Thievery in the Palace

The Princess lost her emerald clasp. Who is responsible for the theft?

Annie Pooh, Princess Pup, Monkey Shines

(Annie Pooh and MarLee Meet Sangee the Monkey)

Price: 24.14
Book Format: Hardcover

Annie Pooh, and MarLee have never seen a monkey before they meet Sangee. The two royal Lhasa apsos are outraged by the monkey’s very bad manners. Soon the badly behaved Sangee leads Annie Pooh and MarLee on a merry chase through the Palace as the pups look for lost and stolen items which belong to the princess.

Excerpts

The king immediately motioned to the two guards to grab the boy. As the two guards held him, the boy began screaming with hysterical fright.
Father, father, stop! It was the monkey, not the boy.
Annie told MarLee at bedtime that evening that they should beware of what the monkey might do next. For Annie felt that their tussle with Sangee the monkey was not over yet. And you will never guess what happened next.

Book Reviews

“Annie Pooh, Princess Pup, Monkey Shines” is the third book I’ve read by this author, Steven E. Farkas in his series about the 2 Lhasa apsos pups, Annie Pooh and MarLee. This one continues the story with the King and Princess of Tsunn welcoming the Prince of Siam who hopes to win the princess’s hand. He has his younger cousin, who brings a monkey named Sangee. The pups immediately get protective, as Sangee shows some attitude. Later their concerns seem justified and they must rely on their training to make things right again. Children are sure to love the spirited fun, engaging narrative, and colorful pics. A wonderful book for any child’s collection.”

Gillian H
Goodreads

“Another charming book starring our two favorite royal Lhasa apsos, Annie Pooh, Princess Pup, and MarLee. Here they get to learn new tricks where the Princess trains them to locate objects, such as a comb or a necklace. She then trains them to be able to find her most prized possession, her emerald clasp. This is important later when a visitor comes to the palace, bringing a monkey named Sangee with him, and Sangee stirs up some “monkey business” and it is up to the pups to save the day! A fun, sweet book that will please young and old alike.”

Essie Harmon
Goodreads

“I absolutely adored this book by Steven E. Farkas! It’s so cleverly written and the pictures are absolutely great. Love the intense expressions on the pups’ faces as they protect the princess and face off with the mischievous monkey. This is the first children’s picture book I can recall seeing that actually gives some cultural diversity, something that I think is lacking. A great read for ages 5 and up.”

Kaylee
Goodreads

“Another charming book starring our two favorite royal Lhasa apsos, Annie Pooh, Princess Pup, and MarLee. Here they get to learn new tricks where the Princess trains them to locate objects, such as a comb or a necklace. She then trains them to be able to find her most prized possession, her emerald clasp. This is important later when a visitor comes to the palace, bringing a monkey named Sangee with him, and Sangee stirs up some ‘monkey business’; and it is up to the pups to save the day! A fun, sweet book that will please young and old alike.”

Essieh
Barnes and Noble

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