What if an animal was trying to talk to you? And what if you could understand their cheeps, snorts, calls, and roars?
Indi And Zion are ages 10 and 8 when they move to the Amazon rainforest with their parents. One day, an unusual bird appears that keeps calling out their names. They follow him, and soon they find themselves swept into an adventure where they discover new friends and the hidden mysteries of the jungle. Into the Rainforest is an early chapter book for children ages 6 to 10. It is the first book in The Lost City Series.
Who will Enjoy Into the Rainforest and The Lost City Series?
- Young readers interested in jungle animals like jaguars, parrots, monkeys, sloths, toucans, capybaras, and frogs
- Children who love to imagine what it would be like to live in a wild place like the Amazon rainforest
- Those who enjoy books about friendship
- Young readers ages 6 to 10 who love adventures, especially jungle adventures
Interview with the Author
Question: Why did you write Into the Rainforest?
Answer: I wrote the book for my children and their friends. They love reading books like the Never Girls and the Magic Treehouse series. I wanted to write something similar. While there are no fairies, there is magic and adventure in the books.
Question: Where did you get the idea?
Answer: The idea for Into the Rainforest came from the bedtime stories I would tell our kids. Those stories were always about a baby jaguar and a crazy green parrot who were always getting into trouble.
Question: What will the other books in The Lost City Series be about?
Answer: My first answer is that you’ll have to wait and see. But I can say that the lost city of Yanopacho has many secrets, and the girls and their friends will play an important part in discovering them.