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Books with title Ten Little Monkeys

  • Five Little Monkeys

    Cottage Door Press, Sarah Ward

    Board book (Cottage Door Press, Sept. 26, 2018)
    Play along with this well-loved rhyme and an adorable monkey puppet! This classic rhyme about five energetic monkeys features a fun finger puppet toy built into the book, encouraging interactive play, hand-eye coordination, and language development in your little one. Babies and toddlers learn best when they are playing, especially when their grown-ups share in the fun! Collect the entire series in the Finger Puppet Collection! This rhyming story entertains while teaching language patterns The adorable monkey finger puppet encourages interactive play between little ones and their grown ups Soft plush and a rhyming story combine to provide both tactile and verbal learning opportunities Practice hand-eye coordination while enjoying together time Great gift for Valentine's Day, Mothers Day, Father's Day, Easter, Grandparent's Day and birthdays
  • Ten Little Monkeys

    Tina Freeman

    Paperback (Childs Play Intl Ltd, April 1, 2001)
    All children love this traditional rhyme and singing along will help to develop number skills. Bouncy illustrations, innovative die cutting and popular rhymes make Books with Holes a must for every child. Available in three formats, suitable for babies, toddlers, pre-schoolers and the nursery or classroom.
  • Five Little Monkeys

    Lynne Avril

    language (Children's Illustrated Classics, Jan. 1, 2014)
    Five naughty monkeys jump on a bed, only to end up hurting their heads one by one. Will they ever learn?
  • Two Little Monkeys

    Mem Fox, Jill Barton

    Hardcover (Beach Lane Books, May 1, 2012)
    These monkeys are on the move! A playful, rhyming picture book from an award-winning team.Two little monkeys playing near a tree, One named Cheeky, and one named Chee. Look out, Cheeky! Look out, Chee! Someone’s prowling—who could it be? Can two clever monkeys outwit a hungry creature who’s on the prowl for a tasty lunch? And just who is this hungry prowler? From bestselling picture book giants Mem Fox and Jill Barton, here is a sweet, surprise-filled story that’s sure to have little ones everywhere leaping with delight!
  • Naughty Little Monkeys

    Jim Aylesworth, Henry Cole

    Paperback (Puffin Books, March 2, 2006)
    What happens when you leave twenty-six little monkeys home alone? Lots of monkey business, that’s what! The charming chimps in this book, with names and misbehaviors to match each letter of the alphabet, cause all kinds of trouble when Mom and Dad go out. Jim Aylesworth’s rollicking rhyming text and Henry Cole’s irresistibly mischievous monkeys teach thealphabet with unmatched exuberance, from Andy . . . all the way to Zelda!
  • Ten Little Monkeys

    Tina Freeman

    Paperback (Child's Play International, Ltd., March 1, 2007)
    In this version of the traditional counting rhyme, illustrations and lyrics depict a doctor becoming increasingly annoyed as one monkey after another bumps his or her head while jumping on a bed, in a book that features die-cut pages.
  • Three Little Monkeys

    Quentin Blake, Olivia Colman, HarperCollins Publishers Limited

    Audible Audiobook (HarperCollins Publishers Limited, Dec. 28, 2017)
    A remarkable collaboration to create a funny, anarchic and an utterly delightful audiobook. A classic of the future. Hilda Snibbs had three little monkeys. Their names were Tim and Sam and Lulu. They were very lively....
  • Three Little Monkeys

    Quentin Blake, Emma Chichester Clark

    Hardcover (HarperCollins, Nov. 7, 2017)
    *A JUNIOR LIBRARY GUILD SELECTION*Laugh-out-loud funny, totally chaotic, and utterly delightful!Tim, Sam, and Lulu are the mischievous and naughty three little monkeys who are told each day to be good while Hilda goes off to do her errands. And each day, Hilda returns home to find a bigger mess than the day before. These mischievous monkeys will likely never learn to behave!Perfect for fans of Madeline, Caps for Sale, Curious George, and Count the Monkeys!Also a great choice for fans of Quentin Blake, the well-known illustrator of the Roald Dahl books, and Emma Chichester Clark (Plumdog; Love Is My Favorite Thing; I Love You, Blue Kangaroo!). Three Little Monkeys is their first collaboration.
  • Ten Little Monkeys

    Tina Freeman

    Board book (Childs Play Intl Ltd, June 15, 2005)
  • Five Little Monkeys

    Lara Ede

    Board book (Make Believe Ideas, Jan. 3, 2012)
    Exciting new sing-along series with stunning illustrations to engage and entertain little ones!This Sing-Along Fun series brings to life some of the most famous nursery rhymes. These books include the famous rhymes Old MacDonald Had a Farm; The Wheels on the Bus; Row, Row, Row Your Boat; and Five Little Monkeys. Charming illustrations make these books the perfect introduction to classic nursery rhymes! The Carry-Me handle makes it easy for children to take their book with them wherever they go.
  • Little Monkey!

    Rod Campbell

    Board book (Macmillan Children's Books, May 16, 2019)
    An exciting jungle story from the bestselling creator of Dear Zoo, with a pop-up surprise!Little Monkey lives at the top of the tallest tree in the jungle, and gets up to all sorts of mischief: dropping nuts on Elephant's head, tickling Bear's nose and saying BOO! to Giraffe. But what happens when he tries to pull Lion's tail . . .? In Little Monkey, toddlers can spot all their favourite jungle animals, join in with the catchy refrain and see one mischievous little monkey learn to say sorry!With a gently educational message, a satisfying pop-up ending and lots of jungle animals, Little Monkey is sure to keep young children entertained for hours – and the thick card pages and chunky cased cover make it great for small hands.Rod Campbell, the creator of the preschool lift-the-flap classic Dear Zoo, has been a trusted name in early learning for over thirty-five years.
  • Ten Little Monkeys

    Danny Brooks Dalby, Shannon Osborne Thompson, Susie Garland Rice

    Hardcover (Dalmatian Press, May 1, 2002)
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