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Book review: monkey business By Romy HS



Book review: monkey business By Romy HS



This is so cute about to monkey sisters one older one small and like all little sisters they follow around the big sister and wants to do anything the big sister is doing I can so relate being the oldest out of my three sisters we all copied each other  that just because we loved each other and looked up to one another.

Just like the oldest sister asked her parents why does she always copy me the answer the parents gave her was because she loves you and looks up to you and thinks you are the best.

Sisters are all alike sometimes they fight but at the end of the day all is well and we enjoy one another this book is a really good book to read to your children about sisters.

The author did an amazing job capturing what sisterhood is all about in this cute little monkey book. The illustrations in this book are so cute I loved every picture and how colorful they are.

When I was a kindergarten teachers aide I did story time this would have been a great story to read to the kids this would also make a great book to have in your classroom library and on your child's bookshelf.

This cute little book explores the sibling relationship between sisters and shows you the up and downs that sisters have and at the end, they have a very special bond that no one can take away.

This book is so true about sisters we all like something are sisters are doing and what they wear and that's OK we all have a different personality and style I am very thankful I have sisters.

The author really did do a good job of capturing what sisterhood is all about in this cute little book on when the older sister is doing something the little sister is coping it and doing it too.

My parents always said to me you are the oldest you are the example to your sister to be a good one because they follow what you do because they love you and look up too you and they think you are cool.

                     Here is the author's biography 

Romy HS holds a Masters degree in psychology and has always had an interest in social factors and how these affect people. She is a part-time psychometrist, part-time children’s book author, novice illustrator and full-time mom to two young girls and a husband. She loves reading time with her children and spending time with her gorgeous Boston-terrier furkids.


I really did enjoy reading this book it brought back memories of me and my sisters.

Enjoy Reading Angelika 

Found the picture of this book on Amazon 


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