Apes is a children’s audiobook about three animals who learn how to do everything from surfing to playing the violin. The book teaches kids that even though it might take some time and practice, they can eventually learn how to do anything they set their minds to.
For who is this book for ?
This is a children’s audiobook that teaches kids that they can learn how to do anything with enough practice.
- The book is narrated by a cast of talented actors and comedians.
- It’s packed full of humor and interesting facts.
- The lessons it teaches are valuable, but presented in a fun way that kids will enjoy.
- The audiobook is quite long, and might be too much for young children to listen to in one sitting.
- The narrator’s voice can get a bit monotonous after a while.
- Some of the jokes might go over kids’ heads.
Learn more about the author
Carol Harrison is an award-winning author of books for children. Her titles include I Taught Myself to Fly, Robots Will Find You!, and the Know-It-Alls! series. She lives in Arlington, Virginia with her husband and two young daughters.
“The perfect book for kids who are always asking ‘How can I do that?’ Carol Harrison’s Know-It-Alls! is packed with charming animal characters and easy to follow instructions. My 3 year old was mesmerized by the upbeat story, and especially loved trying out the new skills herself afterwards.”
“This is a great book for kids who are looking to learn new things. The apes are determined and never give up, which makes for an inspiring story. My daughter loves it!”
“Apes is a delightful story that encourages children to explore their interests and try new things. Carol Harrison’s charming animal characters are the perfect guides on this fun and inspiring journey. This book is sure to be a favorite with any child who loves learning about new things.”
“Apes is a great story for kids who are trying to learn new things. The main characters in the book, apes, go on different adventures and learn how to do everything from surfing to playing the violin. This book teaches kids that even though it might take practice, they can eventually learn how to do anything they set their minds to.”