This book has a very amusing story and includes a few things that Isuspect kids will find very funny. The pictures are excellent and matchthe story so much so, that a child would probably understand the storyeven if the words on the pages were missing.
Without giving awaytoo much of the plot, Billy (the main character) learns a valuablelesson about moderation, a lesson we all must learn at some point in our lives. Billy's Grandma (I love Grandma's name in this story) and Dad do a nice job at handling the situation. I only wish I had a friend likeMonster when I was Billy's age. - D. L. Pasco
Billy and his family are invited to spend Easter with Billy's Grandma.Of course Billy and his monster friend get up to mischief and get intotrouble. What's worse, Billy has upset his Grandma. How does Billy make things right again with Grandma? And what lesson did he learn from his adventure? A fun Easter story. - Wendy
From the Author
Just like any child, Billy loves the holidays as they each provide something unique to look forward to. With Easter just round the corner, I began thinking of what situation we could place Billy in. From the second book in the series, we know as a Superhero, one of Billy's missions would be to supply his classroom with chocolate. So Chocolate is definitely up there on Billy's LIKE list.
What if Billy was put in a situation where he had too much chocolate around him?
What if Billy disappointed someone he really loved?
What if Billy had a chance to redeem himself?
These 'What Ifs' gave birth to this story and I hope you enjoy reading this book with your loved ones.
There are certain themes that you will see running in all these Billy and Monster books. We'll deal with values, innocence, making mistakes and learning from them, quirky idiosyncrasies in characters, the love between a father and his son and the love between a boy and his friend - Monster.
I hope you'll keep watching out for the next Billy and Monster book as I have more stories in the pipeline.