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How Monkeys Make Chocolate: Unlocking the Mysteries of the Rain Forest

3.5 of 5 stars 3.50  ·  rating details  ·  28 ratings  ·  6 reviews
In How Monkeys Make Chocolate renowned ecologist Adrian Forsyth introduces the people, plants, and animals of the world’s rain forests through exciting first-hand stories and stunning color photographs. He visits aboriginal shamans and imitates the behavior of animals to tap into the inner workings of various rain forests, revealing a world of riches with unsuspected conne ...more
Paperback, 48 pages
Published July 12th 2006 by Owlkids Books (first published September 1st 1995)
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The authors purpose of the book How Monkeys Make Chocolate by Adrian Forsyth, is to show people about life in the rainforest, how they live, what they eat, and why the rain forest is important. This book is an informational non-fiction book written by the point of view of Adrian Forsyth, who spent time in the rainforest with the Hatam, a tribe who lives there. Also, it takes the reader into the rainforest and teaches about coffee beans, malaria medicines, and so much more. One of the things the ...more
Heather Edrington
This book would be great for Writer's Workshop. I would use it to spark ideas for research. I think my students would like it just because it is different and not something you would hear about often.
Laurie Looper
This book does an excellent job of describing some of the complex relationships between plants and animals in a topical rainforest.
this book had so many cool facts and it was also vaey interesting!!!!
Sara Taylor-hughes
Jungle informational book. Middle school appropriate
Not that much as fun but i learnd some things
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