Introduction:Is your child scared of bedtime monsters? Does she think they hide in the closet or lurk under her bed? If so, check out these monster books that help children conquer their bedtime fears.
Leonardo is a terrible monster. No matter how hard he tries, he can't scare anyone. Then he sees the perfect, most scaredy-cat boy to scare. Will Leonard finally become a good monster?
Albert the monster has a problem. He's scared of little boys and girls. He's terrified they hide under his bed and in his closet while he sleeps.
Sesame Street's Grover is scared of monsters. He knows there's a monster at the end of the book so begs and pleads with the readers to stop reading the book. An enjoyable surprise awaits him when he finds out who the monster at the end of the book is.
As you turn the pages, bright yellow eyes, scary teeth, horns, and more appear. When the monster's fully formed, readers yell, "You don't scare me! So go away!" One by one, the monster's scary facial features disappear.
Every night, the little boy cowers under his covers hiding from the monsters in his closet. One night he decides to fight back and ends up scaring the monster.
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