Brave Little Monster

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Harper Collins, Aug 21, 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages

Albert lies in bed one night. Goose bumps cover his hairy little arms. His fangs chatter with fright. Albert is sure there's a scary little girl lurking in his closet. He's convinced there's a mean little boy hiding under his bed. But when Albert's mom tells him again that little boys and girls don't exist, he's on his own to get rid of them once and for all!

Geoffrey Hayes's delightful illustrations make this the perfect bedtime book for brave little monsters everywhere.

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User Review  - DWMSLibrarian - LibraryThing

This adorable picture book certainly is about a brave little monster. At night in his bedroom he is so terrified of the little girl in the closet eating an ice cream cone and the little boy under his ... Read full review

my personal favorite

User Review  - dorothy - Borders

I teach 3 year old children. This is our favorite book of all time. Read full review

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About the author (2001)

Ken Bakers love for children's books began during childhood, when his parents and older siblings would relate favorite stories of Peter Cottontail, Dr. Seuss, Epaminondas, Curious George, and the three bears. That love for children's books grew as Ken read and made up bedtime stories for his own children.

Geoffrey Hayes's many popular books for children include the My First I Can Read Book Thump and Plunk, Bear by Himself, The Patrick Bear Books, and many beginning reader adventure; about Uncle Tooth and Otto. He lives in San Francisco, California.

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