Sunday, January 22, 2017

Display: Monsters


Monster Park!
By Annie Bach
Monster's having a fun time at the park—swinging and sliding, swirling and twirling, and riding the whirly-whirl. When it's time to go, though, Monster says "NO!" But all's okay because Monster can return another day.

Monster Party!
By Annie Bach
Monster's invited—and monster's delighted! Come and join the monster bash. There's spinning and pinning, high-fiving and jiving, and munching, crunching, and buggy-food lunching. But when it all ends, Monster must leave his fun-loving friends. There's crying and sighing—until Monster discovers a happy surprise waiting for him at home.

Mrs. Mo’s Monster
By Paul Beavis
A monster with a one-track mind meets his match in an elderly lady called Mrs. Mo. With Mrs. Mo's help, the monster is surprised to discover that he can do more than he ever thought. 

Monster Mash
By David Catrow
In this illustrated version of the classic novelty song, a mad scientist's monster performs a new dance which becomes "the hit of the land" when the scientist throws a party for other monsters.

Monster Mess!
By Margery Cuyler
A monster sneaks into a boy's room and cleans up while the boy is asleep.

Substitute Creature
By Chris Gall
Mr. Creacher, a multi-tentacled substitute teacher, warns his prankish students not to misbehave, recounting rhyming cautionary tales of the weird, spooky, and unexpected.

My Monster Mama Loves Me So
By Laura Leuck
A young monster describes all the things its mother does to show she loves it.

My Beastly Brother
By Laura Leuck
A young monster describes the good and bad sides of his relationship with his older brother.

Hungry Monster ABC
By Susan Heyboer O’Keefe
 When a child tries to teach the alphabet to ten insatiable monsters, things quickly get out of hand and chaos abounds until the teacher returns with just the right threat to chase them all away.

When a Monster is Born
By Sean Taylor
Explores the options available to a monster from the time it is born, such as becoming the scary monster under someone's bed or playing on the school basketball team.

The Teacher from the Black Lagoon
By Mike Thaller
On the first day of school, a young boy expects only the worst when he discovers that his new teacher is the "monstrous" Mrs. Green.

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