This is a cute book reminiscent of Dr.Suess. The pictures give me The Monster Inc, and The Lorax vibes with the vibrant colors. This has more British lingo in it but could be used Language Arts classes to teach many things (rhyming words, onomatopoeias, verbs, etc.) in a fun way.
It is about a boy who sees monsters in the dark. He realizes that there’s nothing to be afraid of when it’s just his dad when he turns on the light.
Thank you NetGalley for this copy in exchange for my honest review.
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