1 edition of Me make monster! found in the catalog.
Me make monster!
|LC Classifications||TT157 .H334 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||143 p. :|
|Number of Pages||143|
|LC Control Number||2010015019|
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Use a hot glue gun or tacky glue to attach the felt to the cover of your book. Make sure the sides you marked are facing in so they won’t be seen on the finished project. Cut out a rectangle of red felt about 2 inches wide and a little longer than your book is thick. Glue one end just inside the front cover and the other end inside the back. Glad Monster, Sad Monster by Anne Miranda and illustrated by Ed Emberley teaches about emotions and the things that can trigger them through this colorful and interactive book. Each page has a color coded monster (often times in a color associated with a given emotion) who is feeling a certain way/5.
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Kids build a custom monster, then print it on t-shirts, mugs, hats, bags, and other cool stuff. In Me Make Monster, Jenny Harada presents a hoard of funky monster projects so ugly they’re cute.
Bring to life your own fantastic brood as you follow step-by-step instructions to create a true mish mash of monsterdom—everything from plush huggable beasties and a furry pillow cover to a fanged fiendish trinket box and google-eyed dice/5(13).
Bring this monster to life by lifting 12 flaps—from bulging blue eyes to clever claws—until the book has fully transformed by the last page. With a flashy neon green Me make monster! book, die-cuts and flaps on every page, and a rollicking, rhyming text, this deliciously fun novelty book rewards readers with a satisfying payoff at the end.
Maybe I can make my own movie. The film will be the story of my life. No, not my life, but of this experience. I'll call it what the lady who is the prosecutor called me. r is a powerful story about perception and expectations. And the audiobook is definitely the way to go with reading this book/5.
Our most personalized book yet, How to Catch Your Monster is a hilarious story that proves appearances aren’t all they seem. Face your fears in this charming story, and you might just make a new friend.
There's a monster in my closet, with claws, and teeth, and hair,96%(10). In Me Make Monster, Jenny Harada presents a hoard of funky monster projects so ugly they're cute. Bring to life your own fantastic brood as you follow step-by-step instructions to create a true mish mash of monsterdom--everything from plush huggable beasties and a furry pillow cover to a fanged fiendish trinket box and google-eyed : Jenny Harada.
Me make monster! book said the blacksmith, "If you make me stronger, I'll give you my name." The monster went into the blacksmith.
And so, the monster became Otto the blacksmith. Otto was the strongest man in town. But then one day he said, "Look at me. Look at me. The monster inside of me is getting bigger!" Munch munch, chomp chomp, gobble gobble, Name: Obluda, Která Nemá Své Jméno.
Glad, sad, silly, mad - monsters have all kinds of different feelings. In this innovative die-cut book, featuring a snazzy foil cover, you'll try on funny masks as you walk through the wide range of moods all little monsters (and kids!) experience.
Here's a fun, interactive way to /5(14). You will need a sheet of paper (preferably origami paper), scissors and decorations and glue to make the monster or any other creature your heart desires. Start by folding the paper in half. Fold the left and right corner to the centre point. Cut off the excess part and cut through the middle so that you get two triangles.
The monster coloring page activity gave me about 20 minutes of quiet time at home where I could sit down and grab one of my 4 cups of caffeine for the day in peace.
😉 Definitely an activity well done and the potential for it is so cute. Make Me a Monster (Board book) (Juvenile Fiction, Kids Novelty book, Children's Monster book, Children's Lift the Flaps book) By Mark Rogalski. Chronicle Books,16pp. Publication Date: Aug Kids make a custom monster, then print it on t-shirts, mugs, hats, bags, and other cool stuff.
Tickle Monster is a winner of the Mom’s Choice Award, Parent’s Choice Award and the Parent Tested Parent Approved this kit the book comes with magical blue Tickle Monster mitts, with holes in the fingertips to make it easy for parents to instantly transform themselves into Tickle Monster and turn pages while tickling/5(64).
Create a super personalized book your child will love, using their name, photo and two family pictures. Add a personal dedication to make your book even more meaningful. Check out A Monster Mess!, written by New York Times bestselling author Kelly DiPucchio.
Make a monster by lifting the flaps. In the voice of the monster on the cover, rhyming, instructive text on each page asks readers to determine whether or not the creature in the illustrations is a monster.
Children are prompted to unfold monster-appropriate appendages, including horns, wings, and scaly blue : Mark Rogalski. To make this project even better, I stumbled across Monster books in JoAnn’s that were 50 cents each so now they will all get the monster that matches there.
It's the Monster Book of MONSTERS!!. Straight out of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Make your own. If you can handle taking care of one. Eeek. Don't forget to stroke the spine. For the. I've probably read No More Monsters for Me. more times than I can remember. When it was first published,I was the target audience for this book and I know my school had many of the "I Can Read Books" as text books/5(47).
Most people have to cope with stress on the job from time to time. In fact, according to the American Psychological Association’s (APA) most recent yearly survey, Stress in America, work (64%) and money (61%) are the most commonly mentioned personal sources of stress.
That echoes the findings of Monster's State of the Candidate survey of 1, full-time and. The Attorneys Kathy O'Brien (the defense attorney) In Steve's screenplay, Kathy is "the defense attorney with doubts" (). She's "all business as she talks to Steve" (), and sees no need to believe her clients, or even to believe in them—her job is only to prove their innocence to a jury.
She does her job. The most disgusting, disturbing animal Ive ever seen is a moray eel at Walt Disney World. Its horrible. And now Jess Keating comes out with What Makes a Monster?:Discovering the Worlds Scariest Creatures, and there is the fangtooth moray eel, which justifies every bad dream Ive ever had about those nasty things.
If that werent bad enough, this book also features the vampire /5(73). We reminisce fondly about the classic monster movies of the s and ’40s. Monsters, man. They’re everywhere. We never outgrew the monsters of our childhood. They just moved from the closet to our reading materials.
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