The Bird, the
Monkey, and the Snake in the Jungle by Kate Banks.
This is a fun rebus book about three friends trying to
find a new home.
Caps for Sale by
This is the classic tale of a peddler, his caps, and
Chimp and Zee by
Catherine and Laurence Anholt.
Two little monkeys get into trouble in Jungletown!
Nightcaps by Inga Moore.
A little boy tricks some monkeys into returning his 50
nightcaps. A great book to use in a language arts
lesson to compare to Caps for Sale by Esphyr
Monkeys Jumping on the Bed by Eileen Christelow.
This familiar rhyme is fun for young children.
Monkeys With Nothing to Do by Eileen Christelow.
The same five monkeys get into trouble when trying to
help their mother.
How Mr. Monkey
Saw the Whole World by Walter Dean Myers.
The story of a selfish buzzard and a monkey who teaches
him a lesson.
I Like Monkeys
Because...by Peter Hansard.
A simple book which contains some true facts about
Monkey Do! by
A little monkey leaves the zoo and has a fun-filled day!
The Monkey and
the Crocodile by Paul Galdone.
An Indian fable in which a monkey outwits a crocodile.
Monkey King by
The Chinese legend of Monkey and his adventures with
Dragon King and Jade Emperor.
Monkey Mo Goes
to Sea by Diane Goode.
A little boy takes his pet monkey aboard a ship.
The monkey is warned to "act like a gentlemen"
by the boy's grandfather. The monkey, however,
finds some mischief!
Monkey for Sale
by Sanna Stanley.
Two little girls work hard at a Congolese market day to
buy a pet monkey.
Central and South America and Monkeys of Asia and Africa
(two separate books) by Patricia A. Fink Martin.
Wonderful nonfiction books which include lots of
information and photographs.
One Monkey Too
Many by Jackie French Koller.
Some monkeys get into trouble by not following
directions. A good book to use in a math lesson on
So Say the
Little Monkeys by Nancy Van Laan.
This story is based on tale from the Brazilian
Rainforest about tiny monkeys procrastinating!
The Turtle and
the Monkey by Paul Galdone.
A turtle and a monkey fight over a banana tree.
Which of these animals is more clever?
Waiting by Jane Kurtz and Christopher Kurtz.
A young monkey must wait his turn to get a drink of
water, while being careful of the other animals in the