Night Monkey, Day Monkey Board book – 7 Aug 2006
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"Reassuring and funny, this is ideal bedtime reading for bright children."" The Independent on Sunday"" --This text refers to an alternate Board book edition.
About the Author
Julia Donaldson is an extremely prolific and well-known author. The Gruffalo and Room on the Broom are two of her best-known books - they have won many prizes and topped the best-seller charts. Julia has also written four Bananas: Spinderella, The Wrong Kind of Bark, Follow the Swallow and The Quick Brown Fox Cub, also illustrated by Lucy Richards. Julia lives in Glasgow. Lucy Richards is a much-loved illustrator. The Magic Sky was the first picture book she wrote herself. She has also illustrated two Banana books - Mairi's Mermaid by Michael Morpurgo and The Quick Brown Fox Cub by Julia Donaldson. She lives in Bristol.
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Top Customer Reviews
Last summer when she saw her shadow in the garden for the first time, it frightened her. I was able to remind her of the monkey's shadows in the book and her fear was gone.
Another great book by the same author as the Gruffalo.
This is a lovely Julia Donaldson book and is an easy one to read and for toddlers to listen to as it rhymes and is slightly repetitive in places so is quite catchy. The basic premise is that things can feel strange in the night but can be explained e.g. strange noises etc..
The book is beautifully illustrated and like all Julia Donaldson books, it will be popular with toddlers and young children.
But child loves it even though its too old, its a good book to read with its classic rhyming flow.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Terrible book. Save your money and buy an excellent bedtime story such as 'How To Catch A Star' written by Oliver Jeffers which is utterly charming and delightful.Published 3 days ago by Lou
My daughter loved these moneys and the story. She plays with the teddies all the time and we read the book once a week. Cute and great readPublished 8 days ago by carla m
As other reviewers have noted this is not a full size book and is not hardback.
Despite this, makes a lovely little gift for any younger/pre-school child, boy or girl. Read more
This is my second copy of the book; My daughter loved the illustrations and poem but quickly destroyed the first one. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Amazon Customer
Love the story and pictures! And so does the 2 year old :) but it's not hardcopy as said, just smaller version of the big book i first seen with toys this time. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ruth
A lovely little set - I bought several as Christmas presents. The book isn't terribly sturdy, but for only five pounds they were a good buy.Published 2 months ago by Mrs Laura Smith