Ten Terrific Monsters By Chris Mason

 

A Hidden Item Book

Ten Terrific Monsters by Chris Mason
Ten Terrific Monsters, Cover

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

STORY-LINE, CONCEPT, DEVELOPMENT TEN TERRIFIC MONSTERS BY CHRIS MASON:

In Ten Terrific Monsters, Chris Mason and Vladimir Cebu, created a wonderful seek and find book for child and adult.  As a lover of seek and find, I am sure any child would love to have this book.  Willie the Wolf and nine of his monster friends spent a long day waiting in the unemployment line.  Each monster’s return home gives the child a list of objects to find in a picture.  The characters are as Willie the Wolf states, “cute as buttons”.  The list of items well-defined with good illustrations, will entertain even younger children.

With well-developed illustrations and good seek list, any child with supervision will have hours of fun.  Depending on the age of the child, this book helps with word recognition, counting, motor skills, and organizational skills.  The child using fine motor skills can either circle the items as found in picture or mark off the list.  Names are beside the picture of the item giving the child word recognition skills.  Counting how many items they found, will help with counting skills, and deciding in what order they will find the items, will help them develop organization skills.

 

TEN TERRIFIC MONSTERS RECOMMENDATIONS:  STARS 4

I would not hesitate to buy this book for a child.  This is a great book for children and supervising adult to enjoy together.   The story-line will appeal to children and the cute monsters will not frighten younger minds. I recommend opening the book on a laptop, iPad, or larger e-reader, as my old eyes had a hard time seeing the smaller pictures on my small e-reader.

FINALLY, PLEASE NOTE:

Additionally, I purchased this book and at the request of author, chose to voluntarily review the book with an honest children’s fiction novel review.  Lastly, book reviews of any novel are dependent on the book review author’s opinion.  Consequently, all book reviews on-line and on my blog, are my opinions.  In addition, no one influenced my voluntary children’s fiction novel review.

 

 

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