Welcome to the fourth episode of storytelling with Ngozi. I hope you are enjoying these stories. You now have more stories to enjoy.
Little Joe and the hungry tigers' story, was originally written by Helen Bannerman and was adapted for storytelling with Ngozi.
It is a story about a little boy who got presents from his parents. Who would have imagined he could lose these presents to some hungry tigers?
I don't want to spoil the story by telling everything so, this is your chance to listen to it yourself. Enjoy the story.
Since little Joe took a walk into the jungle, let us let him tell us what a jungle is?
Little Joe: A jungle is a vast area of land usually found in the tropics. Overgrown and closely-packed plants like trees, shrubs, vines and grasses grow there.
If you take a trip into the jungle, you will find tigers, lions, elephants, rhinoceroses, huge snakes, monkeys, reptiles like alligators and many others.
The jungle is a dangerous place. So, we do not go there, unless we know how to find our way.
Little Joe took a walk into the jungle and what did he see? He saw a tiger. Do you know what other animals you could find in the jungle if you took a walk yourself?
Can you tell us your favourite? What do you know about your favourite jungle animal?
What about the plants that grow there? Do you know what type of trees, shrubs or vines you will find if you took a walk? Why do plants look so good in the jungle? What makes them grow nicely?
Can you do a jungle picture? It would be beautiful. Draw your favorite animal in your picture.
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