By Joan Hewett
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Hewett All rights reserved. International copyright secured. , except for brief quotations in an acknowledged review. A. com riding, 7, 9, 15 Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data zookeepers, 8, 20–21 Hewett, Joan. A monkey baby grows up / by Joan Hewett ; photographs by Richard Hewett. p. cm. — (Baby animals) Summary: Describes the development of Gabbie, a monkey living in a zoo, from birth to age six months. eISBN: 1–57505–777–8 1. Monkeys—Infancy—Juvenile literature. [1. Monkeys.
2. Animals—Infancy. 3. ] I. Hewett, Richard, ill. II. Title. III. Series.
More about Zoos Most of us will never see a monkey in its natural habitat. But you can see monkeys at a zoo. Spend some time there. These lively animals are fascinating to watch. Gabbie, the red-crowned mangabey in this book, lives at the Los Angeles Zoo in California. Other zoos have red-crowned mangabeys too. You can see them at Binder Park in Michigan, the Brookfield Zoo in Illinois, the Denver Zoo in Colorado, the Houston Zoo in Texas, the Kansas City Zoo in Missouri, and the Philadelphia Zoo in Pennsylvania.