Monstersaurus

(1 reviews with an average rating of 5 out of 5)

Publisher: Simon & Schuster Children's Books

Review

Monty is an ambitious young scientist, but his inventions don’t always work – his walking toaster runs away and his robot goes beserk... Then he comes across an invention instruction manual, and starts mixing slime with socks, jelly with cheese, beans and bellybutton fluff. With a whoosh, poof and kapow, he creates different THINGS, until he finally produces Monstersaurus. Monstersaurus is big and hairy, but is he scary? His methods for frightening away other monsters are somewhat unconventional!

This introductory book to a new series from the creators of the Aliens Love Underpants is perfect for capturing the imagination of fans of The Gruffalo.

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