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Good Crooks Book One: Missing Monkey! Paperback – February 25, 2014
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About the Author
Mary Amato has written many acclaimed books for children including Invisible Lines, which was nominated for the California Young Readers Medal and the Missouri Truman Readers Award, and her first book for young adults, Guitar Notes, which is on the KY Bluegrass Master List. Amato's debut novel, The Word Eater, appeared on many state lists, and The Naked Mole-Rat Letters followed suit, gathering even more fans. She is also the author of a chapter book series starring the Riot Brothers, which began with Snarf Attack, Underfoodle, and The Secret of Life: The Riot Brothers Tell All. She lives is Silver Spring, MD. You may visit her online at www.maryamato.com.
Ward Jenkins is an animator and an illustrator. His first picture book was How to Train with a T. Rex and Win 8 Gold Medals by Michael Phelps and his second wasChicks Run Wild by Sudipta Bardhan-Quallan. He cannot outswim Michael Phelps--yet! He lives in Portland, OR.
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Top Customer Reviews
The story is told from Billy’s point of view. He is funny, thoughtful, and observant. One day the twins sneak out of the house to do a good deed, pulling weeds in front of the monkey cage at the zoo. Billy feels great, but also conflicted. He is supposed to be a criminal, not a good person! When mom and dad show up, the children pretend they were at the zoo to kidnap a monkey. The monkey leads to a great adventure for Billy and Jillian. Kids will love the story and the bonus animal facts at the end.
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the kids wanted to do good deeds.Read more