The Banana Bunch
Written by Dawn Carroll
Illustrated by Linden Hare
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The Lovereading4Kids comment
This is a delightful picture book for everyone - to be shared with children and will be enjoyed equally by the adults who share it with them. Full of humour it features a cast of monkeys whose mishaps and mischievous adventures provide a terrific story, but it also has an underlying goodwill theme to it.
It was written originally for a friend of the author who was ill in hospital in an attempt to cheer her up.
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The Banana Bunch by Dawn Carroll
Two families of good-natured but rather accident prone monkeys try and generally fail to deliver bananas in ever more madcap ways, to their human friend in hospital who loathes the hospital food! The hospital won't let them bring in the bananas so they dig a tunnel but fail, use a rocket to transport them but fail, use a parachute but fail. In fact, they try for a whole month and eventually dressed up in postal uniform with parcels to deliver full of bananas they get through security and deliver their bananas to all the unwell people in the hospital. Perfect bedtime reading as it will have parent and child in giggles.
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