The Junglies Haunt a Castle by Francois Keyser

Don't do anything dangerous without an adult....

The junglies haunt a castle

In the 9th book of "The Junglies" series, the friends do not want to wait for their friend the Jungle Man to arrive when they find a castle in the jungle. Their impatience and curiosity leads them to enter the castle with disastrous consequences.

Before they know it they are being chased by a ghost through the castle. Will they get away or will they find out who the ghost is?

This delightful story highlights to young readers that we should always be careful especially when we find ourselves in strange places. Rather than try to be brave we should wait for friends or adults who can help us and guide us.

"The Junglies' books all have a theme of "unity in diversity" in them with the characters being represented by different animals who are friends.

The series also serves as a good basis for teaching children about endangered species as each species of animal representing a character in the books has at least one sub-species that is endangered including rabbits!

Jungle Man the game warden represents man's ideal relationship with nature which should be one of protecting, nurturing and guiding.

"The Junglies" are enjoyable books for young readers and while being aligned towards ages 5 - 8 years old, they make ideal reading literature for parents to spend time reading to their younger children too.

Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / General

Language: English

Keywords: halloween, children, books, haunt, castle, animals, scary, endangered, species, ghosts, armour

Word Count: 1300 (approx)

Sales info:

New book to be published. No sales as yet. 


Sample text:

Pages 4 & 5

One day the friends were walking in the jungle when they found a path they had not seen before.

They were curious so they followed it and soon they came to a castle.

It looked empty, dark and scary but they wanted to go inside and explore.

Pages 6 & 7

Abbit suggested that they should call Jungle Man so he knew where they were. The friends did not want to wait so they suggested that Abbit go and call Jungle Man while they explored.

The friends went inside and left Abbit. Abbit wanted to call Jungle Man but also wanted to see inside the castle.

Pages 8 & 9

Abbit decided to take a quick look inside before he went to call Jungle Man.

Abbit stepped inside the castle. The friends had split up and were exploring the castle separately. 

Pages 10 & 11

Then Abbit heard a sound outside. Who could be outside? The sound came closer to the door. 


Book translation status:

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

LanguageStatus
Afrikaans
Already translated. Translated by Francois Keyser
Dutch
Already translated. Translated by Debbie Verschueren
Author review:
Debbie is professional and completes all translations within the agreed timeframes. She is easy to communicate with and delivers work of a high standard. I recommend Debbie for any translation from English to Dutch.
French
Already translated. Translated by Caroline Orliac
Author review:
Caroline is professional and very easy to communicate with. She always completes translations within the agreed timeframes and delivers translations of a high standard. I recommend Caroline for any translation from English to French.
German
Already translated. Translated by Rahayu Candradewi
Author review:
Candra is professional and always completes the translations within the agreed timeframes. She delivers work of a high standard and is easy to communicate with. I recommend Candra for any translation from English to German. Candra also helps to promote the translated work as best she can.
Hindi
Already translated. Translated by Manisha Singhal
Italian
Already translated. Translated by Alexander Powell
Author review:
Alexander is very professional and always completes the translation in the agreed timeframes. He is easy to communicate with and always very helpful. I recommend Alexander for any translation from English to Italian.
Portuguese
Already translated. Translated by Maria da Luz Santos Couto
Author review:
Maria is very professional and completes the translations well within the allocated timeframes. Maria is very easy to communicate with and flexible with regard to requirements. Thank You!
Spanish
Already translated. Translated by Sandra Cifuentes Dowling
Author review:
Sabdra is very professional and delivers translations of the highest possible standard. She is very easy to communicate with and very helpful. An absolute pleasure to work with! I recommend Sandra for any translation from English to Spanish. Thank You!

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