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Com riding, 7, 9, 15 Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data zookeepers, 8, 20–21 Hewett, Joan. A monkey baby grows up / by Joan Hewett ; photographs by Richard Hewett. p. cm. — (Baby animals) Summary: Describes the development of Gabbie, a monkey living in a zoo, from birth to age six months. eISBN: 1–57505–777–8 1. Monkeys—Infancy—Juvenile literature. [1. Monkeys. 2. Animals—Infancy. 3. ] I. Hewett, Richard, ill. II. Title. III. Series.
A group of mangabeys moves through the rain forest in search of food and water. The monkeys call to each other to keep in touch. If one monkey spies a crouching leopard, its loud cries will alert the others. 30 The rain forests where the red-crowned mangabeys live are shrinking. Trees are being cut down for lumber. Houses are going up. Swampland is being drained. Farmers are planting crops. The charming, bright mangabey is in danger of extinction. More about Zoos Most of us will never see a monkey in its natural habitat.
International copyright secured. , except for brief quotations in an acknowledged review. A. com riding, 7, 9, 15 Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data zookeepers, 8, 20–21 Hewett, Joan. A monkey baby grows up / by Joan Hewett ; photographs by Richard Hewett. p. cm. — (Baby animals) Summary: Describes the development of Gabbie, a monkey living in a zoo, from birth to age six months. eISBN: 1–57505–777–8 1. Monkeys—Infancy—Juvenile literature. [1. Monkeys. 2. Animals—Infancy. 3. ] I.
A Monkey Baby Grows Up (Baby Animals) by Joan Hewett