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This engaging picture book prompts young children to face their fear of monsters and take charge of the situation The reader is prompted to tickle various parts of a monster, deconstructing the creature and repurposing his parts into a far less threatening scene. His horns become the moon, his legs and arms become trees, his nose becomes a car. . . . Slowly but surely, the monster's shapes build a peaceful nighttime landscape. Manceau's bold, geometric illustrations create a deceptively simple visual narrative that encourages readers to see the parts as well as the whole.
Reminiscent of Ed Emberley's Go Away, Big Green Monster
, this book empowers the child to be brave and clever in the face of adversity.