Few things delight small children more than the chance to set grown-ups straight when they’ve made a silly mistake, so this brilliantly conceived book is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser. Little Bear’s daddy wants to tell him all about the animals that live in the jungle, but he can’t help etting them muddled up – confusing monkeys with parrots, bats with frogs and leopards with crocs. The resulting, chimeric illustrations are hilarious, and a lift-the-flap reveal on every spread allows young readers to anticipate Little Bear’s corrections and join in with the narrative, yelling out the proper identifications and completing the rhymes with increasing confidence. Great fun for everyone!
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