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The Leopard Who Wanted to Be a Monkey: An Enhanced eBook on Overcoming Shyness

Winner of the 2015 Family Choice Award

    • 4.3 • 3 Ratings
    • $5.99
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Publisher Description

This enhanced eBook series is a winner of the 2015 Family Choice Award (and the Kindle version won a Reader's Favorite Seal and hit #1 Best Seller on Amazon)!

Leopard is so shy that she hides from everyone. When she see monkeys chatting to each other, she decides becoming a monkey will solve her problems. This idea sends her falling through trees, losing her voice, and begins a surprising new friendship. This is not a typical "Be content with who you are" book, but rather "Working hard toward a goal changes you into something more." Which is why in the end (don't spoil the surprise for your young reader) Leopard turns into a LEOKEY! A metaphorical example of how we all change after accomplishing hard things.

Tapping the stars in this eBook launches over 70 animations with sound effects. Open a hippo's large mouth, send a snake slithering, make a lizard crawl, and much more. The dramatized narration (with music) assists early readers as they listen to the narrator reading the words. And the sound effects engage the interest of kids 3-7.

Read more eBooks in this award winning series:
The Snake Who Wanted to Be a Horse
The Elephant Who Wanted to Be a Bee
The Peacock Who Wanted to Be a Pig
The Alligator Who Wanted to Be a Dog
The T-Rex Who Wanted to Be a Long Neck
The Chipmunk Who Wanted to Be a Bear
The Hare Who Wanted to Be a Falcon
The Elephant Who Wanted to Be a Bee
The Spider Who Wanted to Be a Cricket

  • GENRE
    Kids
    RELEASED
    2014
    November 1
    LANGUAGE
    EN
    English
    LENGTH
    19
    Pages
    PUBLISHER
    Wantstobe
    SELLER
    Wantstobe
    SIZE
    29.8
    MB

    Customer Reviews

    Nick Pimento ,

    Overcoming shyness

    This book is a favorite of my niece because she loves cats. Overcoming shyness is a common problem for young children so I would recommend this book for those who struggle to find the right words.

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