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Go to Bed, Monster!by Natasha Wing
What do you do when you don't want to sleep and are feeling rather bored? Why, draw a monster to come alive and keep you company, of course! This inventive tale has funny pictures — don't miss the bunny's antics on every page. What will happen when the monster won't go to bed?
What do you do when you don't want to sleep and are feeling rather bored? Why, draw a monster to come alive and keep you company, of course! This inventive tale has funny pictures don't miss the bunny's antics on every page. What will happen when the monster won't go to bed?
Synopses & Reviews
Lucy does not want to go to bed. She wants to draw. But as she's working on her masterpiece,Lucy creates... Monster! Monster just wants to play. And play. And play some more — until even Lucy is exhausted. It's going to take some quick thinking (and drawing) to get this tireless monster to bed.
Natasha Wing and Sylvie Kantorovitz have created a sweet and hilarious bedtime tale reminiscent of Harold and the Purple Crayon. It's a story about friendship, imagination, and turning the tables on those little monsters who just won't go to bed!
A girl uses a little creativity and a lot of crayons to get a defiant monster to finally go to bed.
Another hilarious, over-the-top take on a universal childhood issue from Theodor Seuss Geisel Award-winner Josh Schneider, this full color 32-page picture book offers a fresh and reassuring look at nighttime fears.
Creaking . . . Squeaking . . .and#160;Gnashing . . . Glinking . . .
Under the bed, deep in the closet, behind the radiator . . . the bedtime monsters are stirring, and poor Arnold is too scared to fall asleep. Heand#8217;s powerless to get rid of themand#8212;and they don't seem to be more scared of him than he is of them, no matter what his mother says.and#160;But even the most terrible, horrible monster has to be afraid of something, as Arnold eventually finds out in this empowering tale of harnessing the imagination andand#160;conquering nighttime fears.
Wing and Kantorovitz have created a sweet and hilarious bedtime tale reminiscent of "Harold and the Purple Crayon," telling a story about friendship, imagination, and turning the tables on those little monsters who just wont go to bed. Full color.
About the Author
Natasha Wing is the author of many books for children, including the bestselling The Night Before series. She lives in Arcata, California.
Sylvie Kantorovitz has illustrated several picture books under the name Sylvie Wickstrom as well as the popular Little Witch easy reader series. She lives in Albany, New York.
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