The Monstrous Book of Monsters

The Monstrous Book of Monsters Do you dare to delve into the freakishly funny Monstrous Book of Monsters where nothing is as it seems Written by Dr Thomas Jelly and packed with nauseating novelties and foul facts this book will t

  • Title: The Monstrous Book of Monsters
  • Author: Libby Hamilton Jonny Duddle Aleksei Bitskoff
  • ISBN: 9780763657567
  • Page: 259
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Do you dare to delve into the freakishly funny Monstrous Book of Monsters, where nothing is as it seems Written by Dr Thomas Jelly and packed with nauseating novelties and foul facts, this book will teach you how to avoid monsters, show you how to spot them in the news or on the street, and give you a peek inside their dangerous and smelly world At the end, we learn thDo you dare to delve into the freakishly funny Monstrous Book of Monsters, where nothing is as it seems Written by Dr Thomas Jelly and packed with nauseating novelties and foul facts, this book will teach you how to avoid monsters, show you how to spot them in the news or on the street, and give you a peek inside their dangerous and smelly world At the end, we learn that Dr Jelly has fallen foul of the infamous book monster, and the readers themselves will be lucky to escape the same fate

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    1. Hamilton warns, "Bravery is overrated - running away is always the best planReading [this book] might save your life." Bwahahahaha! For some reason this is shelved in the non-fiction part of the children's section at my library. It's obviously fiction. OR IS IT!?!!?!? LOLMuch like "found footage" horror movies are super-popular right now, so are "found evidence" books aimed at kids regarding supernatural stuff. Most of the one's I've seen are about fairies, but I've also read ones by "dragon exp [...]

    2. Comment: This book is an exciting but scary tale for children. I would only use this book in a class to help student get over fears and as a parent I would use this book as way to help my child face his/her fears. The amazing illustrations throughout the story gives a child a lot of detail and exciting pictures to look at while reading. I enjoyed the pop-ups throughout the story more than child probably will. The author does an excellent job with introducing a new way to get children through the [...]

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