The Jungle Kids were created to help promote conservation and preservation of our green earth.
In developing The Jungle Kids, the elements of innocence and discovery of our environment play an utmost important role. Being new to this planet, The Jungle Kids and are curious and explore all that happens around them. They experience emotions and feelings that can relate them to each other and connect them to nature. They learn to care for every plant, tree and animal they encounter. There's a song that is inspired by their interest of the new world.
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"You're Not Too Little to be Green"
By Inés Caraveaux
Trafford PublishingCopyright © 2015 Inés Caraveaux
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One starry night in the jungle of Capacumbí, a small piece of meteor was racing low through the sky, when it touched the canopy of a tall, tall tree.
The meteor's bright sparkles fell on some seeds which sprouted into plants that took human-like shapes.
The next morning, there are five green little beings wearing leaves on their bodies and their heads. They can move and walk, and laugh and talk. They name each other:
and the smallest, Baby Mema
As they start walking together, they see beautiful flowers around them.
At a distance they see a jaguar. How beautiful it is!
Jemadi sees an animal hanging from one arm from a tree. It's a baby oranguntan.
Tara and Baby Mema spot a bird with a colorful long beak.
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