Synopses & Reviews
A bind-up of four Monstrum House series titles
Jasper McPhee has been expelled from schools countless times. The Monstrum House School for Troubled Children is his last chance. It looks like a normal school. All the parents who send their kids there think it's a normal school. What everyone doesn't realize is that Monstrum House is actually a place that trains kids to be monster hunters. And the monsters aren't cute and cuddly. They lurk under beds and in the school basement; some scare kids, some eat kids, and some morph them into stone. It's no use telling your parents that the school is making you catch monsters. After being expelled from schools time and time again, who would believe you?
"Readers 9+ will love these in-the-real-world monsters and the idea that adults, their brains shrinking with age, are too small-minded to believe in the danger all around them. Its up to kids to save the day . . . This is the first book in what promises to be both a fun and frightening series." —Reading Stack
About the Author
Z. Fraillon is the author of the Monstrum House series, When No-one's Looking: At the Zoo, and When No-one's Looking: On the Farm.