Saturday, May 10, 2008

Monkey with a Tool Belt by Chris Monroe

To try and understand how important Chico Bon Bon's tool belt is to him, know this: When Chico Bon Bon goes to bed, he takes off his tool belt, puts on his pajamas, and then restores his tool belt to its proper place. His waist. Chico Bon Bon, you see, is a monkey with a tool belt. You never know when a tool will be needed, and you never know what tool will be needed. It's best to be prepared.

Especially if an organ grinder from the circus comes, looking to replace his lost monkey.

Wait, wait, wait. Sorry. I'm getting ahead of myself. Before that we learn all about Chico Bon Bon. He (and his tool belt) are always finding ways to help. Sometimes he builds things. Sometimes he fixes things. Sometimes he builds things that need to be fixed. But no matter what the situation, his trusty tool belt always has the exact tool needed.

No tool belt, nor any tool contained within, will work properly without one smart cookie...uh, put it to use. And Chico Bon Bon puts those tools to good use. A creative mind plus the proper tool equals one problem solved.

So whether it's a planer, strainer, or grease container. A monkey wrench, turkey wrench, or donkey wrench. A stapler or staple remover. A snozzer or snozz remover. It doesn't matter. Chico Bon Bon has it.

He's a monkey with a tool belt.

(Special thanks to my friends at the CCBC for introducing me to Chico Bon Bon and for having Monkey with a Tool Belt available for me to read!)

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