Little Bobo Saves the Day by Serena Romanelli

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"An adorable little orangutan who falls in love with the joy of making music", is how The Children's Book Review Service described the hero of Little Bobo. Now Bobo is back for an entertaining new jungle adventure. He still loves making music on his violin, and he's just as adorable as ever.

In this story, Bobo makes a scary journey alone through the jungle at night and braves an encounter with one of the much-feared humans to find medicine for his ailing Uncle Darwin. Not only does he save the day, but he learns how to paint and finds a new (human!) friend to make music with.


About Serena Romanelli

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Serena Romanelli was born in Florence, Italy. She studied illustration at the Rietveld Academy of Art in Amsterdam, where she met Hans de Beer. Romanelli especially loves drawing for children because fantasy and imagination play such important parts in a child's world-a world she has not forgotten. Hans de Beer was born in Muiden, a small town near Amsterdam, in the Netherlands. He studied illustration at the Rietveld Academy of Art in Amsterdam. Hans de Beer's Little Polar Bear books enjoy great international success. They have been published in 18
Published October 1, 1997 by North-South. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Action & Adventure, Children's Books.

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A violin-playing orangutan stars in this feeble story about courage and fidelity.

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