"This is a great way to start talking to young children about their fears and the monsters they become in their imaginations." Kirkus
CAUTION: Monsters not as scary as they appear!
We all know about the monsters that lurk under the bed and in the closet, but there are many other fears that children face every day, such as, loud noises, spooky shadows, or the unknown in the dark.
This clever story encourages children to take control of their fears by giving them names and reimagining them as friends, not foes.
When I was young, I had many fears,
Like darkness or storms in the sky.
But then I learned when you meet your monsters,
You can make them friends if you try!
|Product dimensions:||10.30(w) x 10.30(h) x 0.50(d)|
|Age Range:||4 - 8 Years|
About the Author
Annie Sarac is a fiction editor, author, and playwright. Annie loves all things Scotland and cookies. Her all-time favorite gig is being a mom to a lovely and talented daughter. You can find Annie running off the cookies or at her tidy desk at TheEditingPen.com.
Alice Brereton grew up in Minneapolis, MN, and is absurdly proud of it. Her artwork is colorful, textured, shape oriented, and always strives to be quirky or "smile inducing." Her favorite food is "pickled anything," and if she were not an illustrator, Alice would be at the bottom of the sea in a submarine, discovering new kinds of sea life and naming them ridiculous names.