Mad About Monkeys (2020)

Mad About Monkeys With over species inhabiting our planet this book explores the many different types of monkeys from the smallest Pygmy Marmoset to the largest Mandrill and provides all the facts you wanted to k
  • Title: Mad About Monkeys
  • Author: Owen Davey
  • ISBN: 9781909263574
  • Page: 315
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Mad About Monkeys
    With over 250 species inhabiting our planet, this book explores the many different types of monkeys from the smallest Pygmy Marmoset to the largest Mandrill, and provides all the facts you wanted to know and Discover where monkeys come from, how they swing from tree to tree, and why they fight and play with each other After reading this beautifully illustrated book,With over 250 species inhabiting our planet, this book explores the many different types of monkeys from the smallest Pygmy Marmoset to the largest Mandrill, and provides all the facts you wanted to know and Discover where monkeys come from, how they swing from tree to tree, and why they fight and play with each other After reading this beautifully illustrated book, you ll soon be raving mad about monkeys Owen Davey is a freelance illustrator based in Leicester, United Kingdom His work has been published all over the world, and his clients include the New York Times, Microsoft, and Orange.
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    1. For the past few years the trend in children s non fiction has been to produce exquisitely packaged books, with high end illustrations, quirky text with interactivity, and sometimes a niche subject Mad about Monkeys hits the trend spot on It feels and looks beautiful even the endpapers are beautifully designed with high class illustrations of different species of monkey The book progresses, almost story like, through a quick and yet slyly comprehensive look at monkeys addressing how you tell the [...]

    2. 3.5 5 StarsMad About Monkeys is a fun, beautifully illustrated introduction to monkeys I admit I picked up the book because I really like Davey s illustration style The information is easy to understand and you are likely to learn something new even as an adult Though it is geared towards children, this can certainly appeal to all ages.

    3. A beautifully made, high quality book about monkeys Absolutely gorgeous illustrations and filled with lots of interesting facts I ve honestly never been the biggest fan of monkeys, but I definitely had a bigger appreciation for them after reading this It piqued my curiosity and I ended up looking in depth on different types of monkeys.While it s geared towards younger readers, I think children and adults alike would enjoy this.

    4. Mad About Monkeys is an informational nonfiction book that explores over 250 different species of Monkeys The book includes the names of the monkeys and pictures of each of the different species so the reader can visualize the differences One of the pages even explores how monkeys are similar to humans, discussing evolution This book includes facts about how monkeys play with each other and how monkeys communicate Definitely answered all of my questions and about monkeys.

    5. This is my type of nonfiction book I absolutely loved the art work It s better than photographs that will be outdated sooner rather than later The facts were interesting and kids will love this book.

    6. Good information and fun illustrations make this a great intro book for the budding primatologist Just enough information for beginners in a lovely and socially responsible package.

    7. Very nice Lots of great info about monkeys, and wonderful, originally illustrations Also, a nice little section at the end about conservation Looking forward to in this series

    8. Great book about monkeys small paragraphs that make it easy to read and difficult words are explained At first I was not sure about the illustrations, but in the end I thought they were great A good book for children and people who are fascinated by monkeys.

    9. You ve probably seen monkeys do cute and crazy things in videos or at the zoo but how much do you really know about our primate relatives This book can start you on your way to learning about a fascinating group of animals Here you will learn basic information, like what monkeys eat, where they live, and how they interact with each other But you will also learn which species of monkey has the best facial hair, which likes to invade hot tubs, and which has a nose that is so long it hangs down ov [...]

    10. Mad About Monkeys is a 40 page chapter book that is heavily illustrated The chapters are only two pages each, but it still qualifies as a chapter book The book begins by talking about what monkeys are and evolution The next chapter talks about the differences between Old World and New World monkeys Other chapters talk about differences between large and small monkeys, their social life, and what monkeys are best at certain things, i.e speed and intelligence One of the closing chapters discusses [...]

    11. If you think you know everything there is to know about monkeys, this book just might change your mind Accompanied by vivid illustrations, some of them life size, the engaging and sometimes humorous text teaches readers about several different types of monkeys There is information provided about the habits of various primates as well as threats to their habitat Young readers will be interested in learning how to distinguish between New World Monkeys and Old World Monkeys as well as being introdu [...]

