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Chronicle Books, 1997 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Papa! Papa! There's a monster in my bed! Parents and children alike will recognize this familiar nighttime refrain. But who exactly is the monster? Readers will giggle as they learn that "monsters" come in all shapes and sizes. And, that it is possible that what we're afraid of in the dark is just as afraid of us! This sure-to-be-favorite bedtime story is brought to life with soft and silly illustrations, and an irresistable pair of monsters. Children will put off bedtime not because they're afraid of monsters, but because they will want to have this story read aloud again and again!

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User Review  - kryoung1 - LibraryThing

A little boy and a small creature find themselves to be sharing a bed and both cry to their parents that there's a monster in the bed. The parents seem oblivious to the unsuspected guest in their ... Read full review


User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A humorous reminder, in the same spirit as Jackie French Koller's No Such Thing (p. 60), that monsters are monsters only in the eye of the beholder. The story begins gently with a little boy dozing ... Read full review