Simon's book

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Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Books, 1983 - Juvenile Fiction - 36 pages
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Simon flees from a friendly monster with the aid of some drawing pens and a bottle of ink.

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User Review  - rmewife - LibraryThing

Summary The story was about a boy who was drawing a character by the name Simon and a scary monster. When the boy decided to go to sleep, an amazing adventure began. A couple of pens and ink came ... Read full review

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User Review  - Truly.Mae.Pettijohn - LibraryThing

Summary- A boys drawing comes to life in order to run away from monsters. Personal Opinion- A very creative story. Cartoon artwork with ink and water colors. Classroom- 1)Discuss how to be inspired to ... Read full review


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About the author (1983)

Henrik Drescher has written and illustrated numerous children's books, including "McFig and McFly: A Tale of Jealousy, Revenge, and Death (with a Happy Ending)"; "Hubert the Pudge: A Vegetarian Tale"; and "The Strange Appearance of Howard Cranebill", which won "The New York Times" Best Illustrated Book of the Year (1982). His illustrations, for kids and grown-ups, regularly appear in "The New York Times Book Review" and other national and international publications. He splits his time between Toronto and China.

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