Out of the morning mist a vast ocean of leaves appears. What lies beneath―the varied and teeming life of animals and plants―is vividly portrayed through the cycle of day and night in the jungle world. Considered Helen Borton’s masterpiece, The Jungle was inspired by a trip to Guatemala in 1967, when few others were going there―let alone a woman―to seek out images and stories to share with children back in the US.
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Born in Philadelphia in 1930, Helen Borten attended the Philadelphia Museum College of Art and produced the main body of her children's picture books in the 1960––books for which she received high praise, awards, and much love.
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