Monkey Poop sounds like it should be the title of a Great little kids book! .Little kids like to giggle it helps them learn to think. The book reviewed in Monkey Poop IS available in a bi-lingual (Spanish-English) edition but it seems is not highly recommended in translation. :( :( ???
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