Monkey Monkey Monkey (2020)

Monkey Monkey Monkey Cathy MacLennan Monkey Monkey Monkey An explosion of color and pattern plus a mischievously appealing title character will make this picture book a children s favorite and one they ll pick up again and again What does Little Monkey rea
  • Title: Monkey Monkey Monkey
  • Author: Cathy MacLennan
  • ISBN: 9781906250300
  • Page: 442
  • Format: Hardcover
Monkey Monkey Monkey Cathy MacLennan An explosion of color and pattern, plus a mischievously appealing title character, will make this picture book a children s favorite and one they ll pick up again and again What does Little Monkey really want A monkey monkey nut So he searches the jungle, high and low and all around Along the way, he sees new sights, hears new sounds, and makes lots of new friends ButAn explosion of color and pattern, plus a mischievously appealing title character, will make this picture book a children s favorite and one they ll pick up again and again What does Little Monkey really want A monkey monkey nut So he searches the jungle, high and low and all around Along the way, he sees new sights, hears new sounds, and makes lots of new friends But will he get the nut he s looking for Follow Monkey on this rollicking rainforest romp to find out A tender, loving reunion with Mom and Dad makes the perfect end to this rhyming, rhythmic tale.
Monkey Monkey Monkey Cathy MacLennan

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  1. Angie

    I am a big fan of MacLennan s other book, Chicky Chicky Chook Chook I love how she strings words and nonsense words together into a silly rhythmic sentence and somehow it all makes sense I am wondering if I could use it the same way I use Chicky Chicky Chook Chook as a call and response Great for Print Motivation and Phonological Awareness because of the rhythm and words.

  2. Hannah Mary

    KS1 picture book Following a little monkey on an adventure to find some monkey nuts Monkey find different animals as he goes higher up the tree Good for jungle or animal topics Also has repetitive phrases children can join in with.

  3. Robin Rousu

    A fine book, but anybody who can read aloud Monkey wants some monkey nuts Monkey monkey monkey nuts repeatedly without losing it is made of stronger stuff than I Recommended for 2 4 year olds whose parents can keep a straight face.

  4. Camille

    Cute monkey story about a little monkey on the hunt for some yummy nuts His hunt takes him all around through groves, a river and up a tree until he gets lost Don t worry there s a happy ending of course I was reading it to toddlers and a few babies, and I really wanted the prose to rhyme And although I like the illustrations I think they re a little difficult for a storytime audience to see But, if read well, this book could be fun and possibly interactive.

  5. Heidi-Marie

    I don t know what I expected, but I know it wasn t that I kept trying to think how I could work it as a toddler book Length and illustrations would be fine However, as for my skills right now, I don t think I could make it work And the ending I don t know what about it I didn t like But the monkey was cute.

  6. Sharper1

    Oh My Stars Speechless, but I will definitely be sending my friends quotes from this one.Wow.Very, very awesome humor for adults If you have a 13 year old mind, that is So awkward So awesome.

  7. Beth

    Lively, colorful illustrations follow monkey through the jungle in search of monkey nuts Good use of print awareness and print motivation but something was missing, maybe a rhyme.

  8. Amy Brown

    Another book by the author of Chicky Chicky Chook Chook Very rhythmic, rhyming, good for use with rhythm stick or shakers Would be fun to use in preschool storytime.

  9. Molly

    This will be a fun jungle storytime book Though you may need to practice the tongue twisting language Ages 3

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