Monster of the Month Clubby Dian Curtis Regan, Laura Cornell (Illustrator)
Rilla Harmony Earth lives with her off-beat, save-the-world mother and aunt at their bed-and-breakfast inn. With her unusual name and home schooling, and the ever-changing parade of guests at the inn, Rilla is used to things being a little... atypical. So she doesn't think twice about the mysterious postcard from the Monster of the Month Club--until the first package arrives. Suddenly Rilla has her hands full with Icicle, a grouchy, frozen-lemonade-eating monster! Now she wonders: Who signed her up for the Monster of the Month Club? Was it her one true love, Joshua Banks? Her arch enemy, Tina Welter? Her long-lost father? A guest at the inn? And how is she going to hide a year's worth of monsters from her mom?
- Scholastic, Inc.
- Publication date:
- Product dimensions:
- 5.27(w) x 7.58(h) x 0.43(d)
- Age Range:
- 8 - 12 Years
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You should read the book right away if you haven't already. Rilla and the monsters are really funny. Rilla's mom, Sparrow, made a sign on the front of their house that said 'Peace for every one'. Oh and by the way they don't live at a normal house. You have to read the book to find out.
THIS IS AN EXELLENT BOOK! I LOVE ALL HER BOOKS! I GOT ALL MY FRIENDS HOOKED ON IT. I HAVE THE WHOLE SERIES! GO ICICLE!(THE JANUARY MONSTER).
I never wanted to put this book down. Though it was a few years ago when I read it I wanted to read it over and over again!
The Monster of the Month Club series is absolutely one of the best series we have read. They are funny and despite the 'Monster' in the title, they are by no way scary and are wonderful reads for schoolage(young) children. I read them with my preschooler ..we were hooked and couldn't stop at one book. I don't know if it was poor advertising on the publishers part, but these books need more publicity. They are FANTASTIC!! Thank you Dian Regan!!!!