The Monster at the End of This Book

The Monster at the End of This Book

Book - 2004
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Grover attempts to persuade the reader not to reach the end of the book where there is a monster.
Publisher: New York : Golden Books, 2004, c1999.
Edition: First Big Little Golden Book edition
ISBN: 9780375929137
0375929134
Branch Call Number: JP Stone 3701wd 2
JP Stone 3701wo 2
JP Stone 3701ga 3
JP Stone 3701ir 3
JP Stone 3701ma 2
Characteristics: 1 volumes (unpaged) : color illustrations
Additional Contributors: Smollin, Michael

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GCPL_EarlyLit Oct 23, 2017

So much drama, so much tension! I could barely stand it as a child. Maybe that's why it's now one of my favorite storytime reads of all time.

VaughanPLSarahN Feb 07, 2017

I once, pretentiously described this book as a "brilliant postmodern piece," and I stand by my opinion. Grover maintains his lovable, furry old, melodramatic tendencies as he fights to keep his reader from turning the page so we can all avoid the dreaded monster at the end of the book prophesied by the title. Wow, he makes me melodramatic too.

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BridgettM
Aug 10, 2016

This is a must-read classic for young children and their parents/caregivers. I've read many Sesame Street books, and this one is the best and most memorable.

vpl_childrens Dec 08, 2015

For ages 3-5. Furry old Grover begs the reader not to turn the pages because there’s a monster at the end of the book. Don’t be afraid, however, as the monster is none other than Grover himself.

send2china20 Apr 23, 2015

My 6 month old holds his cookie monster plush toy while I read this book to him. Its fun!

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danicap
Jul 01, 2014

this book is suitable for all ages and fun to read

lilmisslibrary Apr 07, 2011

My all time favourite book from my childhood - and still love to read it to my son. Classic.

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theresa
Apr 28, 2010

Kids will love helping to turn the pages of this fun book. This should become a storytime favourite.

sit_walk Sep 07, 2009

Hilarious! And, as a parent reading it out loud, there's lots of opportunity for crazy voices and volume.

Grover Aug 06, 2009

A great storytime book, with a very simple audience (repeated) participation opportunity!

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