10 Little Monsters Visit New York City by Jess Smart Smiley10 Little Monsters Visit New York City by Jess Smart Smiley

10 Little Monsters Visit New York City

byJess Smart Smiley

Hardcover | October 11, 2016

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10 Little Monsters discover some of the most unique and interesting things about New York City and what it has to offer. Silly, over-the-top fun, and a bit macabre, 10 Little Monsters Visit New York City is the perfect counting and cultural book for every little boy and ghoul!
Jess Smart Smiley is a writer, illustrator, and designer living in Orem, Utah. His books include Upside Down: A Vampire Tale (Top Shelf Productions, 2012), The Adventures of William Worm (Piggy Press, 2013), Rumpus on the Run: A Monster Look-n-Find Book (Mascot Books, 2013), and the 10 Little Monsters series (Familius, 2014). ...
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Title:10 Little Monsters Visit New York CityFormat:HardcoverDimensions:32 pages, 10.06 × 10.46 × 0.43 inPublished:October 11, 2016Publisher:FamiliusLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:194293467X

ISBN - 13:9781942934677

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Smiley, Jess Smart 10 Little Monsters Visit New York City, illustrated by Nathan Hardyman. PICTURE BOOK. Familius LLC, 2016. $16.95. Content: G. A group of ten monsters head into New York City for a visit. They see the most famous sites of the city (Central Park, Empire State Building, etc) and along the way, each monster finds somewhere to stop and stay. So though 10 monsters start out together, by the end only 1 monster makes her debut on Broadway. The story is written in rhyme, and each page also features factoids about the particular NYC site in question? .The book can still be fun for young readers who like the bit about a group of monsters - who all look very different from one another - traveling together? Pre-K, EL(K-3) - OPTIONAL. - Cindy Mitchell, Kiss the Book blog