Monkey Business in Glacier National Park: A Kid's Guide to having SAFE FUN in the Park pdf
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Monkey Business In Glacier National Park: A Kid's Guide To Having Safe Fun In The Park

ARE THERE MONKEYS IN GLACIER NATIONAL PARK? Well, there are NOW! In this kids’ “guidance” book, our little plush monkey friends help us observe wild animals in their natural habitat without interfering with real-life animals, teaching the first valuable lesson: leave wildlife alone! Hilariously funny TALKING plush monkeys are the stars of the show! KIDS don’t get into trouble, MONKEYS do…but the k...

Grade Level: 3 - 4
Paperback: 56 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (June 11, 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1530346762
ISBN-13: 978-1530346769
Product Dimensions: 8 x 0.1 x 10 inches
Amazon Rank: 2345333
Format: PDF Text TXT book

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“Not only a "MUST READ" for the kids, but adults as well.It teaches valuable lessons for everyone on how to act in not only Glacier National Park, but every national park.No live animals were used for the book. The author used stuffed animals so the k...”

ds learn the lessons just the same! Imaginations get a thorough workout! Filled with eye-popping photos of the scenery in Glacier Park, you get a tour of the most prominent locations along with amazing insights for kids to help them enjoy this magical wonderland of nature. Having SAFE RESPONSIBLE FUN is the main focus, a concern for every parent. The cool part is: kids will digest the message better if you present it in a humorous manner. Fun-loving monkeys insure the message comes through loud and clear. Kids can look forward to achieving 2 main goals with this book: 1. Learn lots of real facts about the park and its wildlife. 2. Have crazy-good fun learning that stuff! Our monkey friends don’t know anything about the park, so the kids PRETEND to be grownups so they can be the leaders. They advise the monkeys what to do, and what NOT to do so they can avoid danger and stay out of trouble. “Ranger Joey” pop-ups reinforce the message on each page so nobody is left wondering if the monkeys did a good thing or a bad thing. It’s spelled out plainly, leaving kids with full knowledge of what just happened. The novelty of this book is that kids are empowered to make good choices. It demonstrates how to excel by using common sense and employing your ability to stop, look and listen. Kids get to be real-life heroes! Positive reinforcement of good behaviors is a large part of the story too. There is wonderful character growth in the storyline. The fun part? From beginning to end, the mischievous monkeys are constantly in and out of trouble. But there’s always a lesson learned, making the most of teachable moments with lots of entertainment and laughter. Fact: It’s always better to prevent mistakes or trouble by learning from somebody else’s ‘monkey business’! There’s ‘guidance’ in this book that’s not available in any ‘guide’ book. Kids will be inspired to ask important questions that lead to a safe and rewarding visit to Glacier National Park, Montana.