Are You My Monster?

Written by Amanda Noll
Illustrated by Howard McWilliam

This board book for 0-3 year old listeners, presents the little monster-loving boy from I Need My Monster and Hey, That’s MY Monster!, as he tries to find the monster that matches his drawing. He describes his monster (green, long tail, pointy nails, big teeth), and then looks for these features in an assortment of amusing monsters until he finds the perfect match, which turns out to be his beloved STUFFED monster toy.
Children will enjoy comparing colors, checking if tails are long or short, if nails are pointy or round, if teeth are big or small until they, too, find the monster who is a perfect match.

 

About the Creators

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Amanda Noll is the author of I Need My Monster and Hey, That’s MY Monster! illustrated by Howard McWilliam. Born and raised in Canberra, Australia, Amanda moved to the United States as a teen. After marrying her college sweetheart, she began working in the purchasing division of a private university (which was ironic, since she despises shopping). After a while, Amanda left the business world to attend to the business of raising children, and to concentrate on her writing. Her work has appeared in Hopscotch and Family Fun magazines. She blames her fundamentally twisted sense of humor on either genetics or being raised on a steady stream of Australian humor and science fiction. Amanda lives in Spanaway, Washington with her husband and children. The monster under her bed is named Gertie. Read more about Amanda on her personal website.

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Howard McWilliam is the illustrator of I Need My Monster and Hey! That’s MY Monster, written by Amanda Noll, and When a Dragon Moves In and When a Dragon Moves In Again, written by Jodi Moore. In 2005, Howard left his work as a magazine editor and journalist to concentrate on his growing career as a cartoonist and illustrator. He is published in a wide range of UK magazines and newspapers, and is the cover artist for The Week. He has won numerous awards and competitions for his work. He lives in Cheltenham, England with his wife Rebecca and his two sons, and the monster under his bed is named Brompton. Read more about Howard on his personal website.

ISBN: 9781947277328
Print Length: 26 Pages
Publication Date: Spring 2019 
Age Group: 0-3