!!> Read ➱ Monster, Be Good! ➵ Author Natalie Marshall – Moi-sosedi.info

Monster, Be Good! This Charming Concept Book Puts The Child Reader In Charge Of An Assortment Of Unruly Little Monsters Stand Ins For Their Real Life Counterparts Who Are Wild, Noisy, Hungry, Scary, Selfish, And Grump Sound Familiar The Emphasis Is On Helping The Monsters Figure Out How To Change Behaviors So That They Can Become Happier, Well Behaved Kids Er, Make That Monsters Promoting Self Recognition Of Certain Behaviors And The Responses They Elicit, It S An Ideal Book For Young Kids To Share With A Grown Up, Who Was Probably Once A Little Monster, Too And When A Formerly Grumpy And Crabby Monster Turns Into A Good Monster And Asks Nicely For A Goodnight Kiss, Give One Smoooch And Enjoy The Rest Of The Evening


About the Author: Natalie Marshall

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Monster, Be Good! book, this is one of the most wanted Natalie Marshall author readers around the world.



10 thoughts on “Monster, Be Good!

  1. says:

    My 16 month old son adores this book He loves reading it over and over and interacting with the characters We actually borrowed the video book from the digital library first, prior to purchasing it It s read to a video of the monsters coming alive and the story is elaborated greatly which was really nice We continue to elaborate and act out the monsters this way with him and it has e


  2. says:

    This is a book about emotions, self control, and choices disguised as a fantasy book about monsters I love the educational value, love the bright colors, and love the metaphor I think the only thing that could make this better is if it was a story about a little kid who tells these things to the monsters.


  3. says:

    Fun book with fun pictures to teach kids manners


  4. says:

    July 2019 cute, but not memorable.


  5. says:

    After hearing this about 30 times with my grandson, it definitely lost the magic for me.


  6. says:

    This book is short, a little boring, but the illustrations are fun.


  7. says:

    I liked it but it was too short and I didn t realize that the last page was the end So the conclusion could ve been better I liked how it teaches kids to pay attention to their own behavior.


  8. says:

    Colorful illustrations in various hues Not all primary colors There is a shortage of please , excuse me , and thank you which is probably in line with true monster manners I added a few here in there while I was reading it I liked that it was simple and too the point and didn t contain any extra fluff I especially liked that they didn t waste paper on the endpapers I hate paying for those The last page of the book is actually on the inside of th


  9. says:

    This is a cute little picture book with simple text The illustrations are done really well and are vibrant and will draw little readers in Some are silly and will make them giggle The text lends well to some lessons that young readers are learning, especially when it comes to getting along with others The combination of illustrations and text will help draw children in and keep their attention Overall I thought this book was cute and I would possibly pur


  10. says:

    Colors abound in this short picture book in which the audience is in charge of a group of rowdy monsters If a monster is noisy, children can tell him to be quiet If a monster is selfish, children can tell him to take turns Storytime crowds will love the chance to tell monsters to sit still and go to sleep and parents will appreciate that this book introduces a fun way to talk to their kids about manners and other social situations including bullying What I love b


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