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Harry and the Monster Hardcover – September 1, 2013
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On Monday night, Harry had a bad dream –
a bad, scary dream about a bad, scary monster.
Went the monster.
AAAH! Shouted Harry, waking everyone up.
Of course this goes on every night and Harry doesn't want to go to bed. But each night he gets a little advice from his parents on how to take control and make the big hairy purple and green monster just a little less scary. Pink underwear on the monsters head that's stuck in jelly could possibly be just the trick. But, this monster pushes back. Can Harry overcome this fear? You will have to read the story to see.
Parents and teachers can use this book as a tool to teach young readers how to conquer their fears and turn monsters upside down on their heads. The purple and green monster isn't really that scary and readers will see why as they identify all of the silly characteristics of the monster. Large colorful pictures with oversized words make for a very interactive story any toddler would love and never fear. It would be a good idea to have little ones draw and color their own scary monster in jelly.
East also makes this book work by drawing the monster and his antics in such a zany manner that kids will be laughing more than scared of what's going on, all the while relating to Harry's fears about the monster.
I loved this book beginning to end.
I received a copy of this book from the publisher. This review contains my honest opinions, which I have not been compensated for in any way.