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Mr. Monkey Bakes a Cake (Hardcover)

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By Jeff Mack, Jeff Mack (Illustrator)
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Curious George meets Mr. Bean in this adorable new picture book series from author-illustrator Jeff Mack that follows the loveable Mr. Monkey on his wacky adventures.

Mr. Monkey bakes a cake.

He can’t wait to win a ribbon!

But first he has to carry it to the contest.

What could possibly go wrong?

About the Author


Jeff Mack has written and illustrated a long list of award-winning picture books, chapter books, and early readers, including the Clueless McGee series; the Mr. Monkey series; Good News, Bad NewsHush Little Polar BearDuck in the Fridge; and Look!. He lives, works, and sometimes monkeys around in Western Massachusetts. Visit him at JeffMack.com.

Jeff Mack has written and illustrated a long list of award-winning picture books, chapter books, and early readers, including the Clueless McGee series; the Mr. Monkey series; Good News, Bad NewsHush Little Polar BearDuck in the Fridge; and Look!. He lives, works, and sometimes monkeys around in Western Massachusetts. Visit him at JeffMack.com.

Praise For…


*"Encore, encore for kid lit's ap-peel-ing new primate."
— Kirkus Reviews, starred review


Product Details
ISBN: 9781534404311
ISBN-10: 1534404317
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
Publication Date: July 3rd, 2018
Pages: 64
Language: English
Series: Mr. Monkey

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