How To Catch A Monster
  • How To Catch A Monster
  • How To Catch A Monster
  • How To Catch A Monster
  • How To Catch A Monster
  • How To Catch A Monster
  • How To Catch A Monster
ISBN: 1492648949
EAN13: 9781492648949
Language: English
Release Date: Sep 5, 2017
Pages: 40
Dimensions: 0.39" H x 8.19" L x 8.11" W
Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Book Overview

A USA Today Bestseller From the New York Times and USA Today bestselling How to Catch series comes an all-new monster book for kids

Get ready to laugh along in this fun children's monster book as a brave young ninja heads into the closet to meet the monster that's been so scary night after night But what if our monster isn't scary at all? Maybe our hero is about to make a friend of the strangest sort. Whether you're looking for Halloween kids books, a great bedtime story, or inspiration to build your very own STEAM traps and activities, parents, educators, and children alike will love sharing this silly and inventive picture book about conquering fears, which reminds us that things aren't always as scary as they seem

There's a monster in my closet,
with claws, and teeth, and hair,
and tonight, I'm going to scare him
He lives just right through there.

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  • How to Catch an Elf
  • How to Catch a Turkey
  • How to Catch a Leprechaun
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       My 6 year old loved this book.
    I recently bought some books on Amazon for my son and his step-brothers. Although this one isn't Halloween it had a monster in it so I'm sure it shows a sweet side of the beast and I'm sure it eases some kids fears of the "monsters" they believe are in their closet, under their bed, etc. This is probably an unpopular opinion, but I grew up with brothers and I have 2 step sons and my son. I am not new to fart humor, and how people find it. There is a single page in the book that talks about the farting. My son so hard at that page and seeing how much he enjoyed the book in its entirety made me so happy that I bought it.
       Seriously? This is acceptable language in a book for a 5 year old?
    What a cute book for our 5 year old grandson. We're not trying to raise a child with good manners. We don't want to use that word again. What is wrong, says Dr. Julie Gerberding, is that some people think it is ok to use the word "fart" to describe a child's book.
       This one is ok. The others have been better
    Overall these are super cute and silly books, but this one just lets me down. I don't like the way that the story goes with this one compared to the other ones, because they do traps per thing, too. My kids still think it's funny and adorable, even though it's a tad too late. For me this one's definitely lower on the list of these books to get.
    The story lines don't include the mermaid, elf, and unicorn versions of the story. It feels like it's missing something. It just doesn't go along with the "how to catch" story line, it's just too important. A new book about the Beatles, "Reunion" by Simon & Schuster.
       Disgusting potty humor
    The boy says he's talking about farting and the girl says she smells it. It's just that they call it, "The Blair Witch's." I still want my kids to be able to read. I want them to read books to improve their language and learn good character traits and to read not to garbage and pick up potty humor, Mrs. Pearson said.
    My girls absolutely love it. Each page has just enough words to fill a half-dozen pages. Not many people lose their attention. The book also contains some witty lines, the team said. Already ordered a Turkey for Thanksgiving? Great quality hardback, said Gillian.
       Cute, funny book
    My daughter absolutely loves the book. She also told us that she's a huge fan of the original "Frankenweenie" because the monster farts she thinks is funny.
       Fun read, great illustration
    Thanks for the pic. The illustrations had great design with great bright colors, and the story completed on a great positive message, it added. I flipped through it before mailing it out, and even then, I thought it was a fun read.
       I Love this book and the orgers as Well from the ...
    I've read all the books, and I love the others too. This book goes with the toys, too! The pages are bright and colorful, and are not so easy to rip. Highly recommend this book and the others from this author.