About the Author
Dan Kainen is an inventor, artist, and photographer. He lives in New York City.
Kathy Wollard is the author of Newsday's popular "How Come?" column. She has physics and journalism degrees from New York University and has written about science and health for Self, Scholastic, Popular Science, and Family Fun magazines. A former New Yorker, she and her husband now live in rural Ohio.
Dense, humid, and filled with secrets, the rain forest is home to more than half of the world’s plants and animals. Using unique Photicular technology, Jungle parts the mysterious veil of this sun-dappled land and reveals—in fluid 3-D motion—the living exuberance within. Watch a tarantula scuttle across the forest floor; a dancing whipsnake flick its tongue; a Bengal tiger on the prowl; and a brilliant green-and-red macaw soar above the canopy. It’s magical! In a world saturated with video, Photicular technology weaves a very special spell, capturing intimate, moving moments of life on earth, and tapping deeply into the reader’s imagination. With three books published—Safari, Ocean, and Polar—the bestselling series has over 1.3 million copies in print. Experience it for yourself.
- 24 pages
- Published: 2016