For the characters in Robert Logan Rogers’ “Rungle in the Jungle,” when a fun race in the jungle goes astray, it’s up to two animal friends to save the day by showing the power of positive thinking.
In “Rungle in the Jungle,” a giraffe, a tiger, and a jaguar decide to get their animal friends together for a friendly race. Everyone is excited. Everyone hopes to win! It’s shaping up to be the best day ever…until a sneaky snake ruins the fun with his boasting and scheming.
Suddenly, the other animals feel down. Surely the snake will win and make everyone feel pretty bad in the process. It’s up to the tiger and jaguar to outsmart the snake and prove to their friends that positive thinking and creativity are more powerful than fear!
As every kid learns, everyone gets scared sometimes—even jungle animals! What’s important is facing your fears with strength and positivity. Just like life, the jungle might seem scary, but there’s also a lot of fun to be had.
Rogers’ “Rungle in the Jungle” is a clever picture book for young children that will captivate kids with its vivid illustrations, and give parents a simple, poetic story that tell valuable life lessons about fear and the power of positive thinking. With so much to enjoy, “Rungle in the Jungle” is the perfect bedtime story for kids and parents to share together!
For more information, or to purchase a copy of “Rungle in the Jungle,” please visit: www.createspace.com/4322808
About the author: Robert Logan Rogers lives in New Hartford, New York. He has enjoyed a long career as a painting contractor, once owned a bookstore, and currently sells health insurance projects. He is a father of three and has two grandchildren. His family members and his experiences as a parent and grandparent inspired the funny and unique animal characters of “Rungle in the Jungle.”
Robert Logan Rogers
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