The Scariest Monster in the World by Lee Weatherly
  

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Shortlisted for The Roald Dahl Funniest Book Prize 2010 for Children Aged Six and Under.

The Scariest Monster in the World is a humorous, beautifully illustrated tale which all young readers will enjoy. Scary monster is very scary and his fur is wild and weird. His teeth were green and mossy because he never, ever brushed them. All the other animals in the forest were terrified of the monster, and scurried away whenever they saw him coming. But one day, the very scary monster started to hiccup. He tried everything he could, but the hiccups would not go away! In the end, the monster had no choice but to turn to the other animals in the forest for help. Together, they come up with an ingenious plan to get rid of those pesky hiccups.

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Synopsis

The Scariest Monster in the World by Lee Weatherly

Once there was a very scary monster. His fur was wild and weird, he carried a club with giant bristles on it, and his teeth were green and mossy because he never, ever brushed them. All the other animals in the forest were terrified of the monster, and scurried away whenever they saw him coming. But one day, the very scary monster started to hiccup. He tried everything he could, but the hiccups would not go away! In the end, the monster must turn to the other animals in the forest for help. Together, they come up with an ingenious plan to get rid of those pesky hiccups. The Scariest Monster in the World is a humorous, beautifully illustrated tale which all young readers will enjoy.

About the Author

Lee Weatherly

Lee Weatherly was born in Little Rock, Arkansas, and now lives in Hampshire with her husband Pete and a large cat called Bernard. Lee writes children's fiction for all different ages, and especially loves stories about magic. Lee won the Sheffield Children's Book Award in 2003 for her novel Child X.

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Format

Hardback

Author

Lee Weatherly
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Author's Website

www.leeweatherly.com/

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Publisher

Boxer Books Limited

Publication date

3rd September 2009

ISBN

9781906250393

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