Could a Monkey Waterski?: Hilarious scenes bring monkey facts to life!

Could a Monkey Waterski?: Hilarious scenes bring monkey facts to life!


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Could a Monkey Waterski? provides a fun and informative introduction into the life of a monkey.

Have you ever wondered what it'd be like if a chimpanzee joined a band? By imagining animals in everyday scenarios, readers can learn about their size, diet and other features.

Featuring superb illustrations and an engaging question and answer format, this title is extremely engaging and enjoybale.

This series will be sure to keep young readers entertained whilst also helping them to understand and retain animal facts. The four titles in this series provide a fun introduction to four jungle animals: African elephant, saltwater crocodile, chimpanzee and a Bengal.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781609929459
Publisher: QED Publishing
Publication date: 06/07/2016
Series: What if a Series
Pages: 24
Product dimensions: 9.10(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range: 4 - 7 Years

About the Author

Camilla de le Bedoyere was a teacher for 10 years before she became a full-time nonfiction author. She has written more than 250 books for children. Camilla is currently Editor of the Children's Page of a British national newspaper.

Aleksei Bitskoff always loved to draw as a child, covering his exercise books in doodles. His illustration for the AOI's Transport For London competition was exhibited in the summer and his story Me and You gained 3rd place in the Macmillan Prize. He has also been highly commended in the England's Cheltenham Illustration Award.

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Could a Monkey Waterski?: Hilarious scenes bring monkey facts to life! 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Tangen More than 1 year ago
Great! Did you know that capuchin monkeys are native only to parts of Central America and eastern/middle South America? Lots of fun facts and "how comes" about how we can relate to capuchin monkeys. When my almost-eight-year-old sat down to read and help with review, I wondered about the reading level, as it took her quite a while to enjoy the book. It wasn't the reading level, but a matter of enjoying all of the parts of the illustrations on each pair of pages! Great illustrations with eye-catching colors! Anneliese just LOVED this book! If you can't get a grandparent to buy one, nag your local or regional public library, or the school library. Clear, simple word usage, but this grandma enjoyed it as much as A's mother, and a teenaged boy I snagged for an opinion. Thank you Giveaways!