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Reviewed in the United States on February 22, 2017
Bedtime can be hard for many children as they do not want to miss out on what happens after they are asleep. What happens when said child decides to not go to bed? Possibly said child turns into a BEDTIME MONSTER!
Funny story and spot on when I was the bedtime monster as a youngster. I still become a bedtime monster at times when circumstances force me to stay up later than when I want (so reversed reason to become a monster).
Written by Heather Ayris Burnell, illustrated by Bonnie Adamson, published by Raven Tree Press.
Reviewed in the United States on November 10, 2011
It's hard to go to bed when everyone else gets to stay up. Paul doesn't even realize how tired he is when his bedtime grumpiness turns him into a bedtime monster. But Mom and Dad understand. They help Paul settle down, and at the end, Dad reveals something which helps Paul realize that Mom and Dad aren't mad and that it's okay to struggle with bedtime sometimes. A comforting read. This book has the added bonus of being written in both English and Spanish which is a wonderful learning experience and allows for a bedtime story from an adult reader who may not read English fluently.
Reviewed in the United States on November 26, 2010
It's bedtime and Paul is not ready to go to bed, at least not yet. How can he go to bed when everyone else is still up? Soon, Paul becomes the bedtime monster! But his parents know just how to handle that. "Bedtime Monster" is an easy read in both English and Latin American Spanish and a recommended book particularly for those who are trying to expose their child to a second language.