Night Monkey, Day MonkeyMixed media product
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- Publisher: Egmont Books Ltd
- Format: Mixed media product | 32 pages
- Dimensions: 210mm x 264mm x 8mm | 200g
- Publication date: 1 November 2008
- Publication City/Country: London
- ISBN 10: 1405234377
- ISBN 13: 9781405234375
- Illustrations note: full colour illustrations
- Sales rank: 64,266
One of Julia Donaldson's classic picture book stories about two monkeys who are as different as night and day. Night Monkey and Day Monkey don't think they have much in common. But when they each spend time in the other's opposite worlds, they learn a lot. And they also learn to be the best of friends. One of the finest rhyming picture book stories from Julia Donaldson, the author behind The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and What The Ladybird Heard. Full of fun and food for thought, Night Monkey, Day Monkey is beautifully drawn by Lucy Richards, one of the most talented illustrators drawing today.
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Julia Donaldson is an extremely prolific and well-known author. The Gruffalo and Room on the Broom are two of her best-known books - they have won many prizes and topped the best-seller charts. Julia has also written four Bananas: Spinderella, The Wrong Kind of Bark, Follow the Swallow (also a picture book illustrated by Pam Smy) and The Quick Brown Fox Cub, also illustrated by Lucy Richards. Julia lives in Glasgow. Lucy Richards is a much-loved illustrator. Her debut picture book, The Magic Sky, won the Gold Medal at the Practical Preschool Awards 2005. It is also available as a book and audio CD. Lucy has also illustrated two Banana books - Mairi's Mermaid by Michael Morpurgo and The Quick Brown Fox Cub by Julia Donaldson. She lives in Wiltshire.
"Reassuring and funny, this is ideal bedtime reading for bright children." " --The Independent on Sunday"