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Comment by Ella Johnson on November 24, 2010 at 8:17pm
Banana Tail by Mark McKenna. The first in the 'Banana-Tail' children's book series! Everyone knows ...that monkeys love bananas. But one little brown monkey named Banana-Tail loved them a little too much. He spent all his days thinking of different ways to enjoy eating them. Diced bananas, sliced bananas, mushed bananas, baked bananas, banana shakes, and so on and so on. Banana-Tail's mother always told him that he ate so many bananas, one day he was going to turn into one. And so our tale begins... 30 pages; full-color illustrations. Cost $4.99. To place your order visit www.mcbooksandgifts.com

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