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The Monster at the End of This Book (Sesame Street) (Little Golden Book) (Hardcover)
This book is something else. I’m almost done, but Grover has built a
brick wall to keep me from finishing. He’s gone chicken on me because
there’s supposed to be a monster at the end of the book. I mean, I know
it’s the title, but it could be a literary device for all we know. Or,
maybe I’d be able to tame it a la Maurice Sendak. I’m a BookPeople
employee after all. Besides, there’s only one way to find out, right?
Anyway, I was strong enough to keep going when he boarded up the page
with wood, but the brick wall is a whole new deal. I’ve been using some
nutrition and exercise books to get my strength up and I think I’ll be
able to turn the page by the end of the week. I’ll let everyone know how
it goes once I do.
Carve out family time for this Halloween read as Grover begs you not to turn the page -- because there is a monster at this end of this book!
Lovable, furry old Grover is distressed to learn that there's a monster at the end of this book! He begs readers not to turn the pages, but of course kids feel they just have to see this monster for themselves. Grover is astonished--and toddlers will be delighted--to discover who is really the monster at the end of the book!
About the Author
Jon Stone was the first head writer for Sesame Street, and was one of the show's principal directors and producers for more than 24 years. He died in 1997.
Michael Smollin is an illustrator. His books include Another Monster at the End of This Book and The Alligator’s A. B. C.