THE MONSTER’S NEW FRIEND – Brad Herzog & Carla Daly, 2003 PB


The Monster’s New Friend by Brad Herzog with illustrations by Carla Daly. From the 7th printing by Rigby Literacy in 2003.

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About the Story
“Max lived at 13 Monster Lane. His family was like any family. Except they each had four horns, three eyes, two noses, and one tail.” One day Max when to meet his friends. They couldn’t think of anything to do. Max wandered down the beach and ran into a boy named William. Max thought boys only existed in fair tales. But he played with William all day and William showed him how to use his imagination to have fun. When he tried to introduce William to his family and friends, he disappeared. The next day they played with each other again. He friends saw Max jumping and laughing and having fun. He explained he was with William, but they laughed at him. They were bored, and Max was not. The next day his friend Marty was having fun with Daniel (a boy). The two monsters and the two boys played all day – but Myron just sat there and scoffed at the very idea of boys. Then the following day, Myron had a new friend, too: Sam. The three monsters and three boys played and played. When they ran to the end of the beach they saw Max’s sister talking an laughing with Sue – a girl.

Publishing Info
The Monster’s New Friend by Brad Herzog with illustrations by Carla Daly. From the 7th printing by Rigby Literacy in 2003. The ISBN is 0-7635-6675-6. This paperback book measures about 6-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ and has 24 pages in stapled binding.

See photo above. In very good condition for age with lighter handling/storage. No names or other markings. Stored in and shipped from clean, smoke-free home.

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