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With its tongue firmly in its cheek, this is a book to delight parent and child alike. The opening pages remind us of the credentials of the Goodnight Laboratory whose staff have designed this guide: follow their advice and you’re guaranteed to see off all monsters. This advice includes things parents will thoroughly endorse like keep a clean room because no mess equals nowhere for monsters to hide, as well as things to make children giggle, such as telling silly jokes will send monsters rolling away laughing. And everyone will approve of the final bit of advice which says that closing the book will create a monster-free zone. Monsters have never seemed so silly and this will send everyone to bed happy and laughing.
A delightful picture book that's perfect for anyone, big or small, who's ever been afraid of what might be lurking under their bed. Guaranteed to help children sleep peacefully in a monster-free bedroom. A humorous take on a classic childhood concern offering the ultimate step-by-step survival guide. Perfect for anyone who lies awake at night worrying about monsters. Doughnut monsters. Blue monsters. DANCING ROBOT MONSTERS!
If children follow the ten easy steps then they'll never be bothered by monsters again. Not even carrot monsters. Perfect for anyone, big or small, who's ever been afraid of what might be lurking under the bed.
‘Frost brings comedy to a topic that sometimes makes knees knock in this fantastic and funny picture book. Brilliantly bright colours fill every page and the monster creations are just divine’ Kids’ Book Review
|Publication date:||3rd October 2019|
|Publisher:||Buster Books an imprint of Michael O'Mara Books Ltd|
|Suitable for:||3+ readers, 5+ readers|
|Genres:||Bedtime Reading, Fantasy / Magical, Horror / Ghost Stories, Humorous|
Mitch Frost was born in the city, grew up in the country and couldn't work out which was better, so he moved to Canberra. Mitch has always been interested in writing and telling stories that empower children to embrace their inner resilience and strength. He is also a bit surprised he's bald given his above average level of Neanderthal DNA. Apart from writing children's books, Mitch works as a part-time monster researcher and holds a Doctorate in Monster Studies from the Australian Monsters University (AMU).More About Mitch Frost
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