Scholastic Early Science: Little Monkey Gets Lost (Where Animals Live)
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The books in the Scholastic Early Science series tell simple and delightful stories with illustrations by some of India’s best illustrators. The stories are complemented by little snippets of information that teach children about various things on the topic covered in the book.
Little monkey is roaming about in the jungle because he is lost. While looking for his home, he meets a number of animals. This book teaches your children where different animals, birds and insects live and what their homes are made of.
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