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Publisher Description

When the moon is full you are invited to join Rumble Drum the Elephant, Rip Rhino, Tops Giraffe, Dudu Dove and their bush friends under the Umbrella tree, next to the waterhole. Spinosa the spider will be spinning her "Tales of the Full Moon", and weaving her magical, educational children's stories: the adventures of Wally Warthog as he parts with his tail, Zillah Zebra losing her stripes, Splash, the baby hippo who finds her way and others.

"Tales of the Full Moon" is a unique Ebook with links to beautiful audio visuals of real animals in the bush with authentic sound effects. Children learn about the secret lives of animals and absorb their wisdom while being entertained by the antics of Merlin Monkey and XiXi, the squirrel.

Fact and fiction are blended to create 'edutainment' at its best; engaging, delighting, informing and inviting the viewer to learn more, and care about wildlife and the wild places of Africa

October 26
Planet Afryca Limited

Customer Reviews

Fish281 ,


Wonderful and unique. The stories and sounds really do make u feel as though you are in Africa. A fab read and experience!

Bush fanatic ,

Tales of the Full moon

A stunning book, an exploration into the African bushveld. The audio visuals are beautiful and will help transport a child who has never been to Africa themselves into this magical world. Whilst enjoying wonderful stories you are immersed in a wealth of facts. Sur Hart's amazing knowledge of African wildlife shines through, silken threads of knowledge glistening like jewel-like dew drops. This book will transport your child on a safari without the expense of a plane ticket! A great book to use in the classroom as well.

Umoya ,

Magical .... the African bush comes alive!

This is such a special book. Through the video Web Links I was transported straight away to the bush world of Spinosa, the spider, and her animal friends. Though this book is primarily for children, it will appeal to all generations and especially those who love Africa.

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