Peek-A-Boo Monsters

Peek A Boo Monsters Monsters hide throughout this die cut book from Charles Reasoner As you read the simple verse small windows give you a peek at the creatures on the next page Each spread reveals adorable monsters

  • Title: Peek-A-Boo Monsters
  • Author: Charles Reasoner Marina Le Ray
  • ISBN: 9781479521708
  • Page: 362
  • Format: Board Book
  • Monsters hide throughout this die cut book from Charles Reasoner As you read the simple verse, small windows give you a peek at the creatures on the next page Each spread reveals adorable monsters

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    1. Review originally posted at Bettering Me Up.The kids have been talking about monsters a lot recently. I don't know if it's because we recently watched Monsters, Inc or if they are starting to worry about monsters in their rooms. I'm really hoping that they're simply talking about the movie.In order to allay their fears, The Husband and I have kept talking about how silly monsters are. We tell the monsters to go home and sleep. We call Mommy Monster and Daddy Monster on the phone to tell Kid Mons [...]

    2. This is a very short but cute read for kids. It was purple with a polk-a-dot monster in the window so I couldn't pass up a free review to check it out you know, for the inner child in me:-)The monster pictures throughout are more on the adorable side than the scary, it's about 10 pages long and very short on the words so it makes for a great book for the very young kids. I think they'd get a kick out of pointing out the various monsters and getting their own creative juices flowing on drawing up [...]

    3. I received this title as a preview eBook from Netgalley. Unfortunately, I think getting this title as an eBook cut down on its effectiveness. Charles Reasoner has created a really cute book that looks like it would be a perfect board book but as I said I feel I didn’t get the whole experience. The illustrations are very cute and I could tell from the images that it is supposed to be a cut-out book where the character on the next page literally “peeks” through the page before. However since [...]

    4. Peek-a-Boo Monsters by Charles Reasoner is a die cut board book which is currently scheduled for release on August 1 2013. This bright and colorful book shows monsters hiding and features small windows which offer a small peek at what hides on the next page. The monsters are more cute than frightening, and offer a simple verse with some opposites and contrasting words. While neither the die cut windows or the ideas in the book are new, the result is still a fun story that quickly catches the eye [...]

    5. I got PEEK-A-BOO MONSTERS for the purpose of providing a review, but unfortunately since I am reviewing the e-galley version of the book, I *know* that I am missing out on the BEST part of the book -- the cute little windows that allow the monsters to peek through from the next pages. How adorable!I love the bright, bold colors, and I could imagine that a very young child would find this short and sweet book to be very fun and intriguing, especially since it has exactly the type of color contras [...]

    6. You can find this review at My Favorite ThingsPeek-A-Boo Monsters by Charles Reasoner is a children's board book that gives you peek-a-boo images of various cute monsters that reveal each monster through a cut-out and then you turn the page and get the whole monster. This is a very cute and colorful book that young children will find very visually engaging.

    7. I can't express how much I love this book. It is absolutely adorable! Unfortunately, our boys are a little too old to fully enjoy this book but I will be giving it to all of our friends with young kiddos which is a lot apparently, there's something in the water. This is intended for little ones, but if you have a new reader, I think that this would be an awesome book to start off with!The illustrations and bright colors are also perfect they will keep a little one completely engaged while you [...]

    8. My daughter really loved this book and so did I. It was so cute and she interacted with the characters she seen on each page. The characters were adorable and each page was filled with color. It was a quick ready for this mommy and her little one which gave us plenty of time to read it a few times before everyone else got the amazing chance to experience it. I appreciate the chance Capstone Young Readers and Charles Reasoner gave me to share this adorable book with my little girl and I recommend [...]

    9. This is a book that would make a good Halloween story for very young readers. It's not scary, so there would be no worry of bad dreams. Kids would enjoy it when the small monster up on the chair says he's scared. Preschool and kindergarten teachers could also use it for a very easy introduction to opposites - big and small, short and tall, ceiling and floor.I read an e-book provided by the publisher through NetGalley.

    10. I received this as a digital arc from Netgalley and the publisher (thanks so much). I love the illustrations and the story itself. The only problem I had was just due to the fact that this must be a board book and board books don't work so well as a digital arcbut that's neither here nor there. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone with a young child/toddler. I could see using this as a book for a book babies story time.

    11. Full review available on my blog: destinydawnlong.wordpress/Excerpt: Peek-a-Boo Monsters is a peek-a-boo style board book featuring die-cut windows on each page that allow you to look through to a small piece of the following page. Although it’s a great selection to put you in the mood for Halloween, it’s not a Halloween-themed book–meaning that monster loving toddlers can enjoy reading it year round.

    12. The Peek-a-Book Monsters has pretty images that are appropriate for themes. The book is very age appropriate with vivid monster animations, but I would have liked funnier content. I’m sure it will gain the attention of little ones through its brilliant pictures. I rate this book at 4, and recommend it for little ones. (ARC)

    13. my thoughts - This is a very cute children’s book. It is illustrated with bright colored monsters. The monsters are cute looking and not scary. It also has simple language within it so that most young children will be able to understand the words that are being read to them. Overall I would say it’s a good book geared toddlers.

    14. This is a great board book for baby's first Halloween. It's die cut, with peek through windows on every page. The illustrations are 100% adorable with bright colors to engage your child. The text is simple and sparse, making it just right it read to an infant. Babies love board books like this!My blog: Books for Kids

    15. my son loves monsters at the moment, and thought this book was brilliant!!lovely bright colours, funny monsters, and great peep-holes throughout! loved it!a guaranteed hit with little boys, sure to keep their attention!***THANKS TO NETGALLEY AND THE PUBLISHERS FOR THE ARC!

    16. I loved the colorful, adorable monsters. This is a very short, simple book. I agree with other reviewers that it isn't effective as an e-book, but children will be reading a board book. It will be great in that form!

    17. I love the concept of this book. I enjoyed the cut-outs and the brightly colored monsters. Small children will appreciate the not-so-scary monsters teaching them some opposites.

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