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Jungle Jam in Brazil Paperback – 15 Mar 2017
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Celebrity Mum, Singer and TV presenter, Michelle Heaton recently tweeted about Jungle Jam: "All you mummy's and daddy's...I just got this book from Jungle Jam Publishing. Kids love it! Educational and fun at the same time!" Twitter. Jungle Jam is a fantastic book that really appeals to young children. The bright vibrant colours and the cute characters are beautiful, along with a great storyline with good morals and values. This book is set to be a success. It already is amongst my classes and groups, and in my household too! --Ilana Sheli, Children s Music Entertainer. A book that s fun and promotes positive development? A welcome addition to any bookshelf! --kizzyandizzy.com
About the Author
Noam Lederman is a musician, educator and author and has built a successful music career combining performance and writing. He has written more than 100 music publications that have sold over a million copies worldwide. In 2014 Noam Lederman founded the company VVinner Music. In April 2015 he was appointed as the Principal of The Academy of Rock - an award-winning franchise of music schools in Asia. Louise Lederman spent many years working in Marketing, PR and Events, predominantly for charities and education companies. She worked for numerous disability charities including the National Autistic Society, Sense and Langdon, and feels she has a deep understanding of disability and SEN (Special Educational Needs). With her experience and knowledge, Louise Lederman has a vision to tailor Jungle Jam for children with SEN.
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It appeals to the children's curiosity, introduces new ideas and information that stimulate conversation.
The way it is written is pitched just right being neither dumbed down and patronising, or too dry and complicated.
Lovely story with plenty of opportunity for discussion about working as a team etc without being preachy or sanctimonious and the illustrations are bright and fun.
Enjoyable on all levels X
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