Wednesday, October 11, 2017

How to Catch a Monster by Adam Wallace & Andy Elkerton / Blog Tour: Book Spotlight & Giveaway #HowToCatchAMonster


Hello and welcome to today's HOW TO CATCH A MONSTER spotlight tour. I'm thrilled to team up with the publisher, Sourcebook Jabberwocky to feature Adam Wallace & Andy Elkerton's newest release. This book is perfect for Halloween! This fun book is the perfect 'how to' when it comes to finding your bravery in catching a monster. Whether you have a monster lurking in your closet or under your bed, this story will help you catch him. Find out more about the book below, and don't forget to enter to win your own copy at the end of this post. 

ABOUT THE BOOK

By: Adam Wallace 
Illustrated by: Andy Elkerton
Published by: Sourcebook Jabberwocky
Published on: September 5, 2017
Purchase from: Amazon | B&N | Book Depository 
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There's a monster in my closet, with claws, and teeth, and hair,  and tonight, I'm going to scare him! He lives just right through there...

Get ready to laugh as a young ninja heads into the closet to meet the monster that’s been so scary night after night! But what if things aren’t what they seem and our monster isn’t scary at all? What if our ninja hero is about to make a friend of strangest sort?

SNEAK PEAK INSIDE THE BOOK



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Check out the fun Story Time Activity Kit Sourcebooks has to go along with the book. Just click the highlighted link to download your activity packet.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR & ILLUSTRATOR

Adam Wallace is a children’s writer and cartoonist living in Australia. He is the author of the New York Times bestselling How to Catch series and Only You Can Save Christmas. Andy Elkerton is a children’s book illustrator based in the United Kingdom.

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2 comments:

  1. This book looks so cute. I will definitely check it out. Thanks for telling me about it.

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  2. So cute. I have this coming up in my TBR pile. Can't wait.

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