Author
Cotter, Bil
Call Number
J P COTTER
Summary
The only rule in Larry's book is that the reader not push the button, but when no one is looking, it may be irresistible.
Author
Cousins, Lucy
Call Number
J P COUSINS
Summary
Inspired by a game played by the author with her own grandchild, a crayon-bright story by the award-winning creator of the Maisy series invites little monsters to munch, scrunch, gobble and moo their way through imaginative interactions with loved ones before settling down to sleep.
Author
Crow, Kristyn
Call Number
J P CROW
Summary
A young zombie gives a haunting performance in her first ballet dance recital.
Author
Cuyler, Margery
Call Number
J P CUYLER
Summary
Bonaparte the skeleton and his team, the Little Monsters, face the Mighty Aliens in a monster version of the World Series.
Author
Czekaj, Jef
Call Number
J P CZEKAJ
Summary
Perfect for back-to-school and Halloween, this is a funny and sweet story about a monster's first day of school by the popular author-illustrator of Cat Secrets. Little Ghoul is nervous about her first day of school. Her mom assures her that it will be great: The teachers will be scary. The lunch will be revolting! And the other classmates will be spine-tingling and creepy. But what if Little Ghoul's greatest fears come true--and everyone is nice?
Author
Dandurand, Joseph A.
Call Number
J P DANDURAND
Summary
Deep in the thickest part of a cedar forest there lived a young Sasquatch. He was over nine feet tall and his feet were about size twenty. He had long brown hair that covered all of his body. His hands were so big and his arms so long he could wrap them around the biggest of the cedar trees. He had been born here many years ago and he did not know his parents, as they had been scared away by a great fire. He was left on his own and he had survived by eating berries and he had grown into the Sasquatch he now was ...
Author
Degman, Lori
Call Number
J P DEGMAN
Summary
Illustrations and easy-to-read text provide guidance for the tourist who wishes to bring a monster along to visit national parks and other locations across the United States.
Author
DiPucchio, Kelly
Call Number
J P DIPUCCHIO
Summary
"Monsters are loud. And rude. They like to smash things and they always need to be right. But not Yeti. Yeti bakes banana bread and sings to whales and always has a nice word to say. But sometimes you find yourself alone when you're different. And Yeti doesn't know there's a special surprise in store for him."-
Author
Doctorow, Cory
Call Number
J P DOCTOROW
Summary
Once her parents are off to bed, Poesy excitedly awaits the monsters that creep into her room. With the knowledge she's gained from her trusty Monster Book and a few of her favorite toys, Poesy easily fends off a werewolf, a vampire, and much more.
Author
Drago, Flavia Z
Call Number
J P DRAGO
Summary
Gustavo is good at doing all sorts of ghostly things: walking through walls, making objects fly, and glowing in the dark. And he loves almost nothing more than playing beautiful music on his violin. But Gustavo is shy, and some things are harder for him to do, like getting in a line to buy eye scream or making friends with other monsters. Whenever he tries getting close to them, he realizes they just can't see him. Now that the Day of the Dead is fast approaching, what can he do to make them notice him and to share with them something he loves?
Author
Emberley, Ed
Call Number
J P EMBERLEY
Summary
A scary green monster begins to disappear, piece by piece and page by page, in a die-cut picture book that lets youngsters take control of the monsters in their lives.
Author
Evans, Cambria
Call Number
J P EVANS
Summary
Retells the classic tale about a traveller, a ghost, who tricks a town's witches, ghouls, and zombies into helping him make soup.
Author
Fenske, Jonathan
Call Number
J P Favorite LEGO
Summary
When a minifigure meets a new monster friend, this creature is down in the dumps. She doesn't always want to be scary. Sometimes she just wants to do cartwheels, or dress up and make silly faces. But with a little help, this new friend learns it's okay to be whatever you want to be. It's a delightfully funny and sweet story that will put a smile on the faces of readers of all ages.
Author
Freedman, Claire
Call Number
J P FREEDMAN
Summary
"Monsters all over the world have different ways to scare, but they all have one thing in common: they all love zany underpants! And every Saturday night, you will find them in a secret cave, showing off their fancy pants as they dance the Monster Bop! But they have to make it home before the sun comes up--after all, who would be scared of monsters in underpants that are striped and dotted?"
Author
Friedman, Laurie B.
Call Number
J P FRIEDMAN
Summary
Simon Lester Henry Strauss is not in the least afraid of any haunted house, but there is something else that terrifies him.
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