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by Gerald Hawksley

Download Silly Monsters ABC eBook
ISBN:
1461109272
Author:
Gerald Hawksley
Language:
English
Publisher:
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (August 23, 2011)
Pages:
30 pages
EPUB book:
1240 kb
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1405 kb
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1382 kb
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Rating:
4.5
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830


There is also an extra included book called Silly Monsters 1 2 3. That goes from 1 to 9. Very entertaining especially if your child is into the monster thing.

There is also an extra included book called Silly Monsters 1 2 3.

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Silly Monsters ABC Paperback – 23 Aug 2011. Gerald Hawksley is a children's book author and illustrator, and part time fishmonger and astronaut

Silly Monsters ABC Paperback – 23 Aug 2011. by. Gerald Hawksley (Author, Illustrator). Gerald Hawksley is a children's book author and illustrator, and part time fishmonger and astronaut. He lives in a small castle beside the River Snood with his chums Lord Treacle, "Mousy" Mousington and Otto Fishblanket. They often go treasure hunting in a motorised bathtub and then come home and have tea and cake.

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Books for children including concept books, picture books, chapter books, middle grade(MG) and young adult(YA). Silly Monsters ABC: A Silly Rhyming Alphabet Picture Book For Kids by Gerald Hawksley Deal. A Silly Monsters Alphabet kindle book for Kids.

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Gerald Hawksley is a children's book author and illustrator, and part time fishmonger and astronaut. This was just plain fun, with its silly monsters and nonsense rhymes. It's suitable for older picture book readers, or as a read a loud for younger ones. It put a smile on my face.

"A Brilliant Creation!" - Algernon Blottington-Clampweasel "Absolutely Beautiful! Clever!" - Amelia Belinda Cartwheel A nonsensical rhyming ABC picture book featuring silly monsters, from the amblemoose to the zebozoo, not forgetting the spotty socksniffer (who sniffs socks with spots), the tea-toad (who hides in cracked teapots), the mouldy moop (who menaces mild-mannered mice) and the nasty nonk (who's never very nice). "Alphabetical Brilliance, Certainly." - A Bus Conductor "Actually Bought Cartloads!" - A Big Cheese
  • Hirah
I think the Kindle is a wonderful device. But children do not own Kindles. They own books. They should own as many books as possible. So why would you have them fall in love with a book like this one, and then only release it on Kindle???? My children are frustrated and disappointed that they can't buy this book as a hard (or soft) cover. Please print it for them.
  • Rarranere
Silly is definitely a good description for this book. The monsters do look very wacky and silly with fun made-up names also. Like G for Gobblesnipe. The illustrations are fun and bright and colorful. Some of the words are hard to pronounce but I think that is part of the fun. Each letter of the alphabet has the name of the monsters but also other words that start with that letter. For example: H for hairy Hipparoo. But also hat, hair, hooves, hello and house. And all those things are also included on the page in the drawing. So kids can learn and practice several words for that letter. My niece really enjoyed the book and was laughing the entire time.

I got the Kindle edition and the pictures are small. You have to click on them to make them larger and better to look at. At the end of the story are fun jokes and puzzles. Even I was laughing at some of those. There is also an extra included book called Silly Monsters 1 2 3. That goes from 1 to 9. Very entertaining especially if your child is into the monster thing.
  • Gavikelv
My oldest grand loved this book. Bright colors and easy and fun to read. We read it every night before she goes to bed. Now that she is in kindergarten this is a great way for her to work on her ABCs too. I am excited because this is also a book I plan to buy for my other daughter and 2 year old grand daughter D to start on her letters. So you can say this is for all ages and a fun way to learn your ABCs or reinforce them.

The second book include in the kindle version is ways a welcome PLUS!!!
  • Bliss
I've read quite a few of Gerald Hawksley's picture books and like the others this one is a lot of fun to read. Hawksley gives us a fun image and one sentence rhyme for each letter where within the sentence each featured alphabet letter is used as often as possible in the sentence. This is good for children to learn the various sounds that each letter of the alphabet can make. Obviously this book alone isn't going to teach them all there is to know about that, nor be the only book you'll use to learn the alphabet but it is a good contributor to the overall lesson. All the letters have a made up word (creature) who does things with the rest of the sentence including more normalised words. For example B is for Buzzlesnout who buzzes like a bee. The illustrations are well drawn and also include smaller animals or objects that also begin with the same letter as well as words pointing to those bonus images.

Simply a book that is lot of fun, even as a fun read for adults who already know their alphabet.
  • Painwind
What a joy in learning the ABC's with funny silly rhymes and illustrations that depicts cute monsters in a fun way. Each cute monster has their own letter in upper and lowercase, a rhyme that features the letter as well as extra words beginning with the letter showcased in each illustration.
As a bonus there are jokes and puzzles at the end to carry on with more fun and learning.
Great for beginning readers.
  • Froststalker
Cute and silly book for little kids! My 3 year old twins had fun reading it with me. I used it to work with their letters with them, and they had fun laughing at the monster and the other silly stuff. It's a cute book for kids who are learning their letters.
  • betelgeuze
Silly rhymes are every page for each letter of the alphabet. If your child is into monsters or tongue twisters, she will enjoy this book. Targeted for children from infancy to age five, there is a lot going on in each illustration, which makes it difficult for young children to follow. The kindle illustrations did not fill the page. The names of the monsters are made-up so there is not the benefit of object/name recognition. Children will laugh at the silly rhymes.
My little one really liked the bright pictures in Happy Animals, so when I saw this I thought, great ABCS and Monsters! This is a cute ABC book with each monsters name starting with a letter doing or having other things with that same letter in the picture. Simple concept, same nice bright pictures of monsters.
It's a fun quick read, and uses words that aren't always the first common association with that letter, (quiver and quilt, for example), which makes it unique for helping little ones with ABC words.