The Junglies Build A Tree House by Francois Keyser

Home is where the heart is....

Sometimes we just need to change our perspective....

The junglies build a tree house

In this book of "The Junglies" series, the friends discover that there are other beautiful and interesting places beyond their home which they want to see.

But they have a problem. They cannot travel. Not being ones to give up easily, they decide to find a way to see other places in the world......

Find out what they do to try and see other places and what they discover instead.....

This episode of "The Junglies" series of books teaches young readers that sometimes we need to change the way we look at things to appreciate what we have.

The themes of teamwork and Unity in Diversity” are present in this book with the friends all being represented by different animals and working together to overcome their challenges and have fun.

"The Junglies" were inspired by the author's eldest daughter.

"The Junglies" series of books are suitable for children between the ages of 4 to 8 years old.

Look out for other books in "The Junglies" series:

"Tiger Loses His Stripes"

"Raff's Birthday"

"Abbit Gets Stuck"

"The Singing Contest"

Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Animals / General

Secondary Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Animals / Jungle Animals

Language: English

Keywords: jungle, animals, perspectives, children, book, tree, house, endangered, species, kids, unity in diversity, treehouse, endangered species, jungle animals, giraffe, rabbit, tiger, monkey, elephant, Aga, Elle, Abbit, Raffe, Kiki, teamwork, collaboration, game warden, view, values, morals, fun and games, play, child play, child activities

Word Count: 273

Sales info:

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Sample text:

The friends were looking at a magazine that Jungle Man had given them.

There were many places in the magazine which looked interesting and they wondered what the world was like beyond their home.

They wanted to see the rest of the world but Jungle Man told them they were not allowed to travel.

They wondered how they could see more of their world when Elle had an idea.

“Why don’t we build a treehouse?”

“If we have a treehouse we can see more of the world.”

“Then we should build a tree house in the tallest tree on the highest hill in the jungle,” said Aga.

“Then we must build it at my house,” said Raff. “The tallest tree is there.”

They all agreed. Later they spoke with Jungle Man and told him about their plan.

Jungle Man was helpful and told them how to build a treehouse.

The friends gathered the wood they needed to build the treehouse.

When the treehouse was finished, Elle and Raff lifted it into the tree.

Kiki fastened the treehouse to the tree.

When the platform was finished, they all climbed the steps into the treehouse.

“WOW!” said Raff. “I thought I see a lot being so tall, but I have never seen anything like this.”

The friends agreed. They were above the tree tops of the jungle and could see all around them.

They could watch the sun rise and set, and they could see the birds flying, the clouds and waterfalls.

They all watched the sun set and agreed that even though there were other beautiful places in the world, theirs was the best.

Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

Already translated. Translated by Elrika Keyser
Author review:
Elrika has provided an excellent translation. Being Afrikaans speaking myself, I can truly say I could not have done this translation at the same standard of Afrikaans language as Elrika has done.

Elrika completed the translation very fast and is very easy to communicate with. I recommend Elrika for any Afrikaans translation. Thank You!
Already translated. Translated by Peh Kheng Boon
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Peh is very professional and met all the deadlines for translation. Peh is easy to communicate with and has provided a translation of a very high quality. Thank you!
Already translated. Translated by Debbie Verschueren
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Debbie is professional and completes the translations in the agreed timeframes. She is easy to communicate with and delivers a high standard of work. Thank You!
Already translated. Translated by Caroline Orliac
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Caroline is very professional and completes the translations within the agreed timeframes. She delivers work of a very standard and is very easy to communicate with. I recommend Caroline for any translation from English to French.
Already translated. Translated by Beatrice Pires-Stadler
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Beatrice is very professional and completed the translation on time. Beatrice is easy to communicate with and offers input to add value to your project. Thank You!
Already translated. Translated by Alexandros Karantonas
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Alexandros completed the work on time and is very professional. If he does not understand something he will clarify it. I recommend Aleksandros for translation from English to Greek.
Already translated. Translated by fiza kamal
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fiza has done an excellent job of translating my story into Hindi. He completed the work within the agreed time frame and was easy to communicate with.

I recommend fiza for more translation work on Babelcube.
Already translated. Translated by Alexander Powell
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The Red Riding Team delivers a high standard of work and are easy to communicate with. The team is professional and met all the deadlines for my translation. It was a pleasure working with them! Thank You!
Already translated. Translated by Viviane Cristine Silva
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Already translated. Translated by Andrés Parraud
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Andres is very professional and completed the translations within the deadlines. Communicating with Andres is easy and his work is of a high standard. Thank you!

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