Monkey and Robot: In the Snow by Felix Hayes
  

Synopsis

Monkey and Robot: In the Snow by Felix Hayes

In this fourth book in the Monkey and Robot series, Monkey and Robot are very excited when it starts to snow. Of course they cannot resist going out to play and have fun. But when they start making a snowball, the snowball becomes bigger and bigger and BIGGER until it is out of control! Monkey and Robot end up rather wet and snowy, but a big mug of hot chocolate helps to cheer them up.

About the Author

Felix Hayes trained as an actor and ran a theatre company for ten years. He is also the voice of The Gruffalo in theatre productions. Hannah Broadway's first picture book was called Dog Day, and Monkey and Robot are her first books for Bloomsbury. Felix and Hannah are married and live in Bristol.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: from 0 to 5

Author

Felix Hayes
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Publisher

Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Publication date

3rd October 2011

ISBN

9781408806562


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