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  • Jessica Montigny Mullen

    Great kids' book! I Need My Monster by Amanda Noll: The perfect balance of giggles and shivers, this picture book relies on the power of humor over fear, appeals to a child’s love for creatures both alarming and absurd, and glorifies the scope of a child’s imagination... #Books #Kids

  • Caroline Miels

    I Need My Monster [Hardcover], (monsters, childrens books, monsters under beds, bedtime story, childrens books monsters, fiction, picture book, adventure, bedtime, halloween)

  • Nikki Clotfelter

    Read this book without showing the pictures and have the students draw the monsters using inference Great ideas for 2nd grade!

  • Chelsea Parker

    The Kids LOVE it when I read this! Such a cute one! I Need My Monster by Amanda Noll: The perfect balance of giggles and shivers, this picture book relies on the power of humor over fear, appeals to a child’s love for creatures both alarming and absurd, and glorifies the scope of a child’s imagination... #Books #Kids

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