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There Was An Old Monster!

by Rebecca Emberley, Adrian Emberley

Other authors: Ed Emberley (Illustrator)

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Summary: An old monster eats a tick, which makes him feel uncomfortable, so he eats a some ants to ease his stomach. However, the ants just make him itchy, so he eats a lizard to eat the ants. After more discomfort, he decides to try a bat, a jackal, a bear, and a lion. When the old monster attempts to eat the lion, the lion eats him instead.
  UkulelesThatRead | Feb 24, 2018 |
34 months - yet another take on the "There was an old..." We love monsters but we really didn't grab this one up to read it over and over. ( )
  maddiemoof | Oct 20, 2015 |
I absolutely love this book! It was very engaging and so easy to get children to be involved in the reading. The pictures are huge and the text rhymes making it a more fun read. ( )
  BriannaMaeee | Feb 24, 2015 |
This book is a play off of "there was an old lady" but it is a good read. Good to talk about sequence and what comes first, second, third, etc. It is also good to use around halloween and to talk about different animals. ( )
  Kayla_d92 | Sep 27, 2014 |
A fun twist on There was an Old Lady. The pictures are a great part of the story. This comes with a downloadable song that will hold everyones attention and have you singing along! I would use this book with PK-1st. I would use it with a monster theme or after reading There was an Old Lady. This is a fun predictable sing along book.
  1212bec | Sep 22, 2012 |
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Emberley, Adrianmain authorall editionsconfirmed
Emberley, EdIllustratorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 054510145X, Hardcover)

A brand-new monster twist--by a Caldecott medalist and his daughter!

There was an old monster who swallowed a tick
I don't know why he swallowed that tick
'Cause it made him feel sick!

When he swallowed some ants, he danced in his pants. He swallowed a lizard, a bat, a jackal, and a bear. Then he tried to swallow a lion . . . ROAR!--Now that monster is no more! Children will laugh along with the funny text, bright bold illustrations, and delightful song (available on the Scholastic website).

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In this variation on the traditional cumulative rhyme, a monster swallows ants, a lizard, a bat, and other creatures to try to cure a stomach ache than began when he swallowed a tick.

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