Based on a true story, this is a tale of a boy whose passion and love for animals makes him treat them as his friends. Little Moïse was going to celebrate his fifth birthday and, just like his birthday every year before, his entire family was involved in preparing big elaborate gifts to surprise him. This year, his birthday was very unique and unusual because on his celebration night, Moïse’s elder sister gave him a wonderful birthday gift: She offered him an extraordinarily funny account of “the Jungleman and his encounter with the green Snake, the lucky Frog, the lost Lion and the frightened Zebra.”
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