Messy Monsters by Julian Mosedale
  

Synopsis

Messy Monsters by Julian Mosedale

The Messy Monsters are on the loose in this gross and giggle-inducing sticker and doodling book for children everywhere. With fiendishly funny pictures to finish, children can have fun with the pages of stick-on eyes, tails, horns and splats or simply scribble fun drawings to make this monstrous party complete!

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This sticker activity book is full of weird and wonderful monster pictures for you to finish Pet Focus

About the Author

Julian Mosedale is an Illustrator and sometime teacher working in North London. His cartoons and illustrations have appeared everywhere from jazzing up serious grown up stuff in newspapers like The Independent and The Observer to huge wallpaper murals in children's hospitals and schools. He is particularly pleased with his children's story books and activity books. He has produced a number of these for Buster Books, including The London Colouring Book, The Colouring Book, Messy Monsters and The Rio Activity Book. All of which are guaranteed to provide hours of inventive doodling, intricate colouring and amazing masterpieces for all who pick up a pen and venture inside their covers.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
34 pages
Interest Age: From 5

Author

Julian Mosedale
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Publisher

Buster Books an imprint of Michael O'Mara Books Ltd

Publication date

5th September 2013

ISBN

9781780550343


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