Little Monkey is an exceptionally talented pee-er, so he decides to open a peeing circus in order to show off his gift. Mimi, a little girl monkey, wants to be part of the show, but Little Monkey tells her that because he's the best pee-er there is, he performs solo. Thus begins Little Monkey's Big Peeing Circus, to which all the animals come. And, indeed, Little Monkey is a fabulous pee-er - far, high, standing on one leg - he can do it all. Eventually, Mimi has had enough and she asks Little Monkey if he's seen her pee pee. Little Monkey looks. He doesn't see anything. He searches the audience, much to their amusement. But it's not funny. This is serious business. Mimi has lost her pee pee! Finally, Mimi confesses that she fooled Little Monkey - she doesn't have a pee pee; to which Little Monkey replies that then she can't possible pee, but Mimi proves him wrong, and Little Monkey is so impressed that from that day forth, they perform together. Every child wonders why boys have pee pees and girls don't. This humorous picture book is an introduction to boy parts and girl parts - their differences and similarities. A feminist text of sorts, "Little Monkey's Big Peeing Circus" tells us that girls can do what boys can even if they don't have the equipment - or, better yet, even without the equipment. Children will delight in the glorification of an often taboo subject, while taking in the classically whimsical, circus-colored illustrations.