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BIBLIO: 2016, Cartwheel Books, Ages 3 to 7, $9.99.
REVIEWER: Kristi Bernard
FORMAT: Children’s Picture Book
In the house that monsters built atop a lonely spooky hill there seems to be a lot of scary things going on and it all starts with a little creepy crawly spider. All of the monsters played a role in putting the house together and all of the monsters for some strange reason are a bit afraid. What could it be that is so scary to a bunch of monsters? Well, the mummy was shocked by the spider, the werewolf was upset by a hammer, the skeleton was rattled by a chair, Frankie was terrified of a black cat, the cat was scared of the bats, a zombie let out a scream, and a ghost let out a boo! But that’s not all, there is a witch and a vampire who also scare very easily in the scary and creepy house that monsters built.
Author Steve Metzger has created a hilariously ironic Halloween tale where the monsters are not scary at all. This story builds and builds as the monster conundrum unfolds. It’s helped along by rising rhyme which makes the story even more hilarious and fun. Beginner readers as well as little listeners will be tickled as they see for themselves, with colorful illustrations by Jared Lee, that monsters are afraid of some of the silliest things. Parents and teachers can use this as a tool to open a discussion about being afraid.
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