    12. The engaging illustrations are consistent with everything I ve seen from Flying Eye publishers so far Davey s graphic style is a good match for monkeys, and I could tell he enjoyed finding ways to capture the defining characteristics of each kind of monkey He covers a lot of territory Aside from illustration style, what could distinguish an informational book about monkeys from all the rest This was a very basic informational approach to a book about monkeys, and the writing is in the same vein [...]

    13. This book about monkeys is jam packed full of interesting facts and supported by beautiful digital artwork in a muted color palette The tone is very conversational as compared to other juvenile nonfiction titles about an animal that is straightforward fact based i.e elephants live here and eat this etc The information contained here is along the lines of gee, aren t monkeys fascinating, special, amazing etc I like that the book builds towards a discussion about ways in which humans need to be [...]

    14. Fashioned from two socks and stuffed with stockings, my sock monkey acted as comforter and confidant She was a constant companion until she was little than pieces held together by threads Hand stitched, her facial features were unique The eyes and smile were filled with compassion.In the natural world, her fellows are widely and wildly different Mad About Monkeys Flying Eye Books, August 11, 2015 written and illustrated by Owen Davey is a collection of captivating information about the monkey p [...]

    15. I loved this book, from the feeling of the impressed title font on the cover, to the illustrations themselves, and the clean, fresh layout Oh, and the information is engaging, too By page 11, you are putting your knowledge to work trying to define whether certain species of monkeys are New World or Old World The author also humorously addresses questions young readers will immediately be fascinated by, such as why Mandrills have such colorful bums Don t pretend you don t want to know page 15 The [...]

    16. Very well done informational text about Monkeys It is very detailed and goes into a variety of topics and an extensive exploration of types of monkeys I don t think I would necessarily sit down and read the entire book to the class I think they would fall asleep But If we were doing a science unit on monkeys I would pull information from this text throughout the lesson It has great illustrations and a very fun look to it At the end of the book it also mentions the book is printed from sustainabl [...]

    17. Both the text and the illustrations are a bit quirky I wondered if some of this was due to the author being British which I am not Amazing facts about primates are shared in the book, and although the illustrations are interesting to look at, the color palette is limited It s not really a picture book too much text to read at one sitting but certainly intended for children Something just felt a little off or different about this book, although the details are truly amazing.

    18. Lots of facts and detailed information about monkeys goes into New World and Old World classifiaction and further, so in that way very interesting.Sadly I didn t like the illustrations all drawn and drawn very well.But limited palate of colours and considering how good photography is, why were photos used To long for storytimes and pictures too complicated reference only

    19. Very thorough and interesting I d never really thought about the distinction between Old and New World monkeys with information about geography, habitat, diet, socialization, and anything you d really ever want to know about monkeys.The illustration style is gorgeous, but the color palette is a bit dark and gets old after awhile.

    20. The best book about monkeys I have read So many interesting and fun facts about monkeys and how to distinguish them.Exceptional picture book with exquisite illustrations and fantastic facts and story.Written and illustrated by Owen Davey Published by Flying eye Books monkeys about facts fun

    21. 4.4 starsExcellent nonfiction book about monkeys with great illustrations The book is printed on paper from sustainable forests and has zero impact on the habitat of monkeys I was happy to learn how to tell the difference between Old World and New World monkeys simply by looking at them The information is engagingly presented.

    22. Illustrator designer Owen Davey lives in Leicester, UK.Full of fascinating facts but no source notes Writing style is casual, questioning, interesting as well.Compelling design, large size, thick paper a very appealing package.owendavey Mad about Mo

    23. Delightful illustrations to a book of monkey facts For the curious, passion reader as well as a casual way to present facts Touches on environmental changes for monkey habitat, old world and new world distinctions and much .

    24. This is a beautifully illustrated book with lots of information on monkeys It s a must for anyone who loves books, art or monkeys You can read my full review of it here joycorcoran 2015 08 mo

    25. Shares a variety of facts about monkeys from the smallest pygmy marmoset to the largest mandrill.Amazing illustrations

    26. Great information with vibrant, stylized illustrations, and attractively designed but no source notes or bibliography.

    27. Comprehensive look at Old and New World monkeys Informative, fun and environmentally friendly Interesting and full of colourful, expressive illustrations Good blend of pictures and text.

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