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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Meet Manny the smart and funny monkey in the story Manny The Monkey by Madison Mooney. Manny wanted to find something that would help him earn money and he decided to travel to the animal kingdom to see the options. He was excited while packing his things. His parents wished him well and told him that the journey would be tough but insightful. Manny bumped into Mr. Blue Whale and Mr. Clown Fish when he started to sail, and once he left the ocean, Manny booked a flight to Africa. He met Mr. Lion, Mr. Zebra, Mr. Elephant, and asked them about their talents that could help him. Manny met Mr. Crocodile when he stepped into the slimy water, and Mr. Giraffe, and after talking to all the animals he realized he already had everything he needed inside him, though he was different from the other animals.
Manny The Monkey by Madison Mooney is a charming story about self-discovery, self-confidence, and being unique, and Manny's inner journey will encourage readers to find themselves and understand that they can do anything as long as they use their minds. The illustrations are colorful and lively and breathe life into the characters and the scenes. The book is also a good way to introduce children to different types of animals and travel. Parents and tutors can use it for read-aloud and storytelling sessions at home and in schools to motivate children to find themselves, discover their life's purpose, and decide what they want to do in life. I always enjoy children's storybooks with a concept, message, or moral. It's the best way to help them understand and incorporate these into their lives with the help of stories, illustrations, fun characters, and storytelling.