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Aye-Aye Gets Lucky (Endangered and Misunderstood Book 1)

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Join endangered and misunderstood AYE-AYE on his quest to win back the hearts of the people of Madagascar after his mischievous pranks get him banned from his favorite village and labelled bad luck. Luckily for AYE-AYE, he meets a new friend who shows him first-hand how unpleasant being scared can feel. Armed with a little empathy and compassion, it doesn’t take AYE-AYE ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published November 18th 2019 by Fielding House Press
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Montzalee Wittmann
Very cute as well as informative

Aye-Aye Gets Lucky by Terri Tatchell tells a wonderful story about the little Aye-Aye. Gorgeous illustrations too! In the back gives how to draw the flying fox and the Aye-Aye. It also gives plenty of information on the endangered Aye-Aye and on the flying fox. I can tell right now I will be reading this book to someone special over and over!
Rosi Hollinbeck
Nov 19, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Aye-Aye is a small lemur who loves to play jokes on people, but his jokes are not much fun. They are mean jokes and often really scare the people he is playing the jokes on. Aye-Aye has big yellow eyes and long, sharp, crooked fingers. He is a pretty scary looking guy for people to see. Little children might be especially afraid of him when his would sneak up and wave his creepy hands at them. Aye-Aye has an ulterior motive. When he frightens people, they often throw food at him or drop it on ...more
Kaeli
Nov 25, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Aye-Aye Gets Lucky is a wonderful children's book that teaches morals through fun storytelling and introduces kids to the misunderstood Aye-Aye. The author's rhyming scheme is fun and engaging, and the pictures are beautiful. A must have for children's libraries!
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