discover life in the tropical rain forest--from exotic birds to millions of species of insects.

  • Gorilla
    Eszterhas, Suzi

    Follow the life of a baby gorilla, born in the mountains of Africa, from birth to her sixth birthday, when she is grown up.

  • Boa Constrictors
    Hirsch, Rebecca E.

    "Boa constrictors are known as huge meat-eating reptiles. But how are they similar to and different from other reptiles, such as turtles or lizards? Read this book to find out"-- Provided by publisher.

  • Tigers
    Murray, Julie

    A simple description of the habitat, physical characteristics, life cycle, and eating habits of tigers, the biggest of the big cats.

  • Leopards
    Archer, Claire

    Describes the physical characteristics, behavior, and environment of leopards.

  • Jaguars
    Guidone, Julie

    A nonfiction book about jaguars that live in the rain forest.

  • About Parrots
    Sill, Cathryn P.

    Presents an introduction to parrots, describing their different types, what they eat, where they live, and how they protect themselves from predators.

  • Fabulous Frogs
    Jenkins, Martin

    Looks at all kinds of frogs, discussing their characteristics, life cycles, and habitats.

  • Chimpanzees
    Marsico, Katie

    Provides information about chimpanzees, including anatomy, behavior, and intelligence.

  • Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book
    Driscoll, Laura

    Mowgli loves living in the jungle with all his animal friends. But when the tiger Shere Khan turns his wolf pack against him, the boy must decide if the jungle is the right place for him after all.

  • Zoe's Jungle
    Murguia, Bethanie Deeney

    As their mother counts down the time, Zoe and her sister Addie hurry to complete their game of chase in an imaginary jungle.

  • Garfield: Lard of the Jungle
    Davis, Jim

    A collection of comic strips featuring Garfield, Odie, and their owner Jon.

  • The Jungle Book
    Kipling, Rudyard

    Selected stories from Kipling's two "Jungle Books" chronicle the adventures of Mowgli, the boy reared by a pack of wolves in an Indian jungle. Also includes "Rikki-Tikki-Tavi."

  • Tugg and Teeny
    Lewis, J. Patrick

    Tugg, a gorilla, and his best friend Teeny, a monkey, lead their other friends in three jungle adventures.

  • Mowgli's Rainy Day
    Rubiano, Brittany

    Man-cub Mowgli lives in the jungle with his animal friends who have much to teach him about the ways of the world, so when a rainstorm arrives, he listens to Baloo the bear and Bagheera the panther.

  • Bedtime in the Jungle
    Butler, John

    As dusk falls in the jungle, animal babies and their parents prepare for bedtime.

  • Jungle School
    Laird, Elizabeth

    New at school, Jani shows her monkey classmates all the ways that her wheelchair makes her special.

  • The Saggy Baggy Elephant
    Redbank, Tennant

    Sooki the elephant, who has never seen another animal like himself, tries to shrink his saggy wrinkly skin.

  • Gumption!
    Broach, Elise

    When Peter goes on an African adventure with his beloved Uncle Nigel, who hopes to spot a rare gorilla, the oblivious Nigel urges Peter on by telling him to have gumption, while Peter keeps his eyes open and uses his ingenuity.

  • The Loudest Roar
    Taylor, Thomas

    Clovis, a small tiger with a loud roar, disturbs the peace and calm of the jungle until the day that the other animals put their heads and voices together.

  • Hug
    Alborough, Jez

    Bobo the chimp seeks hugs among various jungle animals and their young, but he does not get what he wants until he is reunited with his own parent.

  • Big Little Monkey
    Schaefer, Carole Lexa

    When Little Monkey decides to venture out into the jungle alone, beyond the gaze of his watchful Mama, he discovers that other animals are not as friendly and warm as his own family and that independence is not altogether a good thing.

  • Jamboree Day
    Greene, Rhonda Gowler

    All the animals in the jungle have a grand time at the annual Jamboree Day.

  • The Great Kapok Tree
    Cherry, Lynne

    The many different animals that live in a great kapok tree in the Brazilian rainforest try to convince a man with an ax of the importance of not cutting down their home.