Moonhag and The Monster Monkey

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FREE Fun Story for kids: This is the short and funny story of how Kubuka (a young vervet monkey) met and became friends with Bazi (a young spotted hyena). Children of about 5 and up will enjoy this simple tale, and might even learn a few facts about African wildlife - such as how many different creatures make their homes in ant hills. And who is Moonhag? Read on and find out!
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About Janet Keegans

Janet Keegans was born in the UK, but raised in Africa — first Uganda, then Zimbabwe. Her childhood playground was the African bush, literally at the end of the garden. After a career in advertising, she now lives in Cape Town, but the magic of Africa’s remote wilderness, wildlife and folklore remains close to her heart.

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Kitty Honeybrook reviewed on on June 20, 2012

I found "Moonhag and the Monster Monkey" when looking up Janet Keegan's book 'Kubuka and the Magic Calabash', which I have read - and enjoyed - already. 'Moonhag and the Monster Monkey' is utterly delightful. The author really brings the African bush alive; she writes engagingly and knowledgeably, and the reader will find themselves chuckling and learning about the animals at the same time. Kids and adults will love it. (I wish this sort of book had been around when I was growing up in Africa, years ago.) It makes me want to be in the bush again :)
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Jacqui Taylor reviewed on on June 13, 2012

I read "Moonhag and the Monster Monkey" with a smile on my face! Janet really has a way with words that children love. This African tale is a great introduction to two of the characters in "Kubuka and the Magic Calabash" - also by Janet. I read this book to my kids as a bedtime story - they thought it was fantastic! One minute they were laughing out loud the next, peeking over the bed covers.

The best thing about Janet's stories is that reading them to your kids will entertain you too!
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