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What a Bad Dream (A Golden Look-Look Book)

by Mercer Mayer

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Cute book about a little boy who has a bad dream and becomes a "monster". This monster doesn't listen to his family and his family decides to go away and leave him alone. He wakes up from his dream and realizes that this is not what he wants at all and how important his family is to him, and the importance of following his parents rules and advice. ( )
  RiaO | Nov 28, 2013 |
I like reading this to my students because at first he does what every kid would love to do, then makes them realize that you need family, that you need someone in your life, and can't live all by yourself.
  kurumy | Oct 14, 2013 |
Little Critter, Mercer Mayer's beloved character, stars in his own bad dream. Turning himself into a scary, disagreeable monster who won't go to school or take a bath or eat anything but fudge pops and pizza, Little Critter discovers that his family has decided to go away and leave him alone. Trapped in a lonely dream, Little Critter has to make a choice. The sweet and funny ending to this picture-book story will satisfy every young reader.
  clwalker | Jun 13, 2012 |
scary, social, patterned book about a "boy" who drinks a potion and changes into a monster ( )
  smc029 | Feb 12, 2012 |
Little Critter has a bad dream. Many children think it would be great to not have to follow the rules their parents put in place and to be able to do whatever they want. This story shows that, at the end of the day, children need their parents' love and guidance. ( )
  hvachetta | Oct 16, 2011 |
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Little Critter, Mercer Mayer's beloved character, stars in his own bad dream. Turning himself into a scary, disagreeable monster who won't go to school or take a bath or eat anything but fudge pops and pizza, Little Critter discovers that his family has decided to go away and leave him alone. Trapped in a lonely dream, Little Critter has to make a choice. The sweet and funny ending to this picture-book story will satisfy every young reader.

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In his dream, Little Critter turns into a monster that is so scary that he can do whatever he wants, but he discovers that he does not like being alone.

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