Romy Alexander thinks she is on a break from Monkey Magic as she leaves the forests of Asia for the urban jungle of New York City. However, following a series of bizarre and unexplained burglaries in Manhattan’s museums and galleries, she soon discovers there is no escaping her strange and mystical power. Follow 11-year-old Romy in this third instalment of Monkey Magic.
About the author
Grant S. Clark has spent much of his career writing about about primates (the human kind) jumping on each other and chasing balls as a journalist covering World Cups and the Olympics. He is British and lives with his family in Singapore. This is the third book in the Monkey Magic series which was originally inspired by a visit to the rainforests of Borneo. Grant’s next book is called The Indisputable Wisdom of Horse. A portion of the author’s royalties will go to conservation charities that help orangutans. Learn more at www.monkeymagicbook.com. For free teacher worksheet downloads about conservation, orangutans, Monkey Magic and writing, visit the “School Stuff” section at www.monkeymagicbook.com. Grant’s website is www.grantsclark.com.
Category Kid’s fiction (7-11)