A Month of Bedtime Stories: Thirty-One Bite-Sized Tales of Wackiness and Wonder for the Retiring Child

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I like this book so much because it always comes up with new stories that are funnier than the last one. Every story is about you. In each one, you run out of something to eat, and then in the end you get bonked on the head or have a really bad memory or something so you don’t remember what happens. My favorite story so far is the one with the bees. The bees and you find a monster, a different type of life form, in a submarine that’s in a puddle. In that story you were trying to find honey. Another one that I liked was about the sausage monster. The sausage monster is a monster bird that lays sausages. And I also liked it because the Hulk and SpiderMan were in that story. There are lots of stories that I like. I keep trying to get Mama to read more than one at night time – there are enough for a whole month but I don’t want to take that long to read them all!


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Author Neil Roy McFarlane
Star Count 5/5
Format eBook
Page Count 220 pages
Publisher London House Titles
Publish Date 16-May-2014
ISBN x
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Issue September 2014
Category Children's
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