For little world adventurers

Learning languages by playing

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Coming soon: March 2024


by 100+ families

Dinner party

A cheerful little book in Dutch, English and Spanish with sturdy cardboard pages about numbers, colours and animals.

An adventure called gravity

A funny read-aloud story about gravity in Dutch and English.

New: Jungle the Bungle app

A playful app that teaches children new languages effortlessly.

What do parents think?

Hans, Lucas' (4) dad


Our son is very happy with it!

We recently got this book. Our son is very happy with it! He likes to grab it himself to look through it and read it. He really likes the encouragements and is already trying to imitate the English. A nice, colourful book and educational as it teaches him counting, colours and animals.

Bart, Bram's (5) dad


Cool way to learn a new language

Bram is very excited about the game where the elephant has to fish things out of the water with his trunk. He also really likes the cheerings, such as the lion's thumbs up and the elephant doing a wheely on his motorbike. This app is a really cool way to learn a new language.

Larissa, teacher


Kids learn about gravity!

This little book is super fun to give as a gift or to buy yourself for your child. It is more than a book, because you can learn several languages straight away. This happens very quickly with children. There is also a learning element to it, children learn about gravity!

Saar (6) and Lotte's (8) mum



I first wasn't sure whether this book would be suitable for my girls, but it was completely spot on. They thought it was a very funny story. All the bits were read aloud in Dutch, English and Spanish. Not once, but around 10 times. This is clearly the age that children learn a language effortlessly. Also the drawings are very nice and I like the nice and firm cardboard pages.

Karin, Sofie's (3) mum


Sofie wants to play daily

Sofie asks to play the test version of the app almost every day. Her favourite game is making smoothies with Lowy the lion. She also saw immediately when the Zazy world was no longer locked. She really likes that game. She finds the little frog, that jumps into the water when you click on it, very entertaining.

About us

Hi, hello, hola?.we are Amber and Carolina, the driving forces behind Jungle the Bungle. Our big dream is to make as many children as possible happy with our books, with the Jungle the Bungle language app or with our cheerful songs. With Jungle the Bungle, children learn new languages very fun and easily. There are currently two multilingual children's books available suitable for toddlers, pre-schoolers and preschoolers. And behind the scenes we are working hard on an interactive language app, in cooperation with EarlyBird so that children learn Dutch, English or Spanish in a playful way.

Playful learning

Scientific research shows that children who are exposed to multiple languages at an early age benefit in many areas. No wonder more and more schools are starting to offer a second language, such as English or Spanish, from grade 1.


Our opinion? We believe that every child in the world has a right to fun and education. It is one of the pillars of Jungle the Bungle. That is why, with every product sold, we give a book as a gift to an underprivileged child. Every year, we publish details of which charity we donate the books to on our website and social media. So should you decide to make a purchase, please know that you are not only doing your own child a favour but you are helping another child too!

Meet the Jungle the bungle friends

Welcome to the world of Jungle the Bungle. In our world, fun comes first. Together with all our friends, we discover the world. Meet all the happy animals, each with their own special character. Everyone is unique and so are you!  

We were at the Nine Months Fair

From 14 February to 17 February, we were in front of the Nine Months Fair together with Monito. It was a great success.

Enter the colouring contest

Colour in and win a one-year subscription to the Jungle the Bungle app (worth 49.90)

Blog on multilingualism

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In the media

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