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Awww this is a lovely small story, it is ideal for toddlers through to beginning readers about making friends, and it will be ideal for any small ones that love monsters!! It has nice, clear photos and easy sentences to create this book ideal for first readers.
This children's story teaches some deep lessons in an simple to understand manner, encouraging children to look past appearances like the "monster" who was ugly and scary, into your real self lies, where an individual is usually kind and devoted.
I loved the austerity of the artwork because it fit the simplicity of the story that had such a large lesson to impart. I felt my heart break for the creature reading it and my young daughter was very upset at how he was being treated. Something about the art and the story combined just create you wish to reach out and hug him. It’s just a cute small book about friendship.I think it’d be particularly useful in the classroom to teach how necessary it is to be kind to others, to reach out and befriend someone.
This was a sweet, short book about what it is like to be different, as well as, what the necessary of being looks various and his teeth are pointy so no one wants to play with him. Slowly, Sarah comes forward and not only wants to play with Monster, but she wants to be his friend!I received a copy of this book in exchange for my unbiased review.
My son loves this book, and I think it helps a lot with his emotional e masks come out and there is a pocket in the back to keep them in. Of course they still obtain left out and ripped up, though. But it's nice that they thought of the pocket. We tried very hard to hold them safe for a couple of weeks!My son and I will reference what color creature we feel like sometimes to support express our feelings. I can ask him what color creature he feels like when he seems a small overwhelmed with emotion, which helps him to stop and reflect on his feelings so we can better address the problem. It's also a small more meaningful when I tell him, for example, that I feel like the blue creature because he is jumping on me and it so, and this was of his own design, he uses his "monster friends" to support protect him from his blinds. The tree outside his window sometimes scrapes his window, so he's afraid of his blinds. But he'll call his creature mates and/or lay their masks around his bed to support him feel safe. He prefers the green monster, to better scare off whatever is scaring him.