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Books with author Jon Stone

  • Sesame Street: Another Monster at the End of This Book: An Interactive Adventure

    Jon Stone

    Hardcover (SFI Readerlink Dist, Sept. 4, 2018)
    Come along with Grover and Elmo to find the Monster at the End of this fun, interactive refresh of the classic storybook!Grover is back in Another Monster at the End of This Book—joined this time by Elmo, who won’t stop at all of the ways Grover tries to keep him from turning the page. This interactive refresh of the classic Sesame Street story joins your two favorite monsters with lift-the-flaps and sliders for wonderful story time fun. Kids will delight in helping Elmo turn each page to discover who the monster really is!2018 National Parenting Product Awards Winner Tom Brannon’s illustrations are based on original artwork by Mike Smollin © 2018 Sesame Workshop®, Sesame Street®, and associated characters, trademarks, and design elements are owned and licensed by Sesame Workshop. All rights reserved.
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  • Would You Like to Play Hide & Seek in This Book With Lovable Furry Old Grover?

    Jon Stone

    Paperback (Random House, March 15, 1976)
    Illus. in full color. Engage kids in funny dialogue with Grover in this book just right for story-hour.
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  • SSAT & ISEE Vocabulary

    J Stone

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, March 23, 2017)
    SSAT (Middle) & ISEE (Middle/Lower) Vocabulary Helping you learn hundreds of words quickly with; Fun Cartoons, Synonyms/Antonyms & Sentences for EACH Word! To improve your memory you must increase the number and variety of your mental associations.When you learn new words, make sure you learn them in a context.It is far easier to remember a picture than an abstract concept. So the trick to remember an abstract word, is to turn it into a picture. And….. It is much easier to picture a sentence rather than picture a word in isolation.When you create the picture, make sure it meets one or more of the following criteria so that it ‘sticks’.OUT OF PROPORTION - In all your images, try to distort size and shape. You can imagine things much larger than their normal size or conversely, microscopically small.SUBSTITUTION - You could visualise footballers kicking a television around a football pitch instead of a football, or pens growing on a tree instead of leaves. Substituting an out of place item in an image increases the probability of recall.EXAGGERATION - Try to picture a very large quantity in your images.MOVEMENT - Any movement or action is always easy to remember.HUMOUR - The funnier, more absurd and zany you can make your images, the more memorable they will be.Applying multiple combination of these five principles when forming your images will help make your mental associations truly outstanding and memorable.At first, you may find that you need to consciously apply one or more of the five principles in order to make your pictures sufficiently ludicrous. After a little practice however, you should find that applying the principles becomes an automatic and natural process. Some UNIQUE features of this book; -All the hard work done for you. Over 200 words converted into pictures utilizing the concepts above!-Focus on words likely to appear in the SSAT (Middle) & ISEE (Middle/Lower) Exams-Synonyms/Antonyms and Sentences for EACH word- Over 1500 high frequency SSAT/ISEE words in total!!
  • Another Monster At the End of This Book

    Jon Stone

    Paperback (Golden ooks, Aug. 16, 1996)
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  • SSAT & ISEE Vocabulary II

    J Stone

    Paperback (Independently published, June 3, 2019)
    SSAT (Middle/Elementary) & ISEE (Middle/Lower) Vocabulary II This is the second volume of the bestselling “SSAT & ISEE Vocabulary” book and has been written due to the strong demand from students, teachers and parents. Helping you learn hundreds of words quickly with; Fun Cartoons, Synonyms/Antonyms & Sentences for EACH Word! To improve your memory you must increase the number and variety of your mental associations.When you learn new words, make sure you learn them in a context.It is far easier to remember a picture than an abstract concept. So the trick to remember an abstract word, is to turn it into a picture. And….. It is much easier to picture a sentence rather than picture a word in isolation.When you create the picture, make sure it meets one or more of the following criteria so that it ‘sticks’.OUT OF PROPORTION - In all your images, try to distort size and shape. You can imagine things much larger than their normal size or conversely, microscopically small.SUBSTITUTION - You could visualise footballers kicking a television around a football pitch instead of a football, or pens growing on a tree instead of leaves. Substituting an out of place item in an image increases the probability of recall.EXAGGERATION - Try to picture a very large quantity in your images.MOVEMENT - Any movement or action is always easy to remember.HUMOUR - The funnier, more absurd and zany you can make your images, the more memorable they will be.Applying multiple combination of these five principles when forming your images will help make your mental associations truly outstanding and memorable.At first, you may find that you need to consciously apply one or more of the five principles in order to make your pictures sufficiently ludicrous. After a little practice however, you should find that applying the principles becomes an automatic and natural process. Some UNIQUE features of this book; -All the hard work done for you. Over 200 words converted into pictures utilizing the concepts above!-Focus on words likely to appear in the SSAT (Middle) & ISEE (Middle/Lower) Exams-Synonyms/Antonyms and Sentences for EACH word- Over 1500 high frequency SSAT/ISEE words in total!
  • Lovable Furry Old Grover's Resting Places by Jon Stone

    Jon Stone

    Paperback (Random House Books for Young Readers, March 15, 1833)
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  • The Monster at the End of This Book

    Jon Stone

    Hardcover (Random House Books for Young Readers, July 27, 1999)
    Starring loveable, furry old Grover!What did that say? On the cover, what did that say? Did that say there will be a monster at the end of this book? IT DID? Oh, I am so scared of monsters!!!
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  • Monster at the End of

    Jon Stone

    Hardcover (Golden Books Publishing Company, Dec. 16, 1971)
    A little Golden Book, 1971. Hardcover,
  • The Monster at the End of This Book

    Jon Stone

    Hardcover (Golden Books, Aug. 11, 1997)
    By all accounts, this book is a favorite among toddlers and adults alike. Generations will recall their first time reading along as lovable, furry old Grover begs the reader not to turn the page . . . for a monster is at the end of the book! But, of course, the monster is none other than Grover himself. A classic, not to be missed.
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  • The Monster at the End of This Book: Sesame Street

    Jon Stone

    Hardcover (Random House Inc, Aug. 16, 2007)
    Many, many adults name this book as their favorite Little Golden Book. Generations of kids have interacted with lovable, furry old Grover as he begs the reader not to turn the page--for fear of a monster at the end of the book. Full color.
  • Another Monster at the End of This Book

    Jon Stone

    Hardcover (Random House Books for Young Readers, July 27, 1999)
    Grover worries about getting closer to the monster at the end of the book, but Elmo can't wait to see him
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  • The Monster at the End of This Book

    Jon Stone

    Hardcover (Random House Books for Young Readers Jun-27-2000, Aug. 16, 2000)
    The Monster at the End of This Book (Sesame Street) [ The Monster at the End of This Book (Sesame Street) by Stone, Jon ( Author ) Hardcover Jun- 2000 ] Hardcover Jun- 27- 2000