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Look At The Monkeys - cover

Look At The Monkeys

Kim Mitzo Thompson, Karen Mitzo Hilderbrand

Publisher: Twin Sisters® Digital Media™

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Summary

Kids will love this sweet story/song combination as they listen to “Look at The Monkeys” and follow along word-for-word in this adorably illustrated eBook. Learning how to count backwards from five is a blast for little ones, as they count down with a group of silly monkeys. Pictures of happy monkeys to go along with fun and repetitive lyrics as children are introduced to important early literacy skills.
Available since: 02/07/2024.

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