Updated by Elizabeth Low on Jun 19, 2014
Children's Books about Monsters

Elizabeth Low Children's Books about Monsters

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  1. 1. Picture Books, Rhymes and Songs Featuring Monsters

    Picture Books, Rhymes and Songs Featuring Monsters

    Kids can be repelled by monsters, but also find them exciting and compelling. Here are 10 reviews of monster books for kids, plus more recommendations.

  2. 2. Monster Picture Books

    Monster Picture Books

    The Scariest Monster in the World Weatherly, Lee ISBN: 9781906250409 Call Number: JE WEAT 2009 The scary, scary monster stomps through the woods, shouting "Get out of my way!" And all the forest creatures scurry whenever they see him coming. One day the monster starts to hiccup--and he can't stop.

  3. 3. 19 Monster Books For Kids

    19 Monster Books For Kids

    Books about monsters can be useful tools for parents while delighting children. These aren't just books about silly and sometimes scary monsters they are about fear and conquering it. Just like how children use pretend play to test out adult situations and roles books offer kids a chance to test out scary things in a safe place.

  4. 4. The Best Picture Books about Not-So-Scary Monsters

    The Best Picture Books about Not-So-Scary Monsters

    Monsters are scary for young children, but these books star monsters that turn out to be not so scary, after all. Reading them can be a fun way to triumph over the scary monsters at your house.

  5. 5. Fabulous Five: Niamh Sharkey presents five books about monsters

    Fabulous Five: Niamh Sharkey presents five books about monsters

    Today I am really chuffed to welcome Niamh Sharkey to Library Mice for a Fabulous Five feature on monsters! We have always been big fans of Niamh's at home and own many of her books: Tales from Old Ireland and Cinderella are amongst our all-time favourites, and Santasaurus, which is still one of our regular reads at Christmas time.