visión de conjunto:Críticas “My son loves these books. We started reading National Geographic Kids books when he was about six (he's nine now) and I can honestly say that these books have been instrumental in teaching him to read.” – Consumer“My kids love these books. Super fun and interesting.” – Consumer Reseña del editor A young orphaned chimpanzee must go to forest school to learn how to climb be a chimp and build his confidence. Stunning photographs from award-winning photographer Gerry Ellis are sure to captivate young readers and raise awareness about chimpanzees and the threats they face.Little Larry is an orphaned chimpanzee who doesn't know much about being a chimp.He’s off to the forest school to learn what chimp life is all about. Nestled in a primate sanctuary in Cameroon Little Larry and his group of chimp friends go to the forest school each day to learn how to play communicate and climb like they would if they were chimps in the wild. The only trouble is Little Larry doesn't want to learn how to climb. He's perfectly happy on the ground. Will the sanctuary keepers and other chimpanzees be able to teach Little Larry how to climb so he can graduate from forest school?This sweet story with its beautiful photographs explores the challenges of going to school learning and having confidence in yourself and is a perfect read-aloud tale for children preparing to enter nursery for the very first time. Biografía del autor The National Geographic Kid is curious about the world around them empowered in the face of challenges and responsible for others and the natural world. Combining these principles with the international educational heritage of Collins this partnership is a natural fit for books that are funny weird exploratory educational and loved by children.