Tuesday, July 12, 2016

The Monsterbet (Children's Illustrated book REVIEW)

The Monsterbet

The ABCs Do Not Scare Me!


Author: Sarah Steele
 Illustrator: Daniel Manduka
 Category: Illustrated Children's Book
 Suitable for: All ages, ideal for 2-8, for learning the Alphabet
 My Rating: 5 Stars
 Format Read for Review: PDF from the author. Available in hardcover and paperback.
 Pages: 48

Description: This is a fun alphabet learning book that features each letter as a monster character with a funny corresponding Seuss-like rhyme that will keep the child engaged. It is a funny, exciting book that teaches while entertaining.   

In Short: I would recommend this book for small children to help prepare them for learning their ABCs. This would make a great gift for new parents.

Pros: I think this book is a good tool for helping children remember the alphabet. They can study their ABCs while being entertained and it takes the pressure off of the parent to make the alphabet interesting, all they need to do is read the fun rhymes in this book. The art is really wonderful. The pictures are bright, colorful, high quality and kids would find the monsters cute, funny and non-threatening.

Cons: I have no issues with this book.

I received a free copy of this book in return for my honest review. 


Another version: The Shoephabet

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  1. Sounds cute. I remember reading stories to my kids when they were small. The alphabet ones were among their favorites. There is still a Halloween one with black cats they like to see each year.

    1. Oh that's great! I love traditions. When I was growing up I remember a book that I would read every year around Christmas time.