"Picture-book author Jim Aylesworth offers two new gems for the read-aloud crowd, ages 4-8. Naughtly Little Monkeys zips through the alphabet as 26 young monkeys misbehave when their
parents go out for the evening. ... The pictures match the words
accurately and add plenty of humor.." -- From "There's gold for
children in our own backyard" by Deborah Abbott. (October 12, 2003)
Chicago Sun Times.
"Aylesworth's rhyming text bounces along merrily. A natural for reading aloud to the alphabet set." -- Booklist
" Rhyming words and a naughty deed for every letter of
the alphabet make for exciting times! ... This would be a great book
for kids in kindergarten through third grade." -- "News & Views:
Deb Norman Column: Humor Adds Fun Element to Storybooks." in The Noblesville Ledger.com (October 14, 2003).
"This special review is 'books too good to overlook'"
and "What a fun way for little "monkeys" to learn the letters of the
alphabet. Parents and children, as they go through the alphabet, can
add a few of their own experiences to the list." Judy Belanger in
"2003 gift Guide: Books Too Good To Overlook." Chicago Parent.