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Marley's Treasure

4 Ratings: 4.0
A book by Gable Yerrid

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Author: Gable Yerrid
Publisher: Yorkville Press
4 reviews about Marley's Treasure
review by . June 07, 2009
Remarkably, author Gable Yerrid was not out of high school when he composed this pleasant little volume entitled: Marley's Treasure to help his younger brother understand the truly important things in life. If only if all older brothers would be so kind to their younger siblings!    Beautifully illustrated by Jennifer Fitzgerald, this lovely keepsake will enthrall children of all ages, not only of the recommended 4 to 8 age range as noted on the item description. Ms Fitzgerald's …
review by . April 22, 2009
While Marley is enjoying a relaxing evening in his hammock, he spots a golden treasure... bananas. He immediately grabs the bunch and then proceeds to hoard and guard them from his friends. His love for his new treasure soon turns away his pals as he one by one alienates them in order to keep the bananas all to himself.    With the help of a wise old Pelican named, Pete, Marley begins to see the error of his ways. He then realizes his treasures mean nothing if he no longer has …
review by . April 17, 2009
Well, I must say that this offering by Gable Yerrid, which has been illustrated by Jennifer Fitzgerald, is one of the most professionally written and illustrated children's books I have come across for sometime now. In brief, the story is of a small monkey, Marley, who has life pretty well nailed down on his island home where his house is located in the biggest tree there. Life was good and Marley was enjoying it to the fullest. Suddenly one day, our lucky little monkey discovers "a bunch of the …
review by . April 10, 2009
"Marley's Treasure," by Gable Yerrid, is a delightful children's book. It starts out with Marley the monkey discovering what seems to be a wonderful treasure: golden bananas. Once Marley gets his hands on the bananas, however, he finds himself hiding from his friends, fibbing, and becoming quite a bit paranoid.     Thankfully for Marley, he has good friends like Putter, Lester and Pete who truly care for him and begin to wonder why he won't come out of his home to play with them.  &nbs …
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