Creepy Monsters, Sleepy Monsters Epub ð Creepy

Creepy Monsters, Sleepy Monsters[PDF / Epub] ☂ Creepy Monsters, Sleepy Monsters Author Jane Yolen – Varanus.us Beloved author Jane Yolen scares up a new rhyming read aloud about the snarfing, growling, snoring way that monsters go to bedCreep, gurgle, crawl, tumble Meet two young monsters who are far from scar Beloved author Jane Yolen scares up a new rhyming read aloud about the snarfing, growling, snoring way that monsters go to bedCreep, gurgle, crawl, tumble Meet two young monsters who are far from scary they re too busy having fun They go to school, play outside with their friends, and eat after school snacks But they also have a bedtime, whether or not they re ready for it Young children and parents alike will find much to identify with as they follow these lovable little monsters getting ready for bed Creepy Monsters, MOBI :µ With wildly colorful illustrations full of whimsy and warmth, Kelly Murphy brings Jane Yolen s gently rhyming tale to rambunctious life.

Creepy Monsters, Sleepy Monsters Epub ð Creepy
  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • Creepy Monsters, Sleepy Monsters
  • Jane Yolen
  • English
  • 13 July 2017
  • 0763662836

    10 thoughts on “Creepy Monsters, Sleepy Monsters Epub ð Creepy


  1. says:

    Monsters creep, Monsters crawl, Over the meadow, And up the wall,begins this monstrous bedtime book from the prolific Jane Yolen, with artwork by Kelly Murphy The simple sing song narrative, which follows two particular monsters as they make their way home one evening, gives way to onomatopoeic play at the end, as the two little creatures toss and turn in bed, until finally well, the inevitable happens.Chosen as one of our October selections in the Picture Book Club to which I belong, wMonsters creep, Monsters crawl, Over the meadow, And up the wall,begins this monstrous bedtime book from the prolific Jane Yolen, with artwork by Kelly Murphy The simple sing song narrative, which follows two particular monsters as they make their way home one evening, gives way to onomatopoeic play at the end, as the two little creatures toss and turn in bed, until finally well, the inevitable happens.Chosen as one of our October selections in the Picture Book Club to which I belong, where our theme this month is witches and monsters, Creepy Monsters, Sleepy Monsters ison the sweet, than the scary side The illustrations, done in oil, acrylic and gel , are lots of fun, with a cute, cartoon like style that won me over The narrative makes for good reading aloud, until the final section, which felt rather tacked on to me Still, I can see some young kids getting a kick out of this one, as long as they aren t put off by the monsters bit


  2. says:

    This book is fun for my 2 year old and I to read There are few words on a page and it reads great out loud The cover is cute and funny with a monster scaring a monster at bedtime We enjoy the little monsters doing everyday activities like going to school, eating dinner, and going to bed My daughter especially loves the playground scene The illustrations are detailed with clever little details like a bug night light in the bedroom and Olive Goo on the kitchen table Perfect for battling the This book is fun for my 2 year old and I to read There are few words on a page and it reads great out loud The cover is cute and funny with a monster scaring a monster at bedtime We enjoy the little monsters doing everyday activities like going to school, eating dinner, and going to bed My daughter especially loves the playground scene The illustrations are detailed with clever little details like a bug night light in the bedroom and Olive Goo on the kitchen table Perfect for battling the monster spooks before they actually begin No need to be afraid of monsters.This was a book pick of the Children s Picture Book Club monthly reads


  3. says:

