Rachel Bright Love Monster

ISBN 13: 9780374301866

Love Monster

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9780374301866: Love Monster
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."..Bright has a brisk but sympathetic voice that's appealingly British, and her visual pacing is impeccable. Like the monster itself, this story wears its heart very visibly."--"Publishers Weekly""" "Scarily good!" - "Kirkus Reviews" "Like the main characters in Mo Willems' "Leonardo, the Terrible Monster "(2005) and Tammi Sauer's "Mostly Monsterly "(2010), Monster's appearance doesn't match his sensitive disposition, and he yearns for someone to love him "just the way he is." Bright's rough-textured print technique--think degraded photocopy--suits our scruffy little hero to a T, while the bright, saturated color palette of reds and purples against pale and pretty backgrounds reflects his optimistic nature." - "Booklist"

From "The Wall Street Journal"

'You might have noticed that everyone loves kittens, and puppies and bunnies. You know, cute, fluffy things," remarks the chatty narrator of "Love Monster" (FSG, 32 pages, $16.99), a winning picture book by Rachel Bright. The world's affection for cuteness makes it tough for the funny-looking, "slightly hairy" title character who yearns for love and acceptance. Ms. Bright uses a style of printmaking that yields coarse black lines, which she has filled in with color to evoke the Love Monster's feelings of both despondency and hope as he searches the (frustratingly cute) world for a kindred spirit. With the Monster, as with many a lonely soul, love arrives when he least expects it in this ultimately happy excursion for 2- to 5-year-olds. ."..Bright has a brisk but sympathetic voice that's appealingly British, and her visual pacing is impeccable. Like the monster itself, this story wears its heart very visibly."--"Publishers Weekly""" "Scarily good!" - "Kirkus Reviews" "Like the main characters in Mo Willems' "Leonardo, the Terrible Monster "(2005) and Tammi Sauer's "Mostly Monsterly "(2010), Monster's appearance doesn't match his sensitive disposition, and he yearns for someone to love him "just the way he is." Bright's rough-textured print technique--think degraded photocopy--suits our scruffy little hero to a T, while the bright, saturated color palette of reds and purples against pale and pretty backgrounds reflects his optimistic nature." - "Booklist" "Sweet." - "School Library