How to Catch a Monster (Hardcover)

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How to Catch a Monster (Hardcover)

By Adam Wallace, Andy Elkerton (Illustrator)

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A USA Today Bestseller! From the New York Times and USA Today bestselling How to Catch series comes an all-new monster story, the perfect back to school picture book for kids!

Get ready to laugh along in this fun children's monster book as a brave young ninja heads into the closet to meet the monster that's been so scary night after night! But what if our monster isn't scary at all? Maybe our hero is about to make a friend of the strangest sort...

Whether you're looking for first day of school books about fears, spooky basket stuffers, festive gifts for children, a great bedtime story, or inspiration to build your very own STEAM traps and activities, parents, educators, and children alike will love sharing this silly read aloud! This inventive picture book about conquering fears and overcoming anxiety reminds us that things aren't always as scary as they seem!

There's a monster in my closet with claws, and teeth, and hair,

and tonight, I'm going to scare him! He lives just right through there...

Also in the How to Catch Series:

  • How to Catch a Witch
  • How to Catch the Easter Bunny
  • How to Catch an Elf
  • How to Catch a Turkey
  • How to Catch a Leprechaun
  • How to Catch a Dinosaur
  • and more!
Adam Wallace is a children's writer and cartoonist living in Australia. He is the author of the New York Times bestselling How to Catch series and The Holiday Heroes Save Christmas.

Andy Elkerton is a children's book illustrator who loves to create creatures that are impossible to catch! He is known for his work on the New York Times bestselling How to Catch series and is based in the United Kingdom.

Product Details ISBN: 9781492648949
ISBN-10: 1492648949
Publisher: Sourcebooks Wonderland
Publication Date: September 5th, 2017
Pages: 40
Language: English
Series: How to Catch
"The rhyming text flows well and the bright illustrations are giggle-inducing, especially when the monster does something VERY unexpected." — Kiss the Book