by Anthony Browne
Published by D.K. Publishing, 1998
This odd book is told by chimpanzees from four points of view. Two parents, and their respective children and dogs separately go to the park. Each of the four individuals tell their perspective of the same events. Their moods, ages, and priorities affect what they each remember and take away from the encounter.
A great book to talk about perspective and point of view for all ages.
Awards: 1998 Kurt Maschler Award