There are also tips on telling this book aloud for storytime, and even a step-by-step process of how Canyon creates her art. Or convey a sense of motion when a poison dark frog throws itself up and backwards towards a sharp pink bromeliad? We see sweet honey bears sipping nectar and howler monkeys, their mouths all agape, as they hoot and holler up a storm. We see the wide iridescent blue of the morpho butterflies fluttering above their now discarded chrysalises. This book is fun and sure to delight children of all ages. Each of those actions is astronomically correct-for example, Earth is the one that "tilts," and that's what creates the seasons. Sinclair wrote the novel to portray the lives of immigrants in the United States. / ‘We flit,’ said the two. Berkes describes the different layers of the rainforest and its importance to our global ecology, and suggests movement activities for children to act out the rhyme. See “Order Online” below for Web Special! Having adapted that old song “Over In the Meadow” to different locales, Berkes takes a tried and true format and simply fills it to overflowing with a vast array of rainforest creatures. Read and listen at the same time. The wealth of information and multiple uses for the book make it one that can be utilized over and over with a different emphasis each time. I love the jungle cruise and this is a great picture book for a toddler, though I do wish it had more of their silly jokes in the book. This is another “Sharing Nature With Children Book” from Dawn Publications, which is dedicated to inspiring in children a deeper understanding and appreciation for all life on Earth. All of the illustrations are done in polymer clay. The result is compellingly vibrant, almost tactile, and brings a remarkable dimensionality to the subject. And her marmoset one. Beautiful pictures and wonderful repetition that even the youngest students can follow along with. It tells about a mother marmoset and her marmoset one. Abundant end material describes a rainforest community and the lives of its creatures, offers tips from the artist, and includes playful movements devised by the author so that toddlers can mimic the rainforest animals, making this book a delight for home and school alike. said the one. Not only are the words catchy, but the illustrations are awesome too. The back matter again includes tips from the author and illustrator, facts about the rainforest, a game of animal hide and seek and the sheet music and lyrics for the song. An amazing collection of more than 150 of the best picture books as voted by over 500 parents. On the first two-page spread, two marmosets are swinging gaily across a soft rising sun. A rhyming story with gorgeous collages takes you into the tropical rainforest. 3. Lesson: Read Aloud with The Jungle Length: 70 minutes (1 Period) Age or Grade Intended: 11th Grade. The polymer clay illustrations give a realistic view of the tropical rainforest. This is definitely a book to have. Highly recommended. Just sheer talent….Two thumbs up. Six boas squeeze. Author Marianne Berkes of Hobe Sound, Florida, adapts the whimsical classic song “Over in the Meadow” to bring both a counting element and a musical element to the rainforest habitat. How do you outline the shadow of an ant from the underside of a leaf made out of clay? Nevada City’s Dawn Publications specializes in children’s books about nature and the environment. Over in the Jungle is a winner of the iParenting Media Award. This book is the winner of the 2008 Publisher?s Marketing Assoc. Marianne Berkes has a gift for making science fun, and this book is exhibit A. But reading aloud in the evenings was mainstay of family time long before radios and televisions and laptops appeared on the scene. This award-winning team also wrote and illustrated Over in the Ocean. Color me impressed. This is a handsome book on an important subject, and it can serve as recreational reading as well as an introduction to a basic unit on the rain forest. I enjoyed the story and I found it brought out the child in me as I sang the story. Seven poison dart frogs hop. Illustrator Jeanette Canyon of Columbus, Ohio, brings truly remarkable talent to the book: each page is meticulously assembled as relief art from polymer clay, then photographed. Mother sun and her "family" of planets "spin," "roll," "tilt," "blow" and "whirl" around the Sun to the tune of "Over in the Meadow." - Read Aloud. Rainforest creatures and young children the world over – with their innate connection to all things wild – make the perfect team. / So they swung and they hung / Where the trees greet the sun.” Colors pop out at the viewer as animals tumble over and above one another in a haze of action and rhyme. They will enjoy singing the song and following along with the story and pictures. — Entro – The Mom’s Choice Award Magazine (Spring 2008). Lived a mother marmoset Fun rhyming/sing along for ages 2 – 7. Over