How to Survive in the Jungle by the Person Who Knows
Guided Rd. Level M
Follow TV show host Bradley D. Mented through six adventurous chapters as he teaches us how to live in the jungle. Mr. Mented teaches important lessons for survival such as hippos don't like to be kissed, it's okay to eat poisonous plants, and never, ever forget to wear your anti-lion shorts. Young readers will love the giggle-worthy illustrations and the preposterous suggestions from the lovely TV show host as they learn how to be brave and stay alive in the jungle.
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