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Books with title Monster Mash

  • Monster! Monster!

    Raul E Castellano

    language (, Jan. 31, 2017)
    This feel good rhyming book shows children that there is nothing to be afraid of with monsters. Read along with your child in the book and see his reaction to the monster underneath the bed. Don't worry if you laugh out loud either. That just shows to your child how fun the book is. Monster! Monster! Lets read this book!
  • Monster Magic

    Louise Simonson, Dan Schoening

    Paperback (Capstone Press, Aug. 1, 2013)
    On remote island, scientists discover an exotic plant, which they hope will lead to a medical breakthrough. Instead, when they return to Washington, D.C., the rare fauna brings on a monstrous breakout. The sinister sorceress, CIRCE, attacks the city with her magical malice. Even WONDER WOMAN, the PRINCESS OF THE AMAZONS, can't escape her cruel charms.
  • Monster

    S.A. Cheetham

    language (, Sept. 9, 2018)
    What goes on down in the secret, underground basements of the mysterious institution where young Elise has recently started working? That is the question that plagues her as she and a friend, Mark, a hapless kitchen porter, explore and reveal the secrets of the deepest and darkest levels.Is there such as thing as a monster? Elise hopes to find out, but in doing so, will she unleash a force more sinister and terrifying than she can ever imagine? There can be no turning back once the cage is unlocked and Pandora's box is opened.
  • Monster

    Michael Rosen, Neal Layton

    language (Bloomsbury Children's Books, March 26, 2015)
    More mayhem from the four-legged narrator! When his pet human, Rover, goes to school, our canine hero thinks she is trapped against her will. He goes to the rescue, and when he sees her surrounded by monster masks, leaps to the wrong conclusion and to her rescue, with the usual chaotic consequences!A brilliant follow-up to bestselling Rover and Howler.Rover: 'Layton's wildly exuberant illustrations provide the perfect accompaniment to the four legged narrator's refreshing brand of humour' - GuardianHowler: 'A delight' Independent on SundayBrilliantly read by Michael Rosen. Please note that audio is not supported by all devices, please consult your user manual for confirmation.
  • Monster Mom

    Emma Gallo, Katya Swan

    eBook (, June 8, 2020)
    Monster MomA mom who occasionally turns into a monster.A magic phrase her kids use to turn her back.A terrible day, when the magic phrase stops working.A story about love, a monstrous mom and a lot of broccoli.For all the kids who have seen their parents turn into monsters, and for all the parents who have been known to lose their cool.
  • Monster Mas

    Heather Arabadjis, Pink Elephink

    Paperback (Dog Ear Publishing, LLC, Nov. 20, 2013)
    Monster Mas is getting ready to unleash his wrath on those who tease and taunt him. But before he goes "MAD," a few key people help him with some strategies to control his explosive temper. Be prepared to see Monster Mas change drastically throughout the story!
  • Monster

    C. Zablockis

    language (CZ Publishing, LLC, Dec. 28, 2013)
    Two thrilling short stories combined into one book. Lexi Greene's Dangerous Lesson a story about Lexi, a young girl gifted with paranormal abilities being stalked by a man eager to kill her, because he thinks she's a monster and Lexi Greene's Grim Awakening. A story about Lexi waking to discover she forgotten the past four months.It’s a prequel to My Watcher (The Zeuorian Series).
  • Mr. Monster

    Dan Wells

    Mass Market Paperback (Tor Books, March 27, 2012)
    I killed a demon. I don€™t know if it was really, technically a demon, but I do know that it was some kind of monster, with fangs and claws and the whole bit, and he killed a lot of people. So I killed him. I think it was the right thing to do. At least the killing stopped. Well, it stopped for a while. In I Am Not a Serial Killer, John Wayne Cleaver saved his town from a murderer even more appalling than the serial killers he obsessively studies, using his own repressed homicidal proclivities to even the odds. But it turns out even demons have friends, and the disappearance of one has brought another to Clayton County. Soon there are new victims for John to work on at the mortuary, and a new mystery to solve. But this time something€™s different. John has tasted death, and the dark nature he used as a weapon€”the terrifying persona he calls €œMr. Monster€€”might now be using him. No one in Clayton is safe unl
  • Monster Math

    Anne Miranda, Polly Powell

    Library Binding (Paw Prints 2008-04-25, April 25, 2008)
    One little monster waits for the first birthday guest to arrive. . . . There?s a knock on the door, and now there are two! Now three! Now four! The guests keep arriving until fifty partying monsters wreak havoc and Monster Mom decides that enough is enough. The partygoers reluctantly depart until just that one little monster remains--after the best birthday party ever. Little ones can learn counting and basic math concepts while they?re laughing over the rollicking rhymes and hilarious, energetic illustrations.
  • Monster Mazes

    Kim Blundell, Jenny Tyler

    Paperback (Edc Pub, March 1, 1994)
    Young readers help Cat and Mouse find their way through a series of mazes when their "Mystery Weekend for Two" turns out to be a visit to a hotel inhabited by fearsome monsters
  • Monster

    Christopher Pike

    Paperback (HODDER CHILDREN'S BOOKS, March 15, 1993)
    After her best friend is arrested for gunning down two people at a party, Mary Carlson investigates the jailed woman's claims that her victims were actually monsters. By the author of Master of Murder. Original.
  • Monster

    Sydney Wentworth

    language (, Oct. 15, 2016)
    Malcolm is a monster. Unfortunately, he has grown weary of spending his days causing mischief and breaking the rules. Malcolm longs for a good adventure. The number of possibilities is thrilling. There is exploring the moon and distant planets. Maybe, finding a long, lost buried treasure is always exciting. Of course, exploring uncharted territory or overcoming a fear would be a worthy pursuit. Where will the journey take Malcolm?