Seven Scary Monsters by Mary Beth Lundgren

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Best-selling illustrator Howard Fine teams up with Mary Beth Lundgren to create a not-too-scary bedtime book about monsters. When the lights go off and seven scary monsters come out to make mischief, a young boy uses his imagination to eliminate them, one by one. Using monster-zapping inventions made from objects in his room, the boy finds the confidence to conquer what frightens him most. This funny and reassuring book, with its spirited rhymed text and humorous illustrations depicting a cast of lovable creatures, is a surefire weapon against a common childhood fear.
 

About Mary Beth Lundgren

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Mary Beth Lundgren lives with her husband in Cape Coral, Florida. Nancy Shaw is the author of the popular "Sheep in a Jeep" and its sequels. She holds degrees from the University of Michigan and Harvard University. She and her husband live in Ann Arbor, Michigan. They have two grown children. Howard Fine is the illustrator of several books for children, including the highly successful "Piggie Pie!" He studied at Bucknell University and the Philadelphia College of Art. Mr. Fine lives in White Plains, New York, with his wife and three children.
 
Published August 18, 2003 by Clarion Books. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A septet of ghouls and goblins occupies the young narrator's bedroom at night, and he wants them gone—a task he carries out, monster by monster, with some terrific kid ingenuity (such as turning a taped-together baseball bat and flashlight into an energizing zapper), and a magic refrain "Rick!

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