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Product NameMonkey See, Monkey Draw
LanguageEnglish
CategoryBook / Magazine / Publication
Short DescriptionPaperback
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Long DescriptionAt the foot of the Mbuno Hills in Africa lies a mysterious, dark cave that a troupe of monkeys never venture into. One day while playing a game with Elephant, their rare nut from an ancient baobab tree rolls into the cave. The cave, they come to find out, is covered in paintings, so they begin to create their own masterpieces with mud. But then they squabble over whose painting was the best. Who won the game? Elephant has a different way of looking at it: "It's not a game to win or lose. Just have fun." The monkeys soon join Elephant in drawing and painting just for fun, and no longer fear the painted cave.
Created11-15-2012 5:05:52pm
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