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Seven Little Monsters

Seven Little Monsters Seven monsters make trouble for the villagers

  • Title: Seven Little Monsters
  • Author: Maurice Sendak
  • ISBN: 9780064431392
  • Page: 367
  • Format: Paperback
  • Seven monsters make trouble for the villagers.

    • ê Seven Little Monsters || ☆ PDF Read by ↠ Maurice Sendak
      367 Maurice Sendak
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      Posted by:Maurice Sendak
      Published :2018-08-25T21:30:27+00:00

    1 thought on “Seven Little Monsters

    1. Not gonna lie, I expected the book to be longer! I grew up watching the Tv Show and always wanted to read the book that inspired it all. Well, I read it, and it wasn't bad, but I just can't help feeling a little disappointed. Great if your child only knows how to count to seven!

    2. Who doesn't love a good monster book? I'm not sure which came first, this little counting book or Where the Wild Things are but surely there must be some correlation. The drawings seem hastily done in pen and colored pencil. The paper is rough and an odd shape. All of these factors coalesce to make it seem as though Sendak sketched these out on napkins during a meal. Who knows. Anyway, I like monsters (remember making those folded pictures where each person draws a different part?). I think the [...]

    3. What is really strange about this book is I wrote a poem very similar to the "story" as a second (?) grader. But I think mine was about penguins. Whatever they were, I also wrote that one of them "just screwed off his head." Weird, right? Anyway, this was one of the reference books I went all the way down to the Central Library to read. I think it was altogether worth it.

    4. A fun quick counting book. Aiden really liked it, but be prepared to read it 10 times in a row. After all, it doesn't take long to count to 7!

    5. Strange, but fun (pretty much what you'd expect from Maurice Sendak). I liked the little people trying to shoot cannons at the monsters.

    6. This book seems like an afterthought of "Where The Wild Things Are". The illustrations are on tiny sheets of paper and seem little more than sketches. I was pretty disappointed with this.

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