Publisher: Thought Bubble Publishing; 3 edition (November 16, 2014)
They devise a trap and capture the monster only to learn that the creature can speak. It hasn’t meant to cause any harm, it’s just trying to feed its family. The monster shows them his home and his three little children and begs the boys not to turn them over to the adults. Adults, he says, want to destroy monsters.The boys are left in a pickle. Allow the monsters to be and get grounded, or turn the monsters in knowing what will happen to them? Neither idea seems good, so they come up with a new plan!
This is a cute book that will finally explain where all your missing socks have gone. The story and illustrations are adorable. The monster is friendly and hungry, and just wants to find food and take some back to his three little monsters because they are hungry too.
I can’t wait to read this book to my grandson. I think he will love it!
A.J. Cosmo’s stories are crafted to help parents teach their children
simple everyday lessons in an easy to understand manner. By artfully
marrying beautiful illustrations and language, children are challenged to
explore his magical worlds. Written for the transitional reader, A.J.’s
stories allow your child to develop and master a new level of reading.