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The Jungle Book (A Stepping Stone Book(TM)) Paperback – January 22, 2008
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About the Author
Diane Wright Landolf is a children’s book editor and author. She is known for What a Good Big Brother!, Barbie: Thumbelina, The Jungle Book, Hog and Dog, and Hooray for Halloween! (Barbie).
John Rowe's paintings have appeared on movie posters, books, billboards, magazines, and advertisements throughout the country and around the world. His Horse series inspired the publishers of Walter Farley's The Black Stallion to reissue this classic series, commissioning 24 new paintings by Rowe for the covers. His other clients include Amblin Entertainment, Kraft Foods, United Airlines, Universal Studios, Nestle, Disney, and many others.John has maintained a successful painting career for nearly 20 years. His studio is in La Canada, California, where he lives with his wife and two children. He received his art training at Art Center College of Design, and has worked with clients throughout the United States and around the world.
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Top customer reviews
I make it a point to read these books before passing them on to my daughter to ensure she will be able to handle the language on her own and also to check the content. Diane Wright Landolf has done a commendable job on this adaptation. The language is neither too simple nor too advanced for an independent young reader. There are black and white illustrations that engaged my daughter (a visual learner) and kept her attention throughout the two hours (collectively) or so she spent reading this book. The chapters are short and the plot keeps moving along, keeping the reader engaged. Highly recommended for independent young readers ages 6-9.