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A Monster's Moved In!

By (author) Timothy Knapman
Illustrated by Loretta Schauer
Format: Hardback
Publisher: Little Tiger Press Group, London, United Kingdom
Imprint: Little Tiger Press
Published: 2nd Mar 2015
Dimensions: w 253mm h 287mm d 8mm
Weight: 468g
ISBN-10: 1848690428
ISBN-13: 9781848690424
Barcode No: 9781848690424
It's raining and Barnaby is bored. Then he has a brilliant idea: he's going to make a den. "But a monster might move in!" say Mum and Dad. Barnaby's den is made of cushions and bits of sofa - far too cosy for a monster. But playing by himself isn't much fun and soon Barnaby wishes a monster would move in. BIG MISTAKE! A laugh-out-loud romp from best-selling author, Timothy Knapman (Dinosaurs in the Supermarket and Mungo and the Pirate Book Pirates). This funny picture book celebrates friendship, imagination and play. Children will love the bright and lively illustrations - a book to banish rainy day blues.

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"Monsters, den building, imaginative play, tree climbing - just the kind of things young children love. Put them altogether in a slightly crazy, laugh-inducing story and illustrate it with verve and vigour, and just a touch of cuteness, and the result is a book with enormous appeal..." * - Jill R Bennett * "The twist at the end of the story is just wonderful... Have this book ready for the next rainy day and share the entertaining story and hilarious illustrations with your child - then let their imagination take over. Don't miss the pictures - they are full of delight." * - Parents in Touch * "Bold, bright and action-packed illustrations give Barnaby's adventures an added turbo boost ... and ensure that rainy days will never be so boring again!" * - Lancashire Evening Post * "A Monster's Moved In is a fun story about friendship that had us laughing out loud. We loved the brightly coloured illustrations that really brought the book to life." * - Book Babblers *