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No Monkeys, No Chocolate

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 25, 2013

    Rp a kit?

    Can I rp a she-kit? Yes or no? If yes please leave a description and name and I'll start rping her when I get back in about three or four days.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 31, 2013

    Melissa has done it again. She has taken a nonfiction subject an

    Melissa has done it again. She has taken a nonfiction subject and made it fun and interesting to read about it. Her use of book worms on each page is a fun way to add humor and get kids to turn the pages. AWell done!

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  • Posted August 31, 2013

    Who doesn¿t love monkeys? And who doesn¿t love chocolate? The ti

    Who doesn’t love monkeys? And who doesn’t love chocolate? The title alone is enough to draw readers in, and to discover the fascinating interconnectedness of nature that does indeed link monkeys and chocolate. This multi-layered book begs for repeat readings. First, to enjoy the building-block main text. Then back again, to read the in-depth text that explains the fragile balances in the rain forest habitat that produce cocoa beans. (Gross-out loving kids will love some of these details – no brain-eating maggots, no chocolate!) A third layer of text has spunky bookworms making pun-filled comments as they hang out on the pages while reading the book. Lush, detailed artwork lets readers discover something new each time they open the book. Fascinating back matter shares the latest research on rain forest cocoa groves, what we can do to help, and the author’s journey from idea to book. Monkeys and chocolate are a winning combination!

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