(Not So) Scary Monsters: The Marvellous Monster Muddle

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Mandy Archer and Jenny Arthur
Hodder Children's Books
Sep 2006
A welcome pop-up edition of one of Hodder's �(Not so) Scary Monsters� series, �The Marvellous Monster Muddle� opens as Malcolm, who loves to give presents, sadly has none left to give. So it is that lolloping, puffing and peering he sets off on a quest to find new presents. Finding a treasure chest of potential gifts, Malcolm delights in giving these out to his friends along with sloppy kisses. Each of the presents, however, serves to cause a number of frights as, using the gifts as fancy dress, the monsters are no longer able to recognise one another. Laughing at the realisation of who each monster is, Malcolm is delighted that his gifts have brought so much mirth and merriment.

Focusing on the experiences, the possessions, the disguises and masks that are erected before us throughout life, �The Marvellous Monster Muddle� outlines the shared commonality of life that forms all of our foundations�

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