Oh, no! Fred the Snake didn't look both ways to see if there were any speeding vehicles coming. Now, he's cut in two! Fred must wait in the hospital for the doctors to sew him back together. But they need a special bendy thread that can only be found in the distant, wild jungle! Can Jungle Jim help?
Fred our friendly snake was raised in the jungle, where animals go "oink-oink" and drop things on your head "boink-boink". When he had an accident in his adopted land his doctor needed some special bendy thread that only grows underneath rhinos! Who would be brave enough to disturb such a big creature? Jungle Jim is READY! Read on......
I wrote the first story about Fred the snake to teach my then young kids how (not) to cross the road. "Fred thought the pole on the Barber’s shop was a friendly snake. Oh Fred! Stop, STOP! But he dashed across with never a glance into the path of an ambulance". Happily his wounds were mended at the hospital with a special thread that Jungle Jim sent. Helped by star illustrator Bonnie Lemiare there are now 6 books about Fred's adventures .
Fred-Fred gets squished, and there's only one person to help! Thankfully, Fred's new friend got word to Jungle Jim, who lives in the deepest part of the jungle. Now, he must be very brave as he disturbs a huge animal to retrieve the special thread that's needed to mend Fred-Fred.
Fred the friendly snake didn't know how to cross the road, and something terrible happened! Don't worry. Jungle Jim helped by sending some special thread that would mend Fred back to new. Get your copy to learn how to NOT cross the street!
Fred was very grateful to Jungle Jim, for braving the fierce rhino to get the special mendy thread, and wrote a letter of thanks for his efforts, always a nice thing to do. Fred will be more careful crossing the road in future.
After a happy summer playing together, the boy wants to take Fred the Snake to school! Fred is a friendly snake, but the students were nervous at first. Then Fred earned their trust and affection by playing real nice and twisting into fun things they needed, like a jump rope and soccer goal!
One of the earliest important transitions in life is going to school for the first time. It is both exciting and scary. Fred was looking forward to going, but, a snake at school?? "Our teacher paled, but Mum’s entreaties soon prevailed. It really is no risk you take, for Fred’s a very friendly snake. Fred and I were rather scared, despite how carefully prepared. The other kids all stared at us when we boarded the school bus. Some I know were scared of snakes, their slivers and the hiss they make, But they will certainly soon find that this snake, Fred, is sweet and kind." Read on and find that Fred became the hero at school......
After playing together all summer, the boy wanted to take Fred, the friendly snake, to school. The teacher and students were nervous at first, but Fred became very popular when he studied well and turned himself into fun things the children needed. What's Fred's favorite class? Recess, of course!
Fred, Bernadette, Perdy, Jack, their dog Coco and many animals cram into Jim's truck and find a nice camping spot. They explore the area and enjoy hang gliding, but have to be rescued when they come unstuck when white water rafting.
Jungle Jim, Fred, Perdy, Jack, Coco and the animals have landed on an island after crashing over the waterfall. How can they summon help and get back to camp? Perdy, can you see anyone with your binocs? Is that a ranger in his truck?
Fred the snake, family and friends, thought they were on a nice quiet water float, but were suddenly and scarily launched over a waterfall. Good thing that Jim made sure they were wearing "floaty vests". Hold on tight Coco! What will happen to them? Please read on
Fred, family and friends suddenly see the upcoming waterfall....what will happen? Read on please
After exploring Charleston and going to the beach at Dewees Island, Fred asked Jungle Jim to take him camping, along with his family, Perdy, Jack, their dog Coco and the other animals. They had fun and even went hang gliding, but also a scary moment while white water rafting. Read on to see what happened.
Fred and his newly arrived friends that Jungle Jim brought go out to explore and enjoy the sights of Charleston, South Carolina
Fred the friendly snake (called Fred-Fred by my kids because he got squished in two in the first book) did well at school and then invited Jungle JIm to come visit with some friends, and to see where Fred lives. Travel restrictions in place now (April 2020) make it impossible for all of us to walk the streets of the beautiful city of Charleston, SC, where I live and work. So, turn the pages and take a fun virtual tour, illustrated perfectly by Bonnie. Y'all come on......
Charleston, SC, has much to offer for both residents and tourists. Over the last 10-15 years it has become a Foodie destination. There are dozens of great restuarants both on and off the peninsula. Fred enjoyed the mussels at Rue de Jean, as I do!
I am Peter Cotton, the author, living in Charleston, SC, so wanted Fred and friends to see the sights.
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When Daddy (with his new beard) got back from a business trip, he invited JP and Perdy to spend the day at the beach. Of course they took Jungle Jim, Fred, Bernadette and their many friends.
Fred and Bernadette went to the beach on Dewees Island,with the boy JP, his sister Perdy and their Mum and Dad. Here they are on the ferry, the Dewees Islander. They had a wonderful time, but JP had to save Bernadette who was washed out to sea on her floaty.
Fred the Snake is lonely and misses Jungle Jim and his friends. Jungle Jim finds his old shipping boat and braves the wild seas to visit Fred in South Carolina. He brings a whole animal menagerie, including a lady snake named Bernadette!
Jungle Jim had sent Fred the snake to the boy (JP) in South Carolina, where he had a great time, and even went to school. But he began to miss his old jungle friends, so asked Jim to come visit and bring a bunch of them.Jim bravely assembled a small menagerie and set sail.
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