When A Monster Is Born by Sean Taylor

When A Monster Is Born

bySean TaylorIllustratorNick Sharratt

Paperback | August 16, 2011

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When a monster is born, there are two possibilities-
Either it's a faraway-in-the-forests monster, or . . .
it's an under-your-bed monster.
If it's a faraway-in-the-forests monster, that's that.
But if it's an under-your-bed monster, all sorts of comical things can happen.
Read it at bedtime and laugh your pajamas off . . .
or read it during the day and laugh your socks off!

About The Author

Sean Taylor is a graduate of Cambridge University and has worked as a publisher, journalist, and teacher. He has lived in Zimbabwe and Brazil, from where he has just returned to his native England.Nick Sharrat has illustrated many books for children, including the bestselling novels of Jacqueline Wilson. He lives in London.
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Title:When A Monster Is BornFormat:PaperbackDimensions:32 pages, 9.86 × 7.08 × 0.14 inPublished:August 16, 2011Publisher:Square FishLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:031255348X

ISBN - 13:9780312553487

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"Fittingly, this book's large size, dramatic black backgrounds, and bold colors leap off the page at readers, just like a monster jumping out of a closet. . . . With its zany humor, skillful timing of page turns, and over-the-top story line, this is an engaging tale that children will respond to and request again and again." -School Library Journal"More slapstick than scary, this monster picture book, the author's debut, is a deliciously silly, circular tale. . . . Bright, funny, and interactive, this is just the thing for a sugared-up, restless story-hour crowd." -Booklist"In the fine tradition of Laura Numeroff's If You Give a Mouse a Cookie (1985) and Remy Charlip's Fortunately (1980) comes this British import sure to have little monsters everywhere asking to hear it again. . . . Sharratt's heavy-lined cartoon illustrations are a perfect match for Taylor's debut. Multiple typefaces will aid even the clumsiest readers in making this a storytime staple." -Kirkus Reviews"The hilarious possibilities in the predictable structure and the bright mixed-media illustrations against alternating black and white backgrounds make this a great choice for storytime." -The Horn Book