in the Arctic, the snow goose "honks" and the wolf "howls. It was written by Bear Grylls, who among many other things, became the youngest to ever climb Mt. The unusual and colorful illustrations are made with polymer clay and then photographed, giving them a three-dimensional look. I'm not really a fan of the clay illustrations, but the rhyme is fun. Public and school librarians should also use the book for storytimes and classes. Readers will almost be as awestruck by the cadence and artwork in this book as they would be by the actual rainforest. Over in the Jungle: A Rainforest Rhyme, written by Marianne Berkes and illustrated by Jeanette Canyon, presents life of the tropical rainforest through counting and brilliant art. She received her BFA from the Columbus College of Art & Design in Columbus, Ohio. — Connie Goldsmith – California Kids! Five honey bears scramble. Her years as a teacher, librarian and children’s theatre director, in particular, inspire professionalism in her work. — Catholic Library World – Anne Hoffman (December 2007). As such, Over In the Jungle: A Rainforest Rhyme, is very much the same deal. — Indiana Library Federation – Read Alouds Too Good to Miss 2008-2009. Shelves: 10-to-12-year-old-readers, 9-to-11-year-old-readers, great-read-aloud-titles-for-all-age Deceptively simple, the jungle grapevine shows us how hyperbole and gossip harm relationships between individuals, groups and countries. First Read-Aloud Chapter Books :: 1. This title is also a counting book: Over in the jungle Jeanette Canyon creates her colorful and beautifully textured relief sculptures with polymer clay. Children will love learning about animals such as the marmoset, the morpho butterfly, leaf cutter ants, honey bears, boa constrictors, poison dart frogs, ocelots, sloths, and howler monkeys. WOW! Beautiful pictures and wonderful repetition that even the youngest students can follow along with. Canyon lives in Columbus with her Christopher Canyon, who is also a creator of many childrens books. ", 1-800-432-7444 • "Connecting Children and Nature Since 1979" • ©2011-2021 Dawn Publications Beautiful polymer clay sculpture illustrations set the scene for this title. What a delightful story!! It’s a treat for the eyes and a treat for the ears. She cares about details. Each spread has the text and a number on the left against a dark-green leaf background, and shows one animal family with the correct number of babies as well as several other sets of indigenous flora or fauna to count. In Over in the Jungle: A Rainforest Rhyme, amazing artwork will inspire children in classrooms and at home to appreciate ecology, environment, and world around us!. This is a wonderful book for children ages three to eight. Sure, I could wax rhapsodic over the sheer range of colors and ethereal images that appear in this book. Recommended. ?I swing,? Illustrator Jeanette Canyon once more provides striking relief sculptures with polymer clay. Jeanette Canyon’s illustrations make use of relief art made of polymer clay, which she photographed, adding to the book’s feeling of movement and creativity. Curriculum Components: Rainforest Habitat • Animal Families • Counting • Clay Art. A long double page shows all the levels of the rain forest in cross section, and children are challenged to count the animals previously encountered and now hanging on the vines and hiding underneath the trees, etc. Copyright © 2020 Apple Inc. All rights reserved. . Music and fun facts about the animals are also incorporated for further learning. Each spread illustrates a sequential number quality and travels through various layers of fauna with a verse sung by a different rainforest family. "Over in the Jungle - A Rainforest Rhyme" sing aloud - YouTube — Ohioana Quarterly – Meredith Wilkie (Fall 2008). Board: ISBN 978-1-58469-108-2 They are books worth reading over and over. I’m definitely not alone in cooing over the marbleized orange/red leaf cutter ants as they chew through an enormous leaf. The result could easily have been a hashed do-over without any originality. After the colorful clay is rolled, sliced and diced, it is carefully placed together. This full-color retelling of Disney’s new animated sequel, The Jungle Book II, is perfect for reading aloud to the whole family. The unusual and colorful illustrations are made with polymer clay and then photographed, giving them a three-dimensional look. “Over in the jungle / Where the trees greet the sun / Lived a mother marmoset / And her marmoset one. Howler monkeys, cutter ants and ocelots, oh my! Ages: 2 to 7 . ‘It is time to hunt again.’ ”, The Jungle Book: How Fear Came - Read Aloud, The Jungle Book: "Tiger! What fun! CU: The rich language can be used with craft writing. (5 star rating) Over in the Jungle is a wonderfully written sing song story about some of the many animals that live in the jungle. What could easily have degraded into a rote form emerges instead as lush and detailed as its tropical subject matter. This allows children’s literature to be singled out in a diverse, inclusive manner when compared to the usual books containing British, White characters. Some titles on the list are new releases in the the world of story books while others have stood the test of time. Perfect for reading aloud at home or school. This book will help children to count and read in rhyme. And some books are simply made for an audience. Once again as in the author s previous book, “Over in the Ocean,” number 10 is the father taking care of the children. Read and listen at the same time. As a fine artist, I love to create art with an array of colors, patterns and textures, and to make things with my hands – just as children do!” She uses a variety of common kitchen implements, including a pasta machine, food processors, cake decorating tools and other shaping utensils. Another variation on the familiar song, this one enumerates some of the unusual fauna of the rain forest. Illustrator Jeanette Canyon has a new book, Over in the Jungle: A Rainforest Rhyme, which is a counting adventure through the jungle, complete with pouncing ocelots and creeping sloths making their way from one to ten. Academic Standard(s): • USH 3.6- Identify the contributions to American culture made by individuals and groups. — Book Beat – www.metrokids.com – Frank Lipsius (April 2008) (October 2007), A rhyming story with gorgeous collages takes you into the tropical rainforest. This book will jump start children’s natural passion, ensuring that there will always be rainforests wild and green. It not only spotlights some of the animals—marmosets, parrots, honey bears, leaf cutter ants, etc.—but also offers pertinent information on the habitat. Three parrots go squawking as they fly away. “It was seven o’clock of a very warm evening in the Seeonee hills when Father Wolf woke up from his day’s rest, scratched himself, yawned, and spread out his paws one after the other to get rid of the sleepy feeling in their tips. / ‘Swing,’ said the mother. This 1994 alphabet and alliteration book continues to be a favorite of kids, parents, and teachers everywhere-it is truly an exceptional swim through an alphabet of sea creatures. / So they flitted and they fluttered / Wearing wings of shiny blue.” Of particular note are the brilliant colorful artworks; the last few pages of Over in the Jungle offer some fun facts about rainforest animals, as well as tips from both the author and the artist about the process used to create the book. I had that very feeling when I found the work of Jeanette Canyon a year ago. The book opens as the mottled canopy of a rainforest, seen from high above, fills the interior cover. A second reading shows that somehow or other Canyon found a way to throw shadows from behind her subject matter. Praised by Jacques Cousteau, this book, illustrated and written by a 16 year-old, is a classic introduction to the marine habitat. ‘Year of the Jungle’ contains cultural representation in terms of the Vietnam War. Nine sloths creep. — Jim Crisp, founder of Children’s Eternal Rain Forest, Monteverde, Costa Rica. — Ventura County Parent Magazine (April 2007). — School Library Journal – Judith Constantinides (May 2007). Definitely an appropriate group read aloud for story time, you can make it interactive by having the kids do the same actions as the animals … Using the well-know rhyme “Over in the Meadow,” this book creates a world of rainforest animals and their young. “It was seven o’clock of a very warm evening in the Seeonee hills when Father Wolf woke up from his day’s rest, scratched himself, yawned, and spread out his paws one after the other to get rid of the sleepy feeling in their tips. Read more 2 people found this helpful Essentially it's Over in the Meadow for jungle animals. But really, that’s what I love about the book. The book is full of eye catchy yet simple illustrations which engages the young reader immediately. Over in the Jungle is a counting book based on “Over in the Meadow.” Various rainforest animals are named on each page as the book counts from one to ten. Like its predecessor, Over in the Ocean: In a Coral Reef, this book follows the rhyming pattern of the popular nineteenth century song “Over in the Meadow” by Olive A. Wadsworth to describe various jungle animal parents, their babies, and what they do. A beautiful blue morpho butterfly flits through the forest with her mother. Learning becomes fun with this book about the ecosystem and animals of the jungle! Illustrator Jeanette Canyon uses polymer clay to create her colorful sculpture illustrations, which are then photographed for her books. The Jungle is a 1906 novel written by the American journalist and novelist Upton Sinclair (1878–1968). Children’s librarian and teacher Marianne Berkes presents Over in the Jungle: A Rainforest Rhyme, a softcover picture book that teaches young readers the numbers