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That S Not My Monster by Fiona Watt
A fresh new edition of a classic title in the bestselling 'That's not my ... ' series. Series awarded 'Best Buy' by the readers of Prima Baby magazine. Combines bright, colourful illustrations with a variety of different textures to touch and feel on each page. Helps very young children develop important language and sensory skills.
Hey That S My Monster by Amanda Noll
This enhanced eBook features read-along narration. Winner: CLC Seal of Approval 2017 Literary Classics Book Awards, Silver, Preschool/Early Reader Fantasy Finalist: 2017 Literary Classics Book Awards 2017 PNBA Long-List When Ethan looks under the bed for his monster, he finds this note instead: "So long, kid. Gotta go. Someone needs me more than you do. –Gabe" How will Ethan ever get to sleep without his monster's familiar, comforting snorts? And who could need Gabe more than Ethan does? Gabe must have gone to Ethan's little sister's room! She has been climbing out of bed every night to play, and obviously needs a monster to help her get to sleep – but not HIS monster! Ethan tries to help his sister find her own monster, but none are the perfect blend of cute and creepy. Just when it seems that Ethan will lose his monster forever, an uninvited, tutu-toting little monster full of frightening fun appears. Following in the spooky-silly tradition of I Need My Monster, here's another irresistible monster-under-the-bed story with the perfect balance of giggles and shivers.
That S Not My Bunny by Fiona Watt
A brand new edition of this all-time best-selling title in Usborne's flagship That's Not My ... series. This edition has added foiling for even more tactile appeal!
I Need My Monster by Amanda Noll
A unique monster-under-the-bed story with the perfect balance of giggles and shivers, this picture book relies on the power of humor over fear, appeals to a child's love for creatures both alarming and absurd, and glorifies the scope of a child's imagination. One night, when Ethan checks under his bed for his monster, Gabe, he finds a note from him instead: "Gone fishing. Back in a week." Ethan knows that without Gabe's familiar nightly scares he doesn't stand a chance of getting to sleep, so Ethan interviews potential substitutes to see if they've got the right equipment for the job—pointy teeth, sharp claws, and a long tail—but none of them proves scary enough for Ethan. When Gabe returns sooner than expected from his fishing trip, Ethan is thrilled. It turns out that Gabe didn't enjoy fishing because the fish scared too easily. Scholastic Book Club Selection Winner of 6 state awards: Alabama Camellia Award (2010-2011), Arizona Grand Canyon Reader Award (2011), California Young Readers Medal (2011-12), Georgia Picture Storybook Award (2011-12), Nevada Young Reader Award (2011-12), Virginia Reader's Choice Primary Award (2012-13) Included on 5 other state award lists: Mississippi Magnolia Children's Choice Award list (2012-13), Nebraska Golden Sower Award list (2011-12), South Dakota Prairie Bud Award list (2011-12), Washington Children's Choice Book Award list (2010-2011), Wyoming Buckaroo Award list (2011-12) Additionally, these regional awards lists: Connecticut Charter Oak Children's Book Award list (2011-12), Iowa Regional Goldfinch Award Winner (2009-10) Storytelling World Award Honor Book 2010
How I Met My Monster by Amanda Noll
One night, when Ethan reaches under his bed for a toy truck, he finds this note instead: "Monsters! Meet here for final test." Ethan is sure his parents are trying to trick him into staying under the covers, until he sees five colorful sets of eyes blinking at him from beneath the bed. Soon, a colorful parade of quirky, squeaky little monsters compete to become Ethan's monster. But only the little green monster, Gabe, has the perfect blend of stomach-rumbling and snorting needed to get Ethan into bed and keep him there so he falls asleep—which as everyone knows, is the real reason for monsters under beds. With its perfect balance of giggles and shivers, this silly-spooky prequel to the award-winning I Need My Monster and Hey, That's MY Monster! will keep young readers entertained.
Yuck by Angela McAllister
When Mr and Mrs Monster's three eggs hatch, the first two monsters are FRIGHTFUL and HORRID. Mr and Mrs Monster are delighted! But then the third monster hatches-and he's fluffy and cute and PINK! Oh no . . .
My Monster Friends And Me by Annie Sarac
A story to help kids overcome their fears, because sometimes it's more than just the monster under the bed "This is a great way to start talking to young children about their fears and the monsters they become in their imaginations." —Kirkus Reviews From noisy dogs behind gates to thunderous storms that seem scarier than they are, this clever story encourages children to take control of their fears, grown monstrous in their imaginations. By giving them names and turning fears into friends, My Monster Friends and Me guides children into healthier mindsets on how to deal with their worries and anxiety, issues all kids face. When I was young, I had many fears, Like darkness or storms in the sky. But then I learned when you meet your monsters, You can make them friends if you try!
That S Not My Tractor by Fiona Watt
This text features interesting textures to feel, such as smooth paintwork or bumpy tyres. The combination of simple text, illustrations and things to feel will help very young children develop sensory and language awareness.
That S Not My Monkey by Fiona Watt
Young readers may touch various surfaces on monkeys that are not the one someone is looking for, until at last the right one appears. On board pages.
That S Not My Mermaid by Fiona Watt
A new edition of this touchy-feely book in the best-selling, award-winning THAT'S NOT MY.... series, which boasts sales of over 10 million worldwide. 6 months + the enduring appeal of Rachel Well's delightful illustrations and the opportunity to touch a variety of textures make these books pre-school classics. the touchy-feely patches and the descriptive words help to develop babies' and toddlers' sensory and language development. Ages: 6 months+