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  • BeachbumAggie

    Memories! This was Lee's FAVORITE book when he was a little boy, we read it to him a million times! The Monster At The End Of This Book, Grover, Sesame Street

  • Devan Tyler

    The Monster at The End of This Book.. My favorite childhood book, I made my mom read to me almost everynight

  • Lana Burchfiel

    The Monster at the End of This Book (Sesame Street) children's book. When I taught preschool, this was their favorite book!

  • Rebecca Griffin

    This was my favorite book growing up. Gotta start reading it to Little Man since he loves all the Sesame Street characters.

  • Regan

    The Monster at the End of this Book by Jon Stone - I remember this book from my childhood and it's just as great today as it was then #books #reading #children

  • Kim Agnew

    Interesting blog on kids' books. My mom read this book to me over and over when I was little.There's a monster at the end of this book!

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