Down in the jungle there's a chatter and a squawk. Peep into the treetops to see who's making all that noise. By lifting flaps and peeping through holes, little children can discover all kinds of rainforest animals, including sloths hanging upside down, red-eyed tree frogs, sleepy jaguars and enormous elephants, pink river dolphins, snapping crocodiles - and of course, noisy monkeys and parrots!
This is Book 13 in the Peep Inside Series. See all Peep Inside books here.
Growing up on the Wirral and in Germany, Anna wrote plays about talking animals, and stories about naughty children, and drew on every available surface. After school, she did an Art Foundation course, then a degree in German Literature & Philosophy at Oxford University. In 1998 she found her perfect job at Usborne in London, writing about everythiMore about Anna Milbourne