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Where did all these monsters come from? The closet, the basement, under the bed, the outhouse, even the school furnace room! But mostly, they came from a healthy imagination, just like yours! Using a patented system of made-up facts and educated guesses, Everything I Know About Monsters reveals all the gory details about creatures of creepiness: what they eat (dirty sock Where did all these monsters come from? The closet, the basement, under the bed, the outhouse, even the school furnace room! But mostly, they came from a healthy imagination, just like yours! Using a patented system of made-up facts and educated guesses, Everything I Know About Monsters reveals all the gory details about creatures of creepiness: what they eat (dirty socks), what's in their brains (not much), and how to scare them out of the basement (stand at the top of the stairs, bang pots and pans together, and yell very loudly). So turn on all the lights in the house and get comfortable. You're about to learn so much about monsters, it's scary!


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Where did all these monsters come from? The closet, the basement, under the bed, the outhouse, even the school furnace room! But mostly, they came from a healthy imagination, just like yours! Using a patented system of made-up facts and educated guesses, Everything I Know About Monsters reveals all the gory details about creatures of creepiness: what they eat (dirty sock Where did all these monsters come from? The closet, the basement, under the bed, the outhouse, even the school furnace room! But mostly, they came from a healthy imagination, just like yours! Using a patented system of made-up facts and educated guesses, Everything I Know About Monsters reveals all the gory details about creatures of creepiness: what they eat (dirty socks), what's in their brains (not much), and how to scare them out of the basement (stand at the top of the stairs, bang pots and pans together, and yell very loudly). So turn on all the lights in the house and get comfortable. You're about to learn so much about monsters, it's scary!

52 review for Everything I Know About Monsters: A Collection of Made-up Facts, Educated Guesses, and Silly Pictures about Creatures of Creepiness

  1. 5 out of 5

    Krysta

    Loved how this took humor and creativity to inspire more imagination in its reader.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Trisha Carter

    Clever and funny, but unfortunately uses some language I don't like to encourage. Clever and funny, but unfortunately uses some language I don't like to encourage.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Monster

    On the first page of Everything I Know about Monsters, author Lichtenheld admits that there are no such things as monsters outside of the ones created by our imagination. He then proceeds to give us a tour of the various monsters from his imagination. Lichtenheld’s creatures are commonplace monsters- the monster under the bed, the monster in the closet, and the various monsters in the basement. Lichtenheld’s guide makes them relatively harmless and easy to get rid of. The illustrations are light On the first page of Everything I Know about Monsters, author Lichtenheld admits that there are no such things as monsters outside of the ones created by our imagination. He then proceeds to give us a tour of the various monsters from his imagination. Lichtenheld’s creatures are commonplace monsters- the monster under the bed, the monster in the closet, and the various monsters in the basement. Lichtenheld’s guide makes them relatively harmless and easy to get rid of. The illustrations are light, humorous, and complementary to the text. Everything I Know about Monsters will be a favorite of small children for its illustrations, and the humorous text (and gross-out factor) will also appeal to older elementary students, especially boys, looking a fun monster book.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Heidi-Marie

    A perfect book for school-age children with great imaginations and good senses of humor. A couple of parts that may be over their head, but they won't let it stop them. The humor in Lichtenheld's books increases if you know to look for a laugh in basically everything on the page. Because I have never failed to find it everywhere, and I believe that's why I enjoy his work so much. Too long for a storytime of any age, and probably a preferred read-alone for the older child. I believe some of the h A perfect book for school-age children with great imaginations and good senses of humor. A couple of parts that may be over their head, but they won't let it stop them. The humor in Lichtenheld's books increases if you know to look for a laugh in basically everything on the page. Because I have never failed to find it everywhere, and I believe that's why I enjoy his work so much. Too long for a storytime of any age, and probably a preferred read-alone for the older child. I believe some of the humor in a couple of Lichtenheld's books would not be as funny to the older child if an adult was reading it to them.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Andrea Davis

    In this book the author describes the wide variety of monsters only after stating that monsters aren't real and that they only exist in our imaginations. It's a very cool book with amazing illustrations that are a lot to look at. The pages are somewhat long, a better read for around the 3rd grade level. It's a very original book and has a lot of humor that kids would love. In this book the author describes the wide variety of monsters only after stating that monsters aren't real and that they only exist in our imaginations. It's a very cool book with amazing illustrations that are a lot to look at. The pages are somewhat long, a better read for around the 3rd grade level. It's a very original book and has a lot of humor that kids would love.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Samantha

    An imaginative guide to all types of monsters. A lengthy picture book full of diagrams best decribes this book. A great read for independent readers, especially those who are creative as the author ends with an invitation to create your own monster creations by including a monster name generator. Grades 2-4.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Ms Threlkeld

    Clever approach to monsters that will appeal to 2nd-4th graders. The pages are packed with text, which may overwhelm struggling readers, but the illustrations are so detailed that kids could "read" those and still enjoy the book immensely. Could be used as part of a writing activity where kids create and describe their own monster. Clever approach to monsters that will appeal to 2nd-4th graders. The pages are packed with text, which may overwhelm struggling readers, but the illustrations are so detailed that kids could "read" those and still enjoy the book immensely. Could be used as part of a writing activity where kids create and describe their own monster.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Robin Raines-Bond

    I really liked this "collection of made-up facts, educated guesses, and silly pictures about creatures of creepiness". This boy has a HUGE imagination. A truly fun read. I really liked this "collection of made-up facts, educated guesses, and silly pictures about creatures of creepiness". This boy has a HUGE imagination. A truly fun read.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Marta-Kate Jackson

    Great read aloud for school aged kids with tons of detailed illustrations that will have them finding something new each time it's read and shared. Great read aloud for school aged kids with tons of detailed illustrations that will have them finding something new each time it's read and shared.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Deborah

    Fun book that seems like it could prompt imaginative thinking about the topic--what other kinds of monsters are there? And what are they like? Where do they live? etc. Lively voice.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Finny

    Mommy says: Loved it, esp. the part where you combine words from 3 columns to make up new monster names, such as the hairy-lipped parent.

  12. 4 out of 5

    David

    This is very similar to his other "Everything think I know about . . ." books--excellent voice and wonderful imagination. This is very similar to his other "Everything think I know about . . ." books--excellent voice and wonderful imagination.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jill

  14. 4 out of 5

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  15. 5 out of 5

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