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9 Books With Monsters
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Blossom, a colorful one-eyed monster, is terrified of the noises she hears above her bed. She eventually meets her biggest fear and soon realizes that Ivy, the girl sleeping in the bed above hers, is not a monster -- she's actually a friend. The book asks readers to consider what monsters would think about them. An adorable story about building courage, facing fears, and perspective.
An adorable story about a little girl explaining why she does not like bedtime. Her reasonings include the fact that bedtime is boring and you have to do so many chores before going to sleep. Her monster friends offer her a different perspective by explaining why sleep is important and good for you. Overtime she realizes just how much she loves sleep and begins to describe the dreams and adventures she has while sleeping. The book ends with some cool sleep facts.
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