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Mungo Monkey Has a Birthday Party Award-winning author

by Lydia Monks (author)

Suitable for 3 - 5 years

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Mungo Monkey has woken up very early . . . because today is his BIRTHDAY!

There are so many things to do before Mungo’s birthday party starts: balloons to blow up, party hats to make and a cake to bake. Mungo needs to pick his fancy dress costume, too. What will he choose? Lift the flaps and join in the party preparations with Mungo, his friends and his favourite toy Narnie.

Mungo Monkey comes from the genius of Lydia Monks, award-winning illustrator whose collaborations include What the Ladybird Heard and The Princess and the Wizard with Julia Donaldson and the `Indie Kidd’ series with Karen McCombie. Mungo Monkey’s beautiful illustrations with flaps to lift on every page make for an interactive reading experience that is perfect for children aged 3 and up.

Lydia Monks has created a world full of vibrant and colourful characters that little ones will want to revisit again and again!

Collect all of Mungo Monkey’s adventures:

Mungo Monkey goes to School

Mungo Monkey has a Birthday Party

Mungo Monkey goes on a TrainMungo Monkey to the Rescue

Lydia Monks is an award-winning illustrator and author, best known for her quirky and colourful picture books including I Wish I Were a Dog, Aaaarrgghh, Spider! and the Mungo Monkey series. She has successfully collaborated with many authors such as Julia Donaldson (What the Ladybird Heard, Princess and the Wizard) and Karen McCombie (Indie Kidd series), and poets including Carol Ann Duffy (Skipping Rope Snake, Queen Nibble & Queen Munch). Her awards include the Stockport Children’s Book Award, the Nestle Smarties Prize and the Royal Mail Scottish Children’s Book Award.

Product Details

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781405268660

Publisher

Egmont Books Ltd

Date published

February 27th, 2014

Condition

New

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  1. scholasticloverchoco123
    on 2 September 2016

    I didn’t like it because it’s for little kids and it was very short but it was also bright and bubbly and full of cool flaps

    2out of 5
  2. puppydog2
    on 28 July 2016

    i really liked it because it was so bright and there were so many flaps!

    5out of 5
  3. sunny7
    on 14 December 2015

    So nice!!!!!! wonderful picture and personally I love any Lydia Monk stories

    5out of 5
  4. Anjali89
    on 5 November 2015

    i think that this book is too babish for me it should be for the ones aged 3-6 years.it is to boring

    2out of 5
  5. sb5m
    on 5 November 2015

    its rubbish its for liitle babys

    1out of 5
  6. coolsimi18
    on 28 May 2015

    i think it was boring because it was short

    1out of 5
  7. Gaaya
    on 7 December 2014

    I think it should be for little ones who are under 6. Good and colourful

    3out of 5
  8. 9520
    on 29 October 2014

    This book is a bit boring and rubbish.But flaps are good.

  9. niall345
    on 26 September 2014

    Boring, hate it

    My baby sister loves it

    2out of 5
  10. dragons9
    on 19 July 2014

    this book is really amazing.

  11. choochoo564
    on 17 June 2014

    boring,rubbish and not for me

    2out of 5
  12. Spidergirl
    on 9 March 2014

    This book is so colourful and the flaps just add more exilcitment to reading

    5out of 5
  13. Book-Club-Review-Team
    on 24 February 2014

    I think this story is brilliant because I love the flaps and all the animals.

    Jessica, aged 5

    5out of 5