Friday, July 10, 2020

Summer Reading Book Review - Monster's Big Day

When I was a child we had a pop-up book which I loved. It was so much fun to not only read the story, but see the pictures pop up as each page was turned. Today I'm so happy to share with you a fun new pop-up book . . . Monster's Big Day.

Monster's Big Day
Authors - Randy Harvey and Sean Wilkinson
Illustrators -  John Skewes
Publisher - Sterling Children's Books
Ages - 3-7

Favorite features - 

  • Eight fun, colorful, detailed pop-ups for children to enjoy
  • Story engages children in the excitement of the characters getting ready to celebrate.
Sterling Children's Books says; "Deep in the heart of the Pacific Northwest, you’ll find a wooded glen known as Wetmore Forest, where a band of furry critters lives. They’re the POP Monsters, and they come in all shapes and sizes, each with its own particular, lovable personality. Join Butterhorn, Chester, Picklez, Tumblebee, and more on their whimsical adventures. It’s time for the Wetmore Forest monsters to get ready for the big Harvest Festival! Creatures from near and far will celebrate with music, food, and games. But first, everyone must prepare for their guests: Picklez zips about picking up sticks, Butterhorn tries out the instruments, and Chester McFreckle even builds a machine to make pumpkin-pear cider. Children will love playing with the fun pop-up on every spread!"

Children are sure to enjoy the illustrations - with pop-ups of course and the clever story will delight - this book will certainly become a family favorite!

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