How To Merit In Monsters: Strange Scout Tales #1 by Matthew CodyHow To Merit In Monsters: Strange Scout Tales #1 by Matthew Cody

How To Merit In Monsters: Strange Scout Tales #1

byMatthew CodyIllustratorSteve Lambe

Hardcover | April 10, 2018

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An adventure-filled, illustrated chapter book series about a scout troop that protects endangered monsters!

The lowest-ranked Troop D (or Troop Dweeb, as the other troops refer to them) learns that their sleepaway camp is really a training ground for protecting the earth's most endangered species—monsters! Now these underdog troopers are next in line to earn their Monster Merit Badges.

Troop D is on a mission to rescue the legendary Big Foot, whose water supply has been contaminated. Luckily, with the help of their troop master and the ever-handy century-old Scout's Handbook, they might just have a chance!
MATTHEW CODY is the acclaimed children’s author of several popular books including the award-winning Supers of Noble’s Green trilogy: Powerless, Super, and Villainous. He lives in Manhattan with his wife and son.STEVE LAMBE is an Emmy-winning character designer for TV and a children's book illustrator. Some of his work includes Nickelo...
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Title:How To Merit In Monsters: Strange Scout Tales #1Format:HardcoverProduct dimensions:128 pages, 7.56 × 5.69 × 0.51 inShipping dimensions:7.56 × 5.69 × 0.51 inPublished:April 10, 2018Publisher:Random House Children's BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1635650593

ISBN - 13:9781635650594

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“Cody's cryptozoological camper caper is a good kickoff for a new series aimed at those newly comfortable with chapters. Plentiful illustrations by Lambe show his roots in television animation, offering just enough Saturday-morning goofiness of a Scooby variety to hook new readers.” –Kirkus Reviews