one through ten with an engaging, singsong rhyme about various wild animals of the rainforest. Two morpho butterflies flit. ‎Read aloud version of Rudyard Kipling’s classic story of a boy raised by wolves in the jungle. — Dr. Anthony D. Fredericks, Prof. of Education It was a joy for me to read and review it. It is done to the tune of “Over in the Meadow”. — 2008 I.R.A Teacher’s Choice Awards Comments, Did you ever think that you would like to take a trip to a tropical rainforest to see all the exotic animals and strange plants there? Shouts of “read it again, read it again” will echo down school hallways and in neighborhood homes. So they swung and they hung And sitting on that leaf is a glistening raindrop. Working entirely in polymer clay, Ms. Canyon imbues her images with so much light, life, and motion that you’d swear her creations were animated stills rather than original sculptural art. Verses spotlight several rainforest mothers and a father howler monkey teaching their little ones communication skills while they share pertinent information on different rainforest layers. — Library Media Connection – Donna Steffan (December 2007). I reviewed the paperback copy of the book. "Over in the Ocean - In a Coral Reef" by Marianne Berkes, illustrated by Jeanette Canyon, Dawn Publications Performance Objectives: The students will follow along in with a read aloud session over The Jungle, by Upton Four little ants hurry as they scurry across the rainforest floor. ?Swing,? Adding perfectly to the exotic rainforest theme, Jeanette Canyon’s beautiful polymer clay illustrations will be the first feature to draw the reader’s attention to this entertaining counting book. — A Fuse #8 Production – fusenumber8.blogspot.com (NY Public Library Children’s Librarian) (March 2, 2007). I love this book. Once again as in the authors previous book, “Over in the Ocean,” number 10 is the father taking care of the children. Instead, the adaptation is smooth and seamless, the facts at the back of the book quickly correcting any misunderstandings. “Over in the jungle, wearing wings of shiny blue, lived a morpho butterfly, and her little morphos two.”, — Travelforkids.com – Costa Rica (October 2007). Through this engaging counting story children will sing, hoot, hop, squawk, and squeeze in concert with enchanting rainforest families. This one, meant to be recited to the tune of “Over in the Meadow,” offers an unparalleled peek into the rainforest, where parrots squawk, sloths creep, howler monkeys hoot, and leaf cutter ants scurry. Illustrated, read aloud version of Rudyard Kipling's classic story of a boy raised by wolves in the jungle. ‘Augrh!’ said Father Wolf. Read and listen at the same time. Head back to the jungle for some swinging fun with Mowgli, Baloo, and a few brand-new friends! Hoffman's Two-toed Sloth from The Forever Forest by Kristin Joy Pratt-Serafini. Hardcover: ISBN 978-1-58469-091-7 Again, as author Marianne Berkes notes, “All the rainforest animals behave as they have been portrayed. From learning the ABCs to counting . This lively book takes the reader on a marvelous journey through the rainforest, meeting everything from marmosets and boas to sloths and dart frogs. Just because someone can read perfectly fine themselves doesn’t mean they can’t look forward to hearing a great story, especially from a person they love. Full of magical discoveries and mesmerizing illustrations, this is a book that will be treasured for many, many years. Berkes is a former teacher, librarian, and children’s theater director. Therefore, the book not only contains factual scientific information but weaves that material into a poetic text that is fun to read and reinforces counting too. — Wild About Nature – Kim Hutmacher (June 26, 2009), Retail Price: Paperback • $8.95 | Board • $7.95Web Special discount available at checkout. Stunning, brilliant illustrations made from polymer clay and then photographed provide a three-dimensional appearance to a double-paged spread. It is a convergence of song, rhyme, numbers and incredible illustrations which will make it a favorite among a span of ages. Head back to the jungle for some swinging fun with Mowgli, Baloo, and a few brand-new friends! Read and listen at the same time. The "trip" takes place all on one flower, a goldenrod, which is practically a "minibeast park. The beautiful eye-catching illustrations in this book were done by Jeanette Canyon. Format: 36 pages – fully illustrated – 10 x 9 The author has spent much of her life with young children as a teacher, children’s theater director, and children’s librarian, and knows that children enjoy brilliantly illustrated books with predictable text. Read and listen at the same time. Paperback: ISBN 978-1-58469-092-4 ill protect you from the jungle beasts by martha alexander read aloud: E. Ten Black Dots by Donald Crews. Over in the Jungle: A Rainforest Rhyme is wonderfully successful at rising to the challenge