Harry and the Monster

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Publisher: Little Tiger Press

On Monday night Harry has a bad dream about a scary monster. He shouts in his sleep and wakes everyone up. Mum tells him to imagine the monster has pink pants on his head - but Harry still wakes everyone up on Tuesday.

Dad suggests he dreams of the monster stuck in jelly. Mum tells Harry to tickle him with a feather. But it's no good. Harry is still frightened of the monster and wakes everyone up.

On Friday night Harry dreams the monster was told off by a Cross Mum. Suddenly, he doesn't look so scary anymore and Harry sleeps all through the night!

A warm, funny book about dealing with night-time fears, with bright, bold text and illustrations.

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