Explore the jungle from Mount Airy

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March 06, 2003|By Molly Knight | Molly Knight,SUN STAFF

Have you ever dreamed of exploring the jungles? Of coming face to face with lions and tigers? Of hearing the sounds of thousands of birds, insects and large animals echo through the trees around you?

If so, then stop by the Mount Airy Branch Library tomorrow morning for "Down in the Jungle," a jungle-themed story time. Even though the Earth's steamy jungles are far from snowy Baltimore, kids can learn what it's like to explore the jungle through stories, songs and games.

Stories that will be read include Watch Out Big Bro's Coming by Jez Alborough, Rumble in the Jungle by Giles Andreae and David Wojtowyec, Who Is the Beast? by Keith Baker, How Loud is a Lion? by Clare Beaton and Little Gorilla by Ruth Bornstein.

"Down in the Jungle" will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at the Mount Airy Branch Library, 705 Ridge Ave. Call 410-386-4470.

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