by combining music, counting and remarkable art to present some of the most compelling animals of the tropical rainforest. “Over in the jungle / Wearing wings of shiny blue / Lived a morpho butterfly / And her little morphos two. The rhyme, based on “Over in the Meadow,” concludes with an elongated cross-section where children will search for previously encountered families hanging from vines, hiding behind foliage, and peaking from trees. And ten howler monkeys hoot. Mother Wolf lay with her big gray nose dropped across her four tumbling, squealing cubs, and the moon shone into the mouth of the cave where they all lived. If the fun rhythm and pictures were not enough, other back matter, including information about each animal mentioned, the rainforest in general, a finding game, and recommendations to encourage child participation both from the author and the artist, make this picture book an excellent teaching tool on many levels. Author of over 30 children’s books. Here is an attractive, engaging book on a very important habitat that children and educators will enjoy for either recreational reading or interactive learning in the library or classroom. Each spread has the text and a number on the left against a dark-green leaf background, and shows one animal family with the correct number of babies as well as several other sets of indigenous flora or fauna to count. It’s the little things that sometimes impress me the most. Author Marianne Berkes adapts the song, “Over in the Meadow” seamlessly to her original verse. Berkes describes the different layers of the rainforest and its importance to our global ecology, and suggests movement activities for children to act out the rhyme. You might not notice, in fact it would be easy to miss it, but the number of raindrops increase with every number. The illustrations make it very appealing, also. This paperback picture book is beautifully illustrated with bright, eye catching pictures that were created with clay. Every preschool, kindergarten, music and physical education teacher should have a copy of this book. The kids think it's entertainment while teachers and parents think it's a great lesson about the Arctic! ill protect you from the jungle beasts by martha alexander read aloud: D. A Dark, Dark Tale by Ruth Brown. Skillfully using the traditional tune “Over in the Meadow,” Berkes describes the activities of rainforest babies from a wide variety of animals, swinging the readers along like the marmosets she begins with, and inviting them to sing like the five baby parrots by including the music in the back. — The Daily Record – Wooster Ohio – Julia Wiesenberg (Sept. 23, 2007). Three parrots squawk. Where the trees greet the sun Benjamin Franklin Gold Award for Interior Design, 2008 International Reading Association?s Teacher?s Choice Award, 2008 Mom?s Choice Award and 2007 iParenting Media Outstanding Products Call Award. — The Nashville News – Mary Barrett (April 1, 2009). Marianne Berkes has spent much of her life with young children as a teacher, childrens theater director and childrens librarian. Over in the Jungle is a look at the rainforest and the unique animals that call it home. She had just finished work on City Beats by S. Kelly Rammell when I ran across the book and was entranced by her format. A story you will be asked to read again and again. Another variation on the familiar song, this one enumerates some of the unusual fauna of the rain forest. Multiple readings yield incredible rewards. "Over in the Jungle - A Rainforest Rhyme" read aloud - YouTube / ‘Flit,’ said the mother. The illustrations are incredible. And on a “Tips from the Author” page, she tells teachers and parents how to lead children in body movements that mimic the animals. And it has curriculum components in the back about the rainforest habitat and animal families. For example, as the book counts up from one to ten, a single leaf on the left-hand page carries the imprint of each number. The Chronicles of Narnia. You can also watch our Storytime playlist on YouTube read by the likes of Ore Oduba, Adam Buxton, Fearne Cotton and many more. “Polymer clay,” says Canyon, “is a wonderful, friendly, pliable and colorful media for both children and adults to work with. — Indiana Library Federation – Read Alouds Too Good to Miss 2008-2009 — Stories for Children Magazine – Wayne S. Walker (June 2009). When you discover a phenomenal artist who appears solely under the auspices of a single small publisher, it’s like finding hidden treasure. — Children Of the Earth (childrenoftheearth.com) (April 2008). said the mother. there’s plenty to explore in the pages of delightful picture books for young readers. When I found it brought out the child in me as I the. Dots by Donald Crews her years as a teacher, librarian and children ’ s plenty to in!, sliced and diced, it is done to the marine habitat song this! 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