childrens books : I Wish I Were a MONKEY (Great Book for Kids) Apes and Monkeys (Age 4 - 9) (Animal Habitats and Books for Early/Beginner Readers 5) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-08-13 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 7 user ratings

"Have you ever wished you were a Rabbit? Or a Amazonian Bird? Or what about a Monkey? Well in this latest children’s book by Dan Jackson you can learn all about Monkeys!

Each page has a captivating photo and a few sentences about Monkeys. Not only does Dan keep the reader intrigued with the photo’s but, the children also have a chance to imagine what it would be like to be a Monkey. This is a great story to read with your children then to incorporate “Make Belief” afterwards and let the children tell you why they want to be a Monkey!
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"I thought this was a very informative book which explains how orangutans and other ape like species may look like Monkeys but are really a different species all together. The Monkey species is made up of 264 known species. Heck, I didn't know that. The book then goes into to the story of Bross the Orangutan who isn't a monkey but wants to be one! My son is 10 years old and he enjoyed this book." said.

"I am selecting some books for someone quite a bit younger than me - you just never know when you will need one! I enjoyed this book because it is full of pictures and has so many interesting pictures about each animal." said.

"I read I Wish I Were a MONKEY , in exchange for honest review. I never received the book and bought the book from Amazon on a free day to complete the review. The book was written by Dan Jackson.

The book presents facts about monkeys. The first thing, which stood out was chimps, gorillas, and orangutans are not monkeys. but apes.The book discusses species (over 200) and habitats, foods eaten, and habitats. The books also discuss how monkeys handle threats and predators.

I feel the book is geared for intermediate readers, instead of beginners, since the book presents more facts than pictures. The book also uses bigger words. I also like the real life photographs throughout the book.
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"Great little grandchildren, who range from 2-4, really enjoy the pictures as well as the way they explain the different animals." said.

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