    Reviewed at my blog HERE Teacher.Mother.Reader Book BlogCreepy Monsters, Sleepy Monsters by Jane Yolen is a Monster themed lullaby for little book loving monsters Yolen is also the author of the very popular series of books How Do Dinosars _______ We chose this book at our library because of the fun and cute cover showing 2 monsters playing peek a boo The book is an oversized hardcover with shiny and colorful pages The illustrations are somewhat muted, with dark backgrounds, adding to Reviewed at my blog HERE Teacher.Mother.Reader Book BlogCreepy Monsters, Sleepy Monsters by Jane Yolen is a Monster themed lullaby for little book loving monsters Yolen is also the author of the very popular series of books How Do Dinosars _______ We chose this book at our library because of the fun and cute cover showing 2 monsters playing peek a boo The book is an oversized hardcover with shiny and colorful pages The illustrations are somewhat muted, with dark backgrounds, adding to the eerie effect There are plenty of scenes showing various monsters doing kid and family things, such as going to school, swinging on swings, eating dinner, and taking a bath The monsters are drawn with soft fluid lines, lots of eyeballs, and smiling mouths sometimes full of sharp, but not scary, teeth.Each 2 page spread has only 2 simple lines, like this one Monsters run, Monsters stumble Followed by the next 2 page spread Monsters hip hop, Monsters Tumble The story takes you on a day with the monsters from beginning to end, ending with the monsters getting into bed and making some monster noises gurgle, burp, and snarf The last page showing the lil monsters finally asleep.Creepy Monsters, Sleepy Monsters could have had a better name, it s such a cute book, and I am not sure I want to read something too creepy to my 2 year old I think the illustrations are cute and they kind of remind of Ugly Dolls, which are just adorable If little ones like monsters and think they are cute, this is a great book I also think the use of monster sounds was fun Because there were only a few words on each page with a very simple story, this book would be best for children ages 6 and under I do wonder why the board book format wasn t chosen Enjoy this book, making monsters sounds, and watching the fun scenes with monsters


  4. says:

    Creepy Monsters, Sleepy Monsters is a perfect fall fun bedtime tale filled with warm colors, silly energy, big smiles, and lots of eyeballs I had oodles of fun with a pile of kids counting eyeballs, scouring the pages for hidden monsters, growling, grunting, and guessing which monster would leave the slimiest goo trail through the park A reading experience that will spark imaginations of all ages Plus this book holds one of my favorite silly words SNARF hehe The definition grosses me, but Creepy Monsters, Sleepy Monsters is a perfect fall fun bedtime tale filled with warm colors, silly energy, big smiles, and lots of eyeballs I had oodles of fun with a pile of kids counting eyeballs, scouring the pages for hidden monsters, growling, grunting, and guessing which monster would leave the slimiest goo trail through the park A reading experience that will spark imaginations of all ages Plus this book holds one of my favorite silly words SNARF hehe The definition grosses me, but the sound and look of the word never fails to make me smile 9 9 12


  5. says:

    Fun for little ones who prefer their monsters on the cuter side lots of fun non scary monsters in these delightful illustrations , I was left a bit underwhelmed While the story begins smoothly and pleasantly as little monsters hurry home and enjoy dinner and bedtime rituals, the rhyme scheme falls apart at the end and it all just feels a little stuck together once the monsters try to go to sleep.


  6. says:

    This book is 3.5 stars but definitely not 4 Simple text, which rhymes Cute pictures and there are elements of Monsters Inc in the book Even though it is about monsters, it is a nice sleep inducing, peaceful dream promoting sort of book.


  7. says:

    The book is about child monsters and the progression of their day It starts with them crossing the road and playing outside It continues with the two monsters playing outside then, they rush home for dinner After dinner, they go to bed, but both monsters have trouble sleeping The mother gives them milk to try to help them sleep after a while, they eventually fall asleep The theme of the book, I believe, is fun and routine Both monster play and have fun all day At the same time, all fun The book is about child monsters and the progression of their day It starts with them crossing the road and playing outside It continues with the two monsters playing outside then, they rush home for dinner After dinner, they go to bed, but both monsters have trouble sleeping The mother gives them milk to try to help them sleep after a while, they eventually fall asleep The theme of the book, I believe, is fun and routine Both monster play and have fun all day At the same time, all fun must come to an end, and they have to go to bed I would recommend the book for kindergarteners to teach them routine


  8. says:

    Great picture book with awesome rhythm as kids watch the monsters head to bed after a busy day of creeping and crawling Read this aloud at a Halloween party and the kids loved the illustrations and the lullaby.


  9. says:

    I thought this was going to be a good read when I started in and then it fell flat for me at the end In the beginning I thought it was a great choice for a storytime, but I did not like the last few pages, so I am going to pass on this one.


  10. says:

    The charming illustrations are engaging and funny.

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