Feast for the Beast

| December 22, 2017

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A little snack turns into a big problem for a friendly werewolf. Read along as he attempts to make things right and save the holiday from being ruined.

Practice counting and encourage selfless friendship with the ascending and descending pages of different numbers of snacks. Feast for the Beast is a full rhyming story for kids. Each four line stanza has an accompanying illustration with depictions of the monsters, foods, and cute groups of living fruitcakes. Enjoy this holiday story that perfect for both Christmas and Thanksgiving. And Kraken day, of course! A full course of corn, green beans, cranberry sauce, ham, turkey, fruitcakes, tomb-scones, Slender-Tenders, pumpkin pie, grave goblets, witch’s brew party punch, and fun awaits!

Christmas is here! All the monsters are gathered for a feast. Felipe Femur the skeleton, Sunny Stoker the vampire, Runny Rotten the witch, and Gummy Garou the werewolf are celebrating the winter season together. Cozy in Gummy the toothless werewolf’s crescent moon home, they’re ready for lots of good food. While the turkey cooks, everyone enjoys the holiday parade and a Loch Ness pop-star concert on TV. Everyone except for the beast Gummy. He’s too hungry to wait and sneaks off for a little snack. Just a little one. A little turns into a lot and Gummy finds himself in a tough situation. Read along as he attempts to make things right and save the holiday from being ruined.

An illustrated Thanksgiving and Christmas picture book for kids.

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