[KINDLE] ❤ Wheres My Mom? ➜ Julia Donaldson – Thomashillier.co.uk

Wheres My Mom? When Little Monkey Can T Find His Mother, Butterfly Offers To Help In The Search Little Monkey Says That His Mother Is Big, So Butterfly Leads Him To An Elephant No, That S Not Right Little Monkey Says His Mom Is Furry, So Butterfly Leads Him To A Bat That S Not Right Either From Then On, Little Monkey And Butterfly Meet Many Jungle Animals, But They Don T Find Mom Until Little Monkey Comes Up With Just The Right Description With Julia Donaldson S Effortless Rhyme And Axel Scheffler S Vibrant Illustrations, This Circular Tale Combines Funny Miscommunication With A Little Bit Of Science For A Charming Feel Good Adventure.


10 thoughts on “Wheres My Mom?

  1. says:

    Monkey puzzle is the tale of a young monkey who searches for his mum with the help of a butterfly Confusion unfolds as the butterfly uses only the most immediate piece of information when looking for the monkey s mum, for example She s big declares the monkey bigger than me and using this information the butterfly takes the monkey to an elephant This pattern continues with humour and rhyme as the animal pair meet numerous other animals until the monkey is finally reunited with its mum and Monkey puzzle is the tale of a young monkey who searches for his mum with the help of a butterfly Confusion unfolds as the butterfly uses only the most immediate piece of information when looking for the monkey s mum, for example She s big declares the monkey bigger than me and using this information the butterfly takes the monkey to an elephant This pattern continues with humour and rhyme as the animal pair meet numerous other animals until the monkey is finally reunited with its mum and dad The story was great fun to read, with lots of opportunity for children to interact with the story, such as declaring what each animal is As always with this collection of titles from Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler which includes the critically acclaimed The Gruffalo , the illustration is vibrant and brings to life the animal characters The characters are all which the children can relate to the monkey in search of its mother could be the children themsel...


  2. says:

    Monkey Puzzle By, Julia Donaldson Axel Scheffler.I have read a few great titles by this author including The Gruffalo , Room on the Broom , A Squash and a Squeeze and this one is no exception A great story about a little monkey that is quite upset after loosing his mum in the jungle A butterfly comes to help him find his mum, so off they go, on an adventure through the jungle to reunite poor little monkey with his mum The little monkey keeps describing his mum to the butterfly but Monkey Puzzle By, Julia Donaldson Axel Scheffler.I have read a few gre...


  3. says:

    This is an endearing story about a monkey who loses his Mum and is helped by a butterfly to try and find her Throughout the book, other animals are introduced using describing what they look like This allows the children to interact with the story and guess what the next animal may be I really enjoyed reading this book and reading it to a class of children because they seem to enjoy it and engage with the story I would say that the most appropriate age for this book would be around 3 6 years This is an endearing story about a monkey who loses his Mum and is helped by a butterfly to try and find her Throughout the book, other animals are introduced using describing what they look like This allows the children to interact with the story and guess what the next animal may be I really enjoyed reading this book and reading it to a class of children because they seem to enjoy it and engage with the story I would say th...


  4. says:

    This was a big hit at story time I was worried it would be too long, but the rhymes kept the littler ones engaged, and the older ones liked the story Several of the adults laughed out loud multiple times


  5. says:

    I read this book with a group of 4 6 year old children We loved using the clues to guess who the butterfly would find based on the information it was given It also had a lovely link that although many babies look like their mum dad, the butterfly s children are caterpillars.


  6. says:

    Monkey Puzzle Review A wonderful story about a little monkey on his journey to be re united with its mother They are assisted by a butterfly who believes they have the answers and brings them to various animals which all fit the descriptions that the monkey is giving This book will teach children that many animals which look very different from each other share description labels I would present this book to a reception class and prompt answers that explai...


  7. says:

    Another fantastic Julia Donaldson book The Monkey Puzzle is about a monkey who loses his mother A butterfly helps the monkey to find his mother again The butterfly asks the monkey to describe his mother and each description leads the monkey to a different animal that looks nothing like him However, the butterfly has a good reason for making this continuous mistake because her babies do not look like her caterpillars The story ends with the monkey finally being reunited with his mother Another fantastic Julia Donaldson book The Monkey Puzzle is...


  8. says:

    This book is about a monkey that has lost his mum, and how a butterfly helps him to find her The butterfly shows the monkey lots of different animals, to match the description given by the little monkey, but gets it wrong lots of times, however eventually the little monkey and his Mum and Dad are reunited.This book is really good for early years and KS1 as the rhyming patterns are helpful to teach literacy The ...


  9. says:

    Little Monkey has lost his mum and relies on a helpful Butterfly to reunite them However the butterfly makes many mistakes along the way This is a witty and fun book which could easily be used as a group read in an early year s classroom You could easily have the children joining in on the first line of each page No, No, No, that s a and getting the...


  10. says:

    Monkey Puzzle By Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.Another beautifully illustrated and written book by the creators of the Gruffalo This story features around a monkey who has lost his mother Whilst sitting in the forest crying a butterfly offers to help him find her but gets somewhat confused as every animal it takes the monkey to is not his mother It is then that the monkey explains, Butterfly, butterfly, can t you see None of these creatures looks like me To which the butterfly expl Monkey Puzzle By Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.Another beautifully illustrated and written bo...


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