The Monsters of Marymount Mansion is an adorable monster story about fear of the unknown, curiosity, bravery, and accepting differences.
Are you ready for the spookiest time of the year? Join us for an awesome awareness tour of Gregory G. Allen’s The Monsters of Marymount Mansion.
Todd Parr shares his journey to becoming an author and illustrator, inspired by his struggles in school and desire to help kids feel better about themselves.
Award-winning writer and filmmaker Chris Wieland talks about his first book in the Kat Dylan Mysteries, The Crabtree Monsters.
Combining Roux’s talent for monster stories with Probert’s magical illustrations, this first book in the Dungeon Academy series is as good as one would expect.
Octobo’s Big City Adventure is a surefire pick that will immerse young readers in storytelling and both creative and critical thinking. Highly Recommended!
Giveaway: A Monster’s Guide to Life…In a Pandemic combines four well-loved original stories into one monstrous volume: Zombie Covers His Coughs, Witch Washes Her Hands, Werewolf Howls at Home, and Mummy Wears a Mask!
Bo the Brave by Beth Woollvin is a wholly original and twisted new fairy tale.
In this interview, Bethan Woollvin discusses her latest picture book, Bo the Brave. She is a recent graduate of the Cambridge School of Art.
With an adorable main character, dressed in her cute one-piece red striped pajamas, What to Do About Your Monsters addresses messy feelings and fears.