Romp along with parent and child yetis, werewolves, giant lizards, and more as they stir up some monster-sized fun! Readers big and small, young and old, wild and tame, will roar with laughter and take this book by the horns, teeth, and fur…discovering that monsters and humans aren’t so different—especially in the ways they love each other.
The illustrations will make you think all monsters are adorable. :) This book is great for Halloween, but it’s a bedtime book and the story of a parent and child, so it’s applicable all year long. The book includes a variety of different monsters, though sensitive readers might get scared by some of the them.
Despite having monsters in the title, this is a rather gentle going to bed book. I enjoyed the author’s incorporation of language such as “chase you into bed” and “gobbled down a snack” that shows a tender side of fatherhood while still reminding you of their monster side.
Joey Chou is an animator and illustrator. He has worked as a visual development artist on feature animated films and television, including Kung Fu Panda, and illustrated Disney’s Finding Nemo: Nemo’s Day Off. His picture books include Ruby’s Chinese New Year, written by Vicki Lee. He lives in Los Angeles. joeychouart.com