Mind Your Monsters by Catherine BaileyMind Your Monsters by Catherine Bailey

Mind Your Monsters

byCatherine BaileyIllustratorOriol Vidal

Picture Books | August 4, 2015

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Vampires and werewolves and zombies—oh my! It's a monster invasion, and the stinky-smelling creatures are destroying Wally's peaceful little town. They scare the kids, knock over the lampposts, and make a mess of everything. And no one can stop them—until, fed up, Wally says . . . the magic word, "PLEASE." Learning good manners has never been as monstrously fun!

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Catherine Bailey is an author whose work has been published in children's magazines, including Hello / Highlights for Children. Her next book, Hypnosis Harry, is forthcoming from Sky Pony Press. She lives in sunny FL with her husband and two children. Oriol Vidal is an illustrator and storyboard artist based in Barcelona, Spain. He gra...
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Title:Mind Your MonstersFormat:Picture BooksDimensions:40 pages, 11 × 10 × 0.98 inPublished:August 4, 2015Publisher:Sterling Children's BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1454911034

ISBN - 13:9781454911036

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“Vidal goes to town with the monsters, particularly the ones with tentacles, situating them in as wholesome a small town as can be imagined; though Wally and his sister are Caucasian, many of the town's other residents exhibit a pleasing diversity. . . . this should win some fans. —Kirkus Reviews