The Monster Machine by Nicola Robinson

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Vibrantly illustrated, this picture book offers great fun with hilarious monsters and a message about working together

When a boy and his dad build an amazing monster-making machine, all sorts of monsters come tumbling out—big ones, small ones, funny ones, and even ever-so-slightly scary ones. The monsters love to have fun and spend the days playing, until they discover that other monsters live in an amazing land far away. Once again it is time to make an amazing machine, this time a flying one to take them to the land of the monsters.

 

About Nicola Robinson

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Nicola Robinson is a freelance illustrator who has illustrated editions of Bram Stoker's Dracula and The Wizard of Oz, and whose book cover designs include Jasper Fforde's The Last Dragonslayer.
 
Published May 1, 2013 by Pavilion. 32 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books. Fiction

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K-Gr 1—This is a story about a boy whose father is an inventor. His "latest and greatest invention" is a machine that when stocked with slimy, gooey, and strange ingredients, pops out monsters. Though they may seem strange, the monsters turn out to be great fun, teaching the child mon

Jul 01 2013 | Read Full Review of The Monster Machine

K-Gr 1—This is a story about a boy whose father is an inventor. His "latest and greatest invention" is a machine that when stocked with slimy, gooey, and strange ingredients, pops out monsters. Though they may seem strange, the monsters turn out to be great fun, teaching the child mon

Jul 01 2013 | Read Full Review of The Monster Machine

K-Gr 1—This is a story about a boy whose father is an inventor. His "latest and greatest invention" is a machine that when stocked with slimy, gooey, and strange ingredients, pops out monsters. Though they may seem strange, the monsters turn out to be great fun, teaching the child mon

Jul 01 2013 | Read Full Review of The Monster Machine

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