Some Monsters Are Different by David Milgrim

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In less-skillful hands this offering would come across as saccharine, but Milgrim pulls it off with witty aplomb. Share with a pack of monsters to spark conversations about individuality.
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This laugh-out-loud book describes the many differences found between monsters. Some monsters will eat anything; some are picky. Some monsters talk and talk and talk; some are quiet. But ultimately, as this hilarious book makes clear, all monsters are absolutely, positively, completely perfectly wonderful . . . just the way they are!

David Milgrim's spare text and colorful, contemporary illustrations are perfect for beginning readers. And for anyone who's ever felt like the odd one out, this is a funny, playful, and comforting story.

 

About David Milgrim

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DAVID MILGRIM is the author of more than twenty-five books for young readers, including Goodnight, iPad (written as Ann Droyd). He is also the recipient of an IRA/Children's Choices award. Milgrim lives in Massachusetts. Visit him at davidmilgrim.com.
 
Published September 3, 2013 by Henry Holt and Co. (BYR). 36 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Jun 25 2013

In less-skillful hands this offering would come across as saccharine, but Milgrim pulls it off with witty aplomb. Share with a pack of monsters to spark conversations about individuality.

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