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Books for Kids: How to Catch a Monster (Children's book about a Boy… (edition 2013)

by Michael Yu (Author)

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Title:Books for Kids: How to Catch a Monster (Children's book about a Boy and a Cookie Eating Monster, Picture Books, Preschool Books, Ages 3-5, Baby Books, Kids Book, Bedtime Story)
Authors:Michael Yu (Author)
Info:fatmoonbooks.com (2013), 46 pages
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Books for Kids: How to Catch a Monster (Children's book about a Boy and a Cookie Eating Monster, Picture Books, Preschool Books, Ages 3-5, Baby Books, Kids Book, Bedtime Story) by Michael Yu

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Summary- This book takes preschoolers through a bedtime routine. It calls out the imaginary monsters and encourages strategies to handle the monsters. This book had fun artwork and theme. However, it seems a bit wordy for a preschool book. The illustrations are fun and playful. This also has the opportunity to use many voices.
Age- preschool -K
Critique of Genere- This is a fantasy. It features imaginary monsters. This also combines real life fears with imaginary ones.
Pictures are drawn with colored chalk and watercolors. ( )
  Lhayden4 | Mar 23, 2017 |
Genre:Fantasy
This book is about a boy that does not want to go to bed. His mom and dad makes up a game about a monster that comes and visits him before bed. They play games and the boy is more eager to go to bed each night. This is a great book to use is the classroom to show the importance of imagination and also show respect of ones parents.
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