Judging from the success of The Walking Dead and the hilarious Zombieland that I finally got around to watching recently, zombies have become pretty mainstream fare. Thus, it might come as no surprise that they have also entered the realm of picture books.
When his family moves into an old house, Howard can’t sleep because he thinks there’s a monster under his bed, even though his mom insists there’s no such thing. Meanwhile, under Howard’s bed, a “non-existent” little monster is afraid because he hears a boy above his bed, but HIS mom is adamant that there’s no such thing!
Three little creatures spend all their time brawling and trying to out-monster each other, until they decide to work together to make the biggest, baddest monster ever.
There are two types of terrible monsters: the terribly terrifying ones who can scare the tuna salad out of anyone, and the ones who are just plain terrible at being monster-y monsters — like Leonardo.
Get ready for a squealing good time with this brilliantly original and imaginative book!
Poor Buddy. All he wants is to make a nice monster meal of the bunnies that he encounters, but somehow or other, his plan keeps getting thwarted by the bunnies, who may or may not know exactly what they are doing…
A little girl treks through the titular Deep Dark Wood to visit her best friend, and encounters a wolf, a witch, a troll and a giant along the way. But what actually takes place isn’t quite what you’d expect from these usual suspects…
Harry was certain there was something terrible lurking in the cellar, because it was “dark and damp and it smelled”.
When Small Blue wakes up in the dark of the night, she “thought of creepy… sneaky things” like gremlins and goblins. Spooked, she calls out to Big Brown for help.