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by Norbert Landa

Great Monster Hunt download ebook
ISBN:
1561486817
ISBN13:
978-1561486816
Author:
Norbert Landa
Publisher:
Good Books (May 1, 2013)
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Pages:
32 pages
ePUB:
1264 kb
Fb2:
1997 kb
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mbr azw azw lrf
Category:
Growing Up & Facts of Life
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Rating:
4.7

The great monster hunt by Norbert Landa.

The great monster hunt by Norbert Landa.

Norbert Landa (Author). We read this book with our three year old Grand'daughter and she,like us, enjoyed so much it has been read several times. It was another great success. 2 people found this helpful.

1 volume : 29 cm. When Duck hears a noise under her bed and runs to fetch help, each animal that hears about it imagines a more dangerous beast in Duck's room. Originally published in 2010 by LIttle Tiger Press, London England.

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This picture book by veterans Landa and Warnes puts a stale spin on a timeless lesson: There's no use in making a mountain out of molehill, or, in this case, a monster out of a mouse

This picture book by veterans Landa and Warnes puts a stale spin on a timeless lesson: There's no use in making a mountain out of molehill, or, in this case, a monster out of a mouse.

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Norbert Landa was born in Austria and has worked as a journalist, songwriter and playwright

Norbert Landa was born in Austria and has worked as a journalist, songwriter and playwright. In 1980 he began writing books for children and has now had over 120 books published. Norbert now lives with his wife in Germany. Storyteller Tim Warnes is based in the Dorset countryside in south west of England. This is such a cute book about a group of animals who try to hunt down a "monster" under their friend, Goose's bed. A little exaggeration goes a long way, and by the end of the book, it sounds like this is one ferocious monster. They all come together in a brave and supportive way, and are pleasantly surprised to see what's really under Goose's bed.

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When Duck wakes early one morning, she hears a funny pshh pshh! noise from under her bed. Too afraid to look, she jumps out of bed and finds a friends to help. Soon Pig and a brave band of friends are heading Duck's way to save her from the terrifying monster...
Reviews:
  • Saithi
This is such a cute book about a group of animals who try to hunt down a "monster" under their friend, Goose's bed. A little exaggeration goes a long way, and by the end of the book, it sounds like this is one ferocious monster. They all come together in a brave and supportive way, and are pleasantly surprised to see what's really under Goose's bed. I LOVE this book, and all my children have, too. Great gift for 2-4 year olds.
  • Kagaramar
Great!
  • Gelgen
Book arrived in perfect condition!
  • ladushka
For those of you who collect classic children's books like me, or just need a great gifte for a school age or pre-school age child ( or a grown child even:) this is a must have. Funny, cute, wonderful surprise ending, great illustrations.
  • Kieel
The illustrations in this book are excellent -- great facial expressions on very cute animals. Reading aloud the building sound effects is fun and both the 3 year old and 7 year old enjoy it.
  • Pettalo
"The Great Monter Hunt" is a delightful book. The mystery and excitement grow from page to page with each new animal offering a suggestion about how to save duck. The wonderful illustrations add to the excitement. Not until the very last page do we find out the surprising cause of the big problem. My pre-schoolers want to hear it again and again even though by now they can "read" it themselves.
  • Anarius
I bought this book for my 4 year old daughter. She has a very active imagination. She was excited from the first page and the ending made her laugh. She loved it.
My older daughter is a highly-imaginative, sensitive and rather high strung child prone to night-time fears and difficulty going to sleep. You'd think then that I would avoid stories about monsters and just stick with cute little bunnies. But instead, I've taken the opposite tack. I deliberately seek out stories about monsters - the wilder and crazier the better - so that she gets so used to monsters that they are no more threatening than cute little bunnies. I occasionally question the wisdom of my approach and wonder if in fact I'm making things worse. But then along comes a delightfully silly monster-related story that my daughter enjoys with relish and I think maybe I'm doing the right thing after all.

"The Great Monster Hunt" opens with a deliciously familiar little thrill of fear that nearly all of us have experienced - that unexplained noise in the night. Such noise need not be loud to be scary - a little bit of imagination and a lot of darkness can add all the fear that's necessary for a full-fledged fright. And when you throw in some equally imaginative friends in an escalating game of "telephone", well the fright can grow into positive dread.

Duck awakens one night to a soft "pshh pshh" coming from under her bed. She alerts Pig, who runs to Bear for his strength. The two then seek Wolf for his noise and Owl for his wisdom. In each retelling, the noise under Duck's bed gets louder, longer and more threatening, which, if read in the right tone of voice, creates a suspenseful thrill that dares you to read on. Eventually, Owl in his cleverness realizes it must be a monster under Duck's bed ("Can you imagine anything kind and cuddly making that kind of noise?"). The four brave friends throw together a plan and rush to rescue Duck from her peril. They burst into Duck's room and find ... well, you'll have to read it for yourself.

The illustrations set just the right tone. The fear depicted on the animals' faces is rendered in a cute cartoonish quality that cues the reader in that maybe things aren't quite so threatening as they're made out to be. Children and adults alike will find this book tantalizing with just enough of a thrill of playful suspense. Perfect for kids who make monsters out of molehills.