The Monster At The End Of This Book by Jon Stone and Michael Smollin

The Monster at the End of This Book Review
Sesame Street’s furry friend Grover will lead you through this exciting story. As he discovers there is a monster at the end of the book, Grover does everything in his power to prevent kids from turning pages and reaching the end of the book. Anticipation that builds up is a magnet for the minds of the little ones. Our son flips through “The Monster at the End of This Book” in electronic version on our i-Pad. This book is one of the most reviewed books for children. When I was first reading about it, I found more than thousand reviews stored across popular sites. Now I understand why. If your kids are showing any interest in Sesame Street TV show, Sesame Street characters orĀ Sesame Street toys, this is a must-have item!
About The Monster at the End of This Book
This book is sold in several different classic book formats and electronic versions. Regardless of the book format, the story remains to be equally entertaining, fun, and exciting to follow. It is important to note that the sequel to this book is “Another Monster at the End of This Book”. The sequel is written and illustrated by the same team: Jon Stone and Michael Smollin.
About Jon Stone
Jon Stone is famous for his participation in building and fully developing three Sesame Street characters: Big Bird, Oscar the Grouch, and Cookie Monster. “The Monster at the End of This Book” is his most popular book for children. Jon Stone passed away in 1997.
About Michael Smollin
During his fifty-five year long career, Michael Smollin expressed his artistic views across several different platforms: advertising, illustrations, drawings, etc. Just like for Jon Stone, Michael Smollin’s most recognized project was “The Monster at the End of This Book”. To learn more about this artist, please visitĀ his web-site. Michael Smollin passed away in 2010.

The Monster at the End of This Book

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