Micky Monkey Gets Lost by Heinrich Van den Berg, Sue Barnett
  

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Micky Monkey Gets Lost by Heinrich Van den Berg, Sue Barnett

This is the story of a plucky little Velvet monkey called Micky who gets separated from his mummy during a big thunderstorm and falls from the tree as the troop rushes off in fright. In the course of his journey he comes across a variety of animals, some friendly, others dangerous, like the leopard that can see in the dark. But just before he becomes a snack, the hyena is scared off and Micky is rescued by a kindly man and his wife. They find Micky?s troop, and soon he is reunited with his mummy! Filling 80 pages, this is a wonderfully educational hardcover

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Format

Hardback
82 pages
Interest Age: From 4

Author

Heinrich Van den Berg, Sue Barnett
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Publisher

Publication date

1st November 2014

ISBN

9780620610797


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