The Pruwahaha Monster
This very scary book unleashes the Pruwahaha monster on unsuspecting children. This is the author’s first children’s book, so he doesn’t pull punches or sugarcoat his story. This is good because his monster creation is delightful. The reader will be very scared as the unsuspecting child plays on the swings and the monster wakes up hungry because he overslept. The little child swinging laughs a great laugh in the face of danger because when children swing, nothing but their imaginations can touch them.The great scary monster has to look elsewhere for food. The little child has shamed him away. Isn’t that what we all want to do with great big bullies?
The illustrations in this book are minimalist and charming. The color palette suggests lovely fall days. This book has enough thrills and chills for a child of any age, while the illustrations will delight readers of any age. A very charming book.
|Author||Jean-Paul Mulders • Jacques Maes, Illustrator • Lise Braekers, Illustrator|
|Page Count||26 pages|
|Publisher||Kids Can Press|
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