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The Book of Monsters from A to Z: A Field Guide by Professor Edelgeezer
by Kate Buss
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This review was written for LibraryThing Early Reviewers.A fun book for readers, both young and old. The cheerful approach turns the book into a friendly monster dictionary. The format is appealing, the illustrations representative and non-nightmare-causing. Content and text are displayed in a colourful, original structure, and with increased variation from page to page. I found this an excellent strategy to keep young readers entertained and engaged. The writing style is similar to nursery rhymes and suitable for native English speakers. Non-natives will find certain references and rhymes less easy to fully understand. ( )
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Learn your ABC's and improve your mon-ster-ese with this remarkably illustrated collection of beautiful, bizarre, and downright hilarious monsters.
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