The Monkey and the Bee Kindle ☆ The Monkey MOBI

The Monkey and the Bee Kindle ☆ The Monkey MOBI

The Monkey and the Bee [Reading] ➶ The Monkey and the Bee ➬ C.P. Bloom – After the success of The Monkey Goes Bananas the silly monkey is back for another adventure This time he finally has his banana but he doesn’t want to share when a playful bumblebee wants a bite The After the success of The Monkey Goes and the Kindle Ö Bananas the silly monkey is back for another adventure This time The Monkey MOBI :Ú he finally has his banana but he doesn’t want to share when a playful bumblebee wants a bite The Monkey and the PDF Å monkey tries to swat away the bee and enjoy his banana in peace but in the process finds himself with a much bigger problem on his hands he’s awakened an angry lion Will The Monkey and the Bee work together to escape the king of the jungle Full of energy surprise and strong visual storytelling The Monkey and the Bee will once again charm readers with its fast paced humor and high jinks.

10 thoughts on “The Monkey and the Bee

  1. Matt Matt says:

    A book with so few words can say so much As Neo and I interpreted it a monkey was trying to enjoy a banana when a bee came buzzing around No matter what the monkey did that bee would not be deterred This banter goes on and the monkey ends up chasing the bee all over tarnation only to encounter a lion that is not all that happy about the ruckus Monkeys and lions do not make fast friends turning this into uite the chase By the end the bee is happy to help his friend the monkey and they become fast friends Neo did not like the lack of words but was uite impressed that we could interpret the story for ourselves This will mean anyone who picks up the book has their own tale to narrate I am eager to see what others find within these pages

  2. Andrea Andrea says:

    This book has about seven words in it but is really fun to read The illustrative style is similar to a comic or a graphic novel—so few words and so much of the story is told through the illustrations and mixing up the word order

  3. Milton Louie Milton Louie says:

    The adventures of a monkey a banana and a bee B

  4. DeNae DeNae says:

    so much expression and emotion conveyed in just a few words and some fantastic illustrations

  5. Robin Raines-Bond Robin Raines-Bond says:

    Laugh out loud fun Very few words with very expressive illustrations The kids loved this one

  6. Wayne Walker Wayne Walker says:

    First there was The Monkey Goes Bananas 2014 a vividly illustrated nearly wordless picture book which tells the story of a determined monkey’s attempt to grab a snack when he spies a banana tree across the shark infested waters from where he sits resulting in an inventive romp with some hilarious conseuences The story continues in The Monkey and the Bee as the silly monkey finally has his bananas but doesn’t want to share them when a playful bumblebee seeks a bite The monkey tries to swat the bee away and enjoy his bananas in peaceHowever what will the two of them do when their antics awaken an angry lion? Will they be able to work together to escape the king of the jungle? Will anyone ever get to eat a banana? There is not much text in this book but it does exhibit a highly visual form of storytelling in which children will enjoy guessing what will happen next Young readers and listeners will find it full of energy and surprise with its fast paced humor and high jinks The monkey’s facial expressions are deliciously funny C P Bloom is actually the creative team of Carly Dempsey Ed Bloom and illustrator Peter Raymundo who started his career as an animator for Walt Disney Studios and now works as a storyboard artist for independent films and commercials in Florida

  7. Sandy Brehl Sandy Brehl says:

    This is a delight in so many ways with the illustrations and simple text sharing the glory of a lively fast paced friendship story The simple naming approach to text will allow little readers to chime in and uickly acuire visual vocabulary making it a go to title for emerging readers who will happily reread it again and again The expressive faces heavy black outlibne and action strokes accent make the boldly colored images winners There is a touch of sibling rivalry in this story of developing friendship a sort of we can suabble with each other but if someone else attacks we'll stick together mentalityMy only uibble is that the large clear text is in all caps and I'd prefer that as the story progressed some of the now familiar words would have shifted to lower case or even changing font allowing little ones to make the leap to know that letters can take on different forms and still be doing the same job That's the life long teacher in me speaking up but it is an issue in choosing to use this book with early learningELL kids

  8. Barbara Barbara says:

    A monkey is not eager to share his banana with a bee hovering nearby He shoos the bee away but it's a persistent creature and lands on the banana again When he almost swallows the bee the monkey becomes enraged and chases him Intent on swatting that bee he ends up bothering a lion who gives chase to him Strangely enough the bee turns out to be a very good friend to the monkey saving him from the lion The book's humor small amount of text and colorful illustrations will entice readers to read this one repeatedly Who knew that a monkey and a bee could get along so well?

  9. Emily Emily says:

    I like this even better than Bloom's first monkey story The Monkey Goes Bananas It keeps to the few words lots of facial expressions style of Bananas but feels a bit storytime friendlier to me or at least I feel likely to easily pull it off would work in a monkey beeinsect lion the surprise or friendship themed storytime Opportunities for kids to kids to buzz and I'll have them point to sting

  10. Emily Emily says:

    This book is hilarious especially if you loved The Monkey Goes Bananas The comic style and nearly wordless format is very similar to the preuel but this one may even be funnier as the monkey finally gets his banana but he has to learn how to shareThis can be a very funny storytime book but has to be read with a lot of expression

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