Rory and the Monstersitter by Rosie Reeve

Rory and the Monstersitter

Written by Rosie Reeve
Illustrated by


Rory and the Monstersitter by Rosie Reeve

Rory loves to cook. He's always inventing new recipes like blue pancakes, cheese bats and hairy cakes . . . One evening, when his mum and dad go out to dinner, leaving Rory and his siblings with the babysitter, tummies start to rumble. It's time for Rory to cook up a real monster feast! A hilarious and unexpected tale - with a twist of pepper!

About the Author

Rosie Reeve

ROSIE REEVE is a well-known illustrator with a host of successful picture books under her belt, including Henry's Holiday (Macmillan) and Little One's Bedtime (Simon and Schuster). When Tom Met Tallulah is Rosie's first book for Bloomsbury and the first book she has written herself. Her talent for writing is now, at last, unleashed! Rosie studied Fine Art at the Ruskin School of Drawing and now lives in London with her three children.

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32 pages


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Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Publication date

3rd July 2014



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