Why Monkeys Swing in the Trees by
  

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Why Monkeys Swing in the Trees by

You see there was a time when Monkeys didn't swing in the trees. They used to stay on the ground and play ...And they loved to wind Crocodile up! Join the mischievous Monkeys for a gloriously colourful adventure through Tinga Tinga, and find out what happens when Crocodile gets cross and goes snap!

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We're sure British children are going to come to love these African stories, inspired by rich indigenous artwork Michael Carrington, Head of CBeebies

About the Author

Tinga Tinga Tales is a brand-new animation from Tiger Aspect, makers of the hit children's animation Charlie and Lola. Tiger Aspect Productions are one of the UK's most successful BAFTA-award-winning television producers. Tinga Tinga Tales is inspired by traditional animal stories and the Tingatinga artwork of Tanzania and is animated in Nairobi, Kenya.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 2

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Publisher

Puffin an imprint of Penguin Books Ltd

Publication date

2nd September 2010

ISBN

9780141327839


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