Georgie loves his afternoon snack of animal crackers and make his imagination run free. When he leaves his room, the animal crackers escape and the mystery begins. He and his older brother go searching for his animal crackers and why they keep getting away. A children’s illustrated picture book, mystery, featuring shapes of animal crackers.
A story about bullying that takes place under the sea. Can a great white shark and a killer whale be friends, even though they look very different? Gehru (ghay-roo) is the bully of his school until he meets Jorka (York-ah) the Orca. That’s when Gehru learns not everything you hear about others is always true and it can be more fun to get to know someone, than judge others unfairly. A story about making friends, anti bullying and differences
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One evening Bobby confessed that he is afraid to sleep in his bed. It is a quite often situation for little kids. Bobby’s Mom treats with understanding to his feelings and peculiarly calms him. She makes up a story that makes her son smile and ready to sleep.
What is this story about? Just start to read, and you’ll find out!
Bobby and the Monsters is a fun and charming book with rich rhymes and delightful illustrations. It will have your little ones giggling and leave them ready for peaceful dreams.
What people are saying about this funny and colorful book:
“What a fun way to deal with “monsters!” These are bright and colorful and quite entertaining. They have such sweet, lovable personalities and will go a long way to making monsters funny and playful.” —Rose
“I am very impressed with this book. I like how Bobby was able to keep his feelings while his mother put some humor into the tale. This book not only validates children, but it also puts a whole new perspective on the age old fear of monsters.” — Lady Lilith
“The story is so light-hearted and perfect for a bedtime story. My kids really like books about monsters, so this book was perfect for them. They thought the names of the monsters were so funny and would giggle each time I read the name of the monsters. As a mom, I really liked how it gave each monster a job, and they weren’t to scare little Bobby. This is a book that my kids will be asking to listen to me read quite a lot in the future.” — Kendra