About the Book and Author
Children and teachers have enjoyed the Monkey Magic books written by Grant S. Clark for years – some schools in some countries have included the stories in their curriculum because they educate about endangered species as well as entertain young readers.
Monkey Magic: The Curse of Mukada is the first book in the series of three. It has as its backdrop the heart-breaking destruction of the rainforests and the plight of the orangutan. The author donates a portion of the royalties from the sale of this book to orangutan charities.
the amazing language helps to portray an important message that we need to listen to
Monkey Magic the Curse of Mukanda is an enchanting story that I think would be a fascinating story for many people. It is about an eleven-year-old girl called Romy and her father (a scientist), who visit a jungle in Borneo, Asia. They are there to research the problem of Rainforests disappearing, and they find a different, bigger mystery that is a challenge to solve.
Grant S. Clark uses amazing language to create a vivid image in the reader’s mind, and it helps to portray an important message that we need to listen to. Although when one first picks it up, the book may not seem too gripping. But a short while through, the book is un-put-down-able, and the reader is enchanted by the wonderful story.
I really enjoyed this book because it was an amazing story and depicted an important message that mustn’t be ignored. I would recommend it to anyone over the age of 5 because it is a gripping, super and enchanting book for anyone and everyone to read.
If you would would like to buy a copy of the book can order it from the author’s website at a discounted price via this link
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