Marvin Monster's Big Date

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Moo Press, Inc., 2004 - Dating (Social customs) - 32 pages
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Readers spend the day with second-grader Marvin Monster and his friends, werewolves, goblins, and banshees, at Grim Castle Elementary School. Marvin learns an important lesson about the importance of keeping your promises. A new series that teaches important social skills. Kids will learn an important lesson from this charmingly gruesome monster and his friends. The text is lively and the monster-world details are developed throughout--from Slug Slime hair gel to howling class to snailwiches and toad-warts. Not since the Adams Family has a group of characters grabbed readers young and old alike. Illustrator Bonnie Everett-Hawkes brings the gruesome characteristics to life in page after page of artfully drawn scenes.

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Tabatha Jean D'Agata was born in Lawrence, Massachusetts in 1969. She attended Lawrence schools and found her first knack for writing in a third grade classroom. Currently, Tabatha lives in the charming town of Hooksett, NH with her wonderful husband and their two children. As a writer, Tabatha strives to create children's books that will leave kids with a sense of pride--since the real hero in each is the reader. Tabatha's publishing credits include several children's books, articles, and short stories. Learn more by visiting her website:

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