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Okomi Plays in the Leaves (The Okomi Series, 3)

by Helen Dorman

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The Okomi stories are based upon real events and natural chimp behavior in the wild as observed by Jane Goodall. Dr. Goodall discovered that chimpanzee babies and their mothers play little games, such as tickling each other, that bonded them closely together. The Okomi books are based on these observations, telling simple stories covering issues of fear, playfulness, laughter, surprise, and new experiences. Young children and their parents will find the stories engaging, comforting, and even instructive, while encouraging an interest in animals and nature.

In this story, leaves are falling and hitting Okomi! He tosses them up and some fall on Mama, too. He gathers together a big pile . . . and . . . where did Okomi go?

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:23:20 -0400)

On a walk with his Mama Du, Okomi is fascinated by falling leaves and has fun playing with them.

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