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The Monster in the Closet
By Eric Klug
Publisher Red Cygnet Press

Monsters are everywhere, so it’s certainly a good thing that the little boy in The Monster in My Closet is not afraid of them. In fact, they’re his friends. He introduces us to the various monsters that inhabit his home and neighborhood. These monsters really are friendly. They pay hide n seek, play pirates in the bathtub, and fix an awesome lunch. The Monster in My Closet may give your child a new perspective on the monster under his bed or in the closet. Certainly, Eric Klug knows a thing or two about monsters. His illustrations provide an array of disgusting, silly, and sometimes slightly pathetic monsters. The Monster in My Closet has definite read-it-again potential.


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