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Monster at the End of

Jon Stone

Monster at the End of

by Jon Stone

  • 32 Want to read
  • 21 Currently reading

Published by Golden Books Publishing Company .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fiction,
  • Monsters,
  • Puppets

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10354373M
    ISBN 100307603164
    ISBN 109780307603166
    OCLC/WorldCa642700439

      Grover tries to stop you from turning each page to delay reaching the monster at the end of the book. Typical Grover humour. It makes kids laugh while giving them (at least the first time) a little thrill about what might be at the end. It's not scary. It's Grover! And it's short, making it a favourite bedtime book/5(K). "Supernatural" The Monster at the End of This Book (TV Episode ) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.

    Product Information. 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.   On the cover of The Monster at the End of This Book Starring Lovable, Furry Old Grover, Grover breaks the narrative fourth wall and smiles and waves at the readers, a bit shyly, saying “Hello, everybodeee!”No mistaking that voice! Then the title page, which readers always turn past quickly, like Grover, who is already peeling back one corner of the illustrated page (drawn on the real paper.

      In this beautifully illustrated sequel to the much-loved classic The Monster at the End of This Book, Grover, now with pal Elmo by his side, has heard that there’s something lurking on the last page of the tries his best in all sorts of hilarious ways to Brand: Sesame Workshop. "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."


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Monster at the End of by Jon Stone Download PDF EPUB FB2

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. “Oh, I am so embarrassed,” he says on the last page for, of course, the monster is Grover himself.

This all-time favorite is now available as a Big/5. Generations of kids have interacted with lovable, furry old Grover as he begs the reader not to turn the page for a monster is at the end of the book. Oh, I am so embarrassed,” he says on the last page, for of course the monster is Grover himself.

From the Back Cover Many, many adults name this book as their favorite Little Golden Book/5(K). “The Monster at the End of This Book written by Jon Stone and illustrated by Michael Smollin and published as a Little Golden Book in Here Sesame Street 's Grover begs the reader not to turn the pages because it will bring him closer to the monster at book's end; Illustrator: Michael Smollin.

Directed by Mike Rohl. With Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Monster at the End of book Collins, Kurt Fuller. An author has been writing books about Sam and Dean since Sam and Dean try to figure out how he knows so much about them/10(K).

The Monster at the End of This Book enhances the classic Sesame Street book with completely immersive experiences that make children part of the story. Join lovable, furry old Grover. The Monster At The End Of This Book illustrated by Michael Smollin with pen, ink and dyes, published by Random House.

For younger toddlers, they may not "get" the end of the story (revealing that Grover himself is the monster at the end of the book), but the most fun is in the pages before anyway, the child turning the pages and Grover frantically trying to keep the child from doing so/5(K).

This Barnes & Noble Exclusive Edition of The Monster at the End of This Book includes a pull-out poster featuring the beloved Grover. Lovable, furry old Grover is distressed to learn that there's a monster at the end of this book. He begs readers not to turn the pages, but of course kids feel they just have to see this monster for : Sesame Workshop.

Monster at the End of This Book,The (Sesame Street) - Ebook written by Jon Stone. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.

Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Monster at the End of This Book,The (Sesame Street)/5(1K).

Free download or read online The Monster at the End of this Book pdf (ePUB) book. The first edition of the novel was published inand was written by Jon Stone. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of 32 pages and is available in Hardcover format/5.

The Monster at the End of This Book enhances the classic Sesame Street book with completely immersive experiences that make children part of the story. Join lovable, furry old Grover as he tries his very hardest to tie down pages and build brick walls—all to keep readers away from the monster at the end of this book/5(62).

One of the best-selling Sesame Street Little Golden Books, The Monster at the End of This Book was first published injust two years after the popular TV show made its. By contrast, the Monster demonstrates that he has learned a great deal over the course of the book. He has outgrown anger, envy and vengefulness.

He regrets what he has done. While Frankenstein dies feeling disturbed that the Monster is still alive, the Monster is reconciled to death: so much so that he intends to commit suicide.

Buy The Monster at the End of This Book (Sesame Street) (Big Bird's Favorites Board Books) Brdbk by Stone, Jon, Smollin, Michael J. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(K). Download Monsters at the End of This Book Bundle and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

‎The bundle price is a 25% savings off of the 2 apps bought individually. This is a bundle of TWO animated storybook apps, which will humorously help teach /5(14). The ending is so cute as well, when you find out that the monster grover was scared of at the end of the book is himself, he says "It's me.

Grover" and now both my daughters say that on their own as soon as I turn to the last page/5(K). There is a Monster at the bottom of this TV Tropes page. Grover: AHHH. Don't read this page, there's a scary monster at the end.

The Monster at the End of this Book is a classic Sesame Street picture book written by Jon Stone and illustrated by Mike Smollin.

It consists entirely of Grover pleading with the reader, more and more desperately, to stop reading the book — because he's read. Very Funny Book Another monster at the end of this book is a very Funny and Entertaining book with 2 entertaining Sesame Street characters.

It’s even better than the original (the original is still good but this ones better) Because More Characters, more 4th wall Breaks, and the Minigames are even better.4/5(40). The Monster at the End of This Book is THE bestselling Sesame Street Little Golden Book of all time.

Now available as a sturdy board book for boys and girls ages 0 to 3, it stars a frantic Grover trying in vain to prevent readers from turning the pages and finding the monster at the end of the book.5/5(1). The book is all about Grover seeing the book title and not wanting to see “the monster at the end of this book”.

Because it could be a mean or good monster and he doesn’t want to take the chance of it being a mean monster/5(K). The Monster at the End of This Book with Story Vision is a fun option and my kids have been enjoying watching the story play out. But, the real-deal book is just so much fun.

By the time you finish the book, your kids will be begging to read it again.It is more of an interactive book with Grover imploring the reader not to turn pages in order to avoid reaching the monster at the end of the book.

We ask our daughter each time if she wants to turn the page, she grins and says yes and we laugh at Grover's response on the following page. It is a quick enough read to be used with 2-year-olds but 5/5(1).

The cover of The Monster at the End of This Book shows a smiling Grover enthusiastically greeting the reader—who, unbeknownst to him, will soon become his tormentor—beneath a billboard displaying the book’s title and subtitle (Starring Lovable, Furry Old Grover).On the next page, we discover that he has done what no fictional character should do—looked at his own cover, which Author: David Burr Gerrard.