It's time for bed, and Monster needs to go to sleep. But he just keeps finding more things to stay awake for It isn't until Monster admits he is afraid of the dark that he finds a glowing solution to his nighttime problem. In this playful, rhyming story, Monster shows young readers that, with a little help from a friend, the dark isn't that scary after all.
About the Author
Paul Czajak got an F with the words "get a tutor" on his college writing paper and, after that, he never thought he'd become a writer. But after spending twenty years as a chemist, he knew his creativity could no longer be contained. Paul lives in New Jersey with his wife and two little monsters. In addition to the Monster & Me(TM) series, he's also the author of Seaver the Weaver, a contributor to The Huffington Post, and a reviewer for The New York Journal of Books. Wendy Grieb is a professional working in the Los Angeles animation industry and teaching animation. She is also an Annie Award-winning storyboard artist, who has worked as a developmental artist, illustrator, and character designer for companies such as Disney, Nickelodeon, Sony, Klasky-Csupo, White Wolf, and more. She lives in Yorba Linda, California.
Praise For Monster Needs His Sleep (Monster & Me)…
"Featuring an endearing character children will adore, this imaginative book will be hard to put down . . . even at bedtime!" Sudipta Bardhan-Quallen, author of Pirate Princess and Chicks Run Wild
"I loved Monster Needs His Sleep the perfect book for calming any night-fearing little monster." Paul Howard, illustrator of The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark
Monster Needs a Costume testimonials: "The bouncy rhymes and childlike enthusiasm of the monster in this storyplus his silly ultimate costume decisionare sure to get young kids giggling." Brian Lies, author of Bats at the Ball Game
"...this is a book worth picking up. ...So watch your tails, Elephant and Piggie! Look out, Fancy Nancy! Keep your head down, Pete the Cat! There’s a new Monster (and me) in town!" Off the Library Shelf