How to Mash Monsters by Catherine Leblanc, Roland Garrigue
  

Synopsis

How to Mash Monsters by Catherine Leblanc, Roland Garrigue

With clever text and whimsical illustrations, How to Mash Monsters helps kids banish their fears -- and have fun doing it! Kids love these clever tricks and tips for getting rid of monsters. The small monsters wish they were little kids so that they could be bigger and stronger. All medium monsters want is some attention. Big monsters are afraid of their own faces so to defeat them, show them a mirror. Some monsters will eat anything, including confetti. Shapeless monsters are the hardest to catch because they can slither through anything. There are many kinds of monsters: the big, the small, the drooling ones, those who sting, those who growl . . . but all of them are weaker than they look!

About the Author

Catherine Leblanc lives in Angers, France, where she was born. A trained psychologist, she writes novels and poems for children and adults.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Catherine Leblanc, Roland Garrigue
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Publisher

Insight Editions, Div of Palace Publishing Group, LP

Publication date

16th October 2013

ISBN

9781608871902


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