How to Turn Your Mom into a Monster

How to Turn Your Mom into a Monster

by Aurora Whittet

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781634890878
Publisher: Wise Ink Creative Publishing
Publication date: 10/02/2017
Pages: 36
Sales rank: 1,292,452
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x (d)
Age Range: 4 - 7 Years

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How to Turn Your Mom into a Monster 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
wifetoalineman02 More than 1 year ago
This is such a beautiful and fun book to read for your kids I asked my daughter to read this book and she said she is too big for this book to read. She said this book is for little kids. I read it by myself. Though my babies are now 14 and 11, luckily they were not monsters when they were little. This book is so beautiful and fun to read. I loved the illustrations. Little kids will enjoy looking at them for sure. This book brought so much memories while am reading it. Kids grow up too fast and that we must treasure every precious moments with them. It brought smile to my face and so much loved especially the last page. I am sure that some of the routines mention in the book, some parents can relate. Fortunately, my kids were behaving when they were little. Now that they are bigger, putting them to bed is a pain compared when they were little. Little monsters or angels, we were the one who created them. We love those buggers anyway and we will not trade them anything for the world.
BookwormforKids More than 1 year ago
Turning your mother into a monster is serious business, even if it means giggles are guaranteed. Mothers, even the sweetest most patience ones, can be turned into monsters, and this book tells how. Step by step, tips are given on how to edge mothers to the point where becoming a monster is guaranteed. Even if it takes until bedtime. Kids are great at driving their mother's to patience's border, and with this book, pulling those moms into monsterdom is guaranteed. The first illustration, before the title page shows up, already sets the tone—one monster toots and the other laughs. From fling her purse to coloring on the walls, this is a perfect step-by-step guide on how little monsters can force their moms to join their kind. The ideas flow full swing the closer bedtime rolls around, but then, that's when mothers are at their weakest point. To aide in the fun (as if any help is needed), there's a lovely chart to help kids find the craziest excuses why they can't go to sleep. It's hilarious. It's funny. . .and watch out moms because it will give those little monsters some ideas. As to the illustrations, they are cute and cuddly, and remind a bit of Monsters Inc. There aren't many extra details as the simple but colorful pictures center on each monster as it does what has to be done. Kids are sure to find their favorite characters and wish they could cuddle with them. The end is sweet and offers a wonderful go-to-bed moment, which is sure to lead to monster dreams. Summed up, this is a funny book which hits kid humor square on and is sure to create giggles and laughs. I received a complimentary copy and found the book so cute that I wanted to leave my honest thoughts.
ARS8 More than 1 year ago
My boys enjoy monster books very much and How to Turn Your Mom into a Monster was a cute, tongue in cheek story that captured their interest and had them giggling and often times saying “uh-oh” with big wide eyes. This is a story about a child who is trying to turn his mom into a monster before he goes to bed and does so with some questionable and hilarious means. As I read to my boys I was pleased to hear that neither one would attempt to turn me into a monster in the ways the book suggested. They agreed they had their own tricks for that… The illustrations are lavish and brilliantly colored and pull both young and old into the story. The favorite part for both boys was the “Reason Chart” for why that can’t go to sleep. They enjoyed the poll like reasons as to why they could not possibly go to bed and often go back to that page to get more reasons. This was a fun, albeit a bit scary read for a mom, which in a roundabout way shows just how much a child wants to spend time with their parent. And monsters are cool. I received a copy of this book for free. I was not required to post a positive review and all views and opinions stated are my own.