Monthly Archives: November 2016

Monsters!

Monsters!

The characters in these two books figure out how to deal with their monster problems in this Perfect Picture Book Pair! [spacer height=”20px”]

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Title: Monster Trouble

Author: Lane Fredrickson

Illustrator: Michael Robertson

Publisher: Sterling Children’s Books (September 2015)

Age Range: 4-8 years

[spacer height=”20px”] What’s a girl gotta do to rid her bedroom of monsters so she can get some sleep? Winifred Schnitzel finds the perfect solution to her monster trouble!

 [spacer height=”20px”] Title: The Monstore 

Author: Tara Lazar

Illustrator: James Burks

Publisher: Aladdin   (June 2013)

Age Range: 4-7 years

[spacer height=”20px”] What’s a boy gotta do to get rid of his pesky little sister? To solve his problem, Zach goes to the Monstore!

[spacer height=”20px”] A Perfect Picture Book Pair showcases two books with universal themes, but one must include a diverse setting, or life experience,  or main character. My goal is to support books in the market that contribute to diversity in children’s literature.

[spacer height=”20px”] Mark Twain said, “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness…” I believe reading is too!

[spacer height=”20px”] Kids love to see their reflections in books. Join me and #ReadYourWorld!