Monkey Business by Paul Strickland

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The jungle is astir. Something very, very exciting has happened beneath the old family tree. What could it possibly be? Whatever the cause, it certainly has the jungle denizens in a tizzy. In six glorious, bursting-with-color-and-energy pop-up spreads, Paul Stickland yet again dazzles young readers wtih brilliant, reach-right-out-and-grab-you self-activating pops. Follow the monkeys throught the jungle as they gather their neighborhood friends - elephants, tigers, giraffes, and alligators - to unveil something that makes them feel so proud. Big brothers and big sisters will be especially delighted to discover the new arrivals nestled snugly within the shrubbery...and can even rock them to and fro simply by pulling a tab. Using the same lilting, chant-along rhyming text and pop-up wizardry he displayed in his bestselling Truck Jam and Big Dig, Paul Stickland has added an outrageously hilarioius jungle menagerie to his masterful repertoire.
 

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Published October 1, 2003 by Ragged Bear. 12 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife.

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Monkeys, jokes and other high-interest topics take center stage in several interactive books. Monkey Business: A Jungle Pop-Up by Paul Stickland features an impressive display of paper engineering

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