MOMO and SNAP are NOT Friends by Airlie Anderson

This playful story about a monkey and a crocodile is told without ‘words’, or at least not human words. They interact and communicate using a skilful set of grunts and noises. (Great for early readers who want to flex their phonics knowledge.)

The illustrations are charming, with bright colours and thick outlines. They portray a myriad of emotions with their facial expressions and body language.

Momo and Snap are definitely not friends in the beginning; they take it in turns to outdo each other in a series of tasks, such as: acrobatics, drawing with sticks in the sand and swimming. However, when things take a turn for the worse, their competitiveness turns into genuine friendship.

Published by Child’s Play

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