Another Monster at the End of This Book #2020

Another Monster at the End of This Book Jon Stone Michael J. Smollin Michael Smollin Another Monster at the End of This Book In this sequel furry old Grover is still fearful of monsters and he learns that there s another one at the end of this book Just who is the monster at the end of this book

  • Title: Another Monster at the End of This Book
  • Author: Jon Stone Michael J. Smollin Michael Smollin
  • ISBN: 9780375805622
  • Page: 430
  • Format: Board Book
  • Another Monster at the End of This Book Jon Stone Michael J. Smollin Michael Smollin In this sequel, furry old Grover is still fearful of monsters and he learns that there s another one at the end of this book Just who is the monster at the end of this book
    Another Monster at the End of This Book Jon Stone Michael J. Smollin Michael Smollin

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    1. Why did I hate this book Is it because it matches the comedy beats of the brilliant original, adding nothing No.Is it because it cynically adds that treacly red git Elmo for no purpose No.What is it Just before the end, Grover and Elmo have this idiotic back and forth no, you argument that takes up the entire page spread.How does it end Grover shuts it down with a dismissive whatever What word, in what tone, did my son pick up, catapulting him directly to a world weary teenagerhood some nine yea [...]

    2. This is a sequel to The Monster at the End of This Book , and, sadly, I don t really like it much It is not bad, per se, but the same joke as the earlier book, done less well.

    3. Well, unlike its deeply philosophical predecessor, this one left me wanting I guess one could make an argument that the ongoing push and pull argument between the furry protagonists is representative of the child like id fighting against the developing superego that will soon supplant it Or, perhaps, it is a deeper look into the value of sometimes allowing the id to take control because those imagined monsters that the superego sees everywhere never actually existed Or, well, it might be about G [...]

    4. My mom picked out this book at the library She remembers reading the little golden book, The Monster at the End of This Book, at her grandma s house when she was a kid She thought I would like this book, and she was right She read it in silly Grover and Elmo voices I made her read it to me over and over again It was really funny Grover is afraid that there might be a scary monster with an attitude at the end of the book, but curious Elmo wants to see the monster.

    5. Read my full review at PerfectlyTolerableThis book only gets a 4 because it is pretty much exactly like the first book except its got Elmo in it I like the original better This one is still good by itself, because I still love the idea and it is clever, but it loses a star for not being unique.

    6. My son loves the first book, so it s good that they expanded the series to give the kids , but I m not sure Elmo was the way to go with this It s okay Just okay 2 STARS

    7. I recently read The Monster at the End of this Book because it was my husband s favorite childhood story For Christmas, I bought Another Monster at the End of This Book for my husband Again, the characters illustrated mannerisms are adorable, and I like how Elmo has no fear

    8. of course, i didn t expect this to be as good as its predecessor, but i also didn t expect it to be SO disappointing.

    9. Although I love the first Monster at the End of This Book book, this sequel really bugs me Why Well, in the first book, it s like Grover is interacting with the reader Grover s too scared of monsters to go to the end of the book, and tries to keep you from turning pages, which of course you do anyway And when you do, you as a reader or the child involved in the reading can feel brave and like a helper to your silly scaredy cat friend Grover In the sequel, however, the interaction shifts to Grove [...]

    10. PB 7 I thought this book was great Elmo is one of my favorite Sesame Street characters and I m glad he made an appearance in the book I enjoyed how the text itself expressed emotion The text got larger when Grover was upset or worried, and smaller or even wiggly when he was scared or pleading with Elmo Not to turn the page Those kind of readig cues are fantastic for characterization and can really bring emotion to the story On a second note can I just say the illustrations are fantastic Simple a [...]

    11. The illustrations in the picturebook app look almost three dimensional This book app is similar to the first app, but I know that many children are drawn to seeing Elmo in this story in addition to Grover The characters talk with speech bubbles in a variety of fonts The fonts change depending on emphasis, and MONSTER is capitalized in purple to draw attention to it Grover and Elmo not only talk to each other, but they also speak to the reader In order to turn each page and see what happens at th [...]

    12. I m not a fan of Elmo a little cutesy ala Jar Jar Binks for my liking.This is a sequel that never needed to be made 5 stars for the orignal The Monster at the End of this Book to 1 star for this terrible effort.If it were a stand alone book is would have got The joke is exactly the same as the original but if it were new to you it d be funny The implementation was basically the same so again pretty good But really this was a typical merchandising decision to attempt to get the character of the [...]

    13. Elmo and Grover are at it again Grover is afraid of a scary monster at the end of the book and is surprised by who it actually is The illustrations for this book are very simple I find it interesting that Elmo s name is red, because that color suggests caution and danger, which is Elmo continuing to tell the reader to turn the page Grover s name is in blue which suggests calm and peace, and Grover is timid and scared of what there is at the end of the book My favorite part of the book is the in [...]

    14. I dislike this book because It s just a remake of The monster at the end of this book with Elmo thrown in In the first one if felt like Grover was talking and interacting with you In this one The book doesn t need you, it s got Elmo Congratulations, Elmo Stole your job readers.Some little ones and a few big ones will love it just because it has Elmo, and yes he acts in character so I see no reason for them to have anything against this title And Grover acts the exact same way he did in The Monst [...]

    15. I really didn t like this one as much as the first To me the animation was not as good, Grover didn t try as hard, and Elmo was a little Bossy Turn the page, or Do it The Elmo characterization was good, I could hear Elmo saying Yes Mr Grover, or Elmo wants to see the monster So in that respect it was good If you have not read this book, I recommend doing so, as well as reading the first.Here s some links to read them, since they are hard to find The Monster At the End of this Book smollin michae [...]

    16. I thought that this was a wonderfully creative and worthy sequel to one of the best loved Little Golden Books that has ever been written, There s a Monster at the End of This Book Playing off of the charm of that first volume while introducing some humorous new twists, the writer illustrator team of Jon Stone and Michael Smollin has created something very memorable in this book The language was noticeably contemporized from the first book, but I really didn t mind that, and my overall view of th [...]

    17. Another classic I used to hate Elmo with a passionhe got all the focus and attention, stealing it away from my favorite monster Grover The first book was awesome why did they have to spin another one just to get Elmo in the picture.Nowadays, I have a daughter who loves Elmo And I guess he s kinda grown onto me So now I guess I don t mind this book as much After all, maybe it ll have the opposite effect kids who are mainly into Elmo might discover the wonderful greatness of Ole Blue Fur.You must, [...]

    18. Kid s Review I want the other one again Mom s Translation He liked it, but he likes Grover better than Elmo We have both in app form on the iPad so he is acquainted with each in their interactive forms He was happy to see it s also a book and asked me to read it even though he has it memorized, whereas when he saw I d gotten The Monster at the End of this Book, in book form he snatched it and read it himself.

    19. PB 8This book was a fun read It would make a good read aloud for children in kindergarden or even preschool The way Grover and Elmo try to persuade the reader whether or not to turn the pages on the book are so funny Elmo was so cute He ws simply curious to see the monster at the end of the book where as Grover had no intention of finding out what was at the end Reading this book to kids will also make them want to know who the monster at the end of the book is and they will have fun while being [...]

    20. Another Monster at the End of the Book by Jon Stone illustrated by Michael Smollin.I think was trying to teach a lesson about people that are scared of things.Shouldn t worry to much because maybe its something that you shouldn t really be scared of.In this book a monster called Mr.Grover was scared to go to the end of the book and he tried to stop Elmo from turning the book pages even thought he tried he failed.I like this book because its funny and kinda fun to read.I would recomed this book t [...]

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