Jungle Jam Review & Giveaway

Now baby girl is 8 months old she is really getting into her books. We love to have a few minutes reading and looking through books. As you know I’m a huge book lover and I want her to have a similar love of books.

We were sent a lovely bright and colourful book called Jungle Jam to review. I’m also running a giveaway for your own chance to win a copy at the end of the post.


Book Description

Jungle Jam is a bright, colourful, educational and fun book designed for 0-4 year olds, It’s about a singing monkey who 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.

On his journey, Mikey the Monkey meets Larry the Lion, Ella the Elephant, Ziggy the Zebra and Gina the Giraffe, each of whom play a musical instrument they teach him about, and then invite him to sing with them. Each time he declines and continues on his journey to find fame. Finally he hears an incredible sound and sees all of the animals playing their instruments together and realises that when people work together, dreams can come true. So he takes the plunge, sings with the band and becomes a jungle success.

Jungle Jam - monkey telling us his big dreams

My Review

I loved reading Jungle Jam to my 8 month old. She obviously doesn’t understand what’s going on but she was fascinated with the bright colours. She also tried to have a chew! But that’s what all teething babies do.

I love that all the words make up rhymes and that the most important words are in yellow – different to the other words.

Rhyming words in Jungle Jam

The text is easy to read to very young children, and the images are bold and clear. I enjoyed describing the pictures to baby girl as we were reading through the book.

The aim of the book is to introduce musical instruments and sounds to young children which I think is a fantastic idea. Jungle Jam completely meets this educational need. It also teaches them about working in a team.

At the back of the book is fabulous activity pages where you can make your own instruments. I love this part of the book. My baby is too young at the moment for this section, but for slightly older children this part is great. You only need simple equipment that you can find in and around your home as well.


Jungle Jam is the first book in a series of other educational development books. I’m looking forward to the next book!


Now onto the Giveaway. I am giving away one copy of Jungle Jam to one of my lovely readers. It would make an excellent Christmas present, if you are looking for ideas as Christmas is only just over 11 weeks away!

Please fill in the Rafflecopter to enter. Good Luck!

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*I was given Jungle Jam in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own as always. This post contains affiliate links.

*Terms and Conditions – There is one copy of  Jungle Jam to giveaway. The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative will be offered. The winner will be selected at random via Rafflecopter.com from all valid entries and be notified by Twitter. The winner will have 28 days to respond before a new winner is selected. Open to all UK entrants aged 18 or over only. Facebook and Twitter are in no way associated with this giveaway.


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96 thoughts on “Jungle Jam Review & Giveaway

  1. I have my grandmother’s mandolin which I would love to have seen her playing. I just use it as a decoration but it is still my favourite instrument.

  2. I love the piano although I’ve never played one. I have played the keyboard and that’s practically the same thing, lol x

  3. My favourite musical instrument is the piano. I love it when someone can just sit at the piano and play anything.

  4. Well as my favourite rockstar used to play the drums in a band, and now sings/plays guitar in another one, it has to be a combination of them both.

  5. I was trained on the clarinet, then started the saxophone as well (all at school 🙂 ) My favourite is the Tenor Sax

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