Poor Momo...he's decided there's just too much kissing going on here in the jungle and it's got to stop. Everytime he turns around there's someone kissing hello, kissing good-bye, kissing good morning and goodnight. If you get hurt, someone wants to kiss your boo-boo, and make it all better. And if you have a disagreement, they want to kiss and make up. "Why does there have to be so much kissing? It goes on everywhere, all over the place, especially mommies kissing babies. I wish no one had invented kissing." But all that is about to change when Momo's mommy brings his new baby brother home..... Emma Chichester Clark has authored a clever and entertaining story, starring an endearing little friend, that is sure to charm and delight all those who often suffer little Momo's plight. Her simple and witty text is complemented by bright and engaging jungle scenes, full of humorous detail and marvelous facial expressions, and little ones, tired of being constantly smooched by relatives and parent's friends will easily identify and empathize with Momo as he tries to avoid the often inevitable kissing ordeals. No More Kissing is perfect for preschoolers as young as two, and with its sweet and amusing twist at the end, is sure to put a big smile on everyone's face.