Is your child afraid of monsters? Read to them about Monster Sid and his amazing discovery. They’ll love the adorable illustrations.
Kids Are Not So Scary. Amazing Discovery Of Monster Sid by Sally Little
What if monsters have the same fears of their own?
Kids are not so scary. Amazing discovery of Monster Sid is an interesting and cute bedtime story for toddlers about a smart little Monster Sid who lives a quiet life with his loving mommy and daddy. But every night when the lights are off and parents are gone Sid cannot fall asleep because he is afraid that terrifying kid is hiding in his closet.
How surprised he was when he overcame his fear and opened the hideous closet!
Would you like to know what was hidden in the closet, where Sid met a child, and how little monster was able to conquer his fears? Read this amazing book and you’ll find this out!
This is a best poem about fears and friendship with an engaging storyline to read for girls and boys ages 4 to 9 years old. It will give children something to think about and explain them that there is no sense in being afraid of something that might be just as frightened of you.
- Perfect watercolor pictures with funny jokes
- Easy-to-read rhyming format that your child will find easy to follow or read aloud
- Your kid will enjoy reading it aloud over and over again.
- Simple everyday lessons in an easy to understand manner improving an emotional wellbeing of your kids
- With comic, catchy words to keep babies hooked
- This rhyming book will be perfect to read in kindergartens.
About the author of Monster Sid, Sally Little:
From her early childhood, Sally had an affinity for writing, which was fueled by her vivid imagination. The comic books she loved to read as a child has influenced her rhythmic writing style and subtle sense of humor.
With the arrival of her beloved little son, she learned what types of books interest kids as well as what parents need for nurturing mindful, socially and emotionally aware children.
Her beautifully illustrated magical stories not only full of lovable characters and engaging storylines but also carry with them an ethical message appealing to the hearts of children.
“My greatest desire in life is to help as many children as possible to grow up to be successful, happy and self-confident.” – Sally Little.