Monkey Me and the Golden Monkey

Monkey Me and the Golden Monkey

Book - 2014
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Clyde is a hyperactive kid, and his twin sister, Claudia, does her best to keep him out of trouble--but after a class field trip to the science museum, and a zapped banana, he suddenly finds that excitement transforms him into a real monkey, which may help him catch the thief who took the golden monkey.
Publisher: New York, NY : Scholastic Inc., 2014
ISBN: 9780545559775
0545559774
9780545559768
0545559766
Branch Call Number: J PB ROLAND
Characteristics: 90 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm

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JCLChrisK Jul 29, 2015

"Dr. Wally looked at me again. 'Clyde's inner monkey must now be able to grow big enough to become an outer monkey. . . . When Clyde gets super excited,' Dr. Wally said, 'he will now not only act like a monkey, he will become one.'"

And Clyde really does act like a monkey--all of the time, excited or not. This book lightly follows a superhero origin track in making the metaphor literal, with a radioactive banana turning Clyde into a superhero of sorts who saves the day and stops a thief. Already heavily illustrated, it even has comic-book-style sections for the monkey moments. I thought the humor could have been better and the story could have been deeper, but it will strike a chord with its target young reader audience.

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