Henry Explores the Jungle Bargain Bookby Mark Taylor
illustrated by Graham Booth
Bargain books have been returned to us from our distributor. Most have bumps or blemishes, but no major problems. They’ll make nice reading copies to give to your children. These books have remainder marks, which means they were sold at a discount. They are returnable, but after selling thousands of them over the years, not one has been returned.
If there is no “ADD TO CART” button, then this bargain book is out of stock.
Once Henry and his dog, Laird Angus McAngus (Angus for short), had gone hunting for bear. But that was in winter. Now it was summer and time to explore the jungle.
“We may find a tiger,” Henry told his mother.
“Well, don’t get eaten,” his mother said, handing him his lunch.
It was harder exploring the jungle than Henry had thought it would be. The grass was so high he could hardly see over it, and not all of the inhabitants were friendly.
Still, explorers are brave; when they find a tiger, they know just what to do. It is such moments of triumph that make exploring worthwhile, and make reading about it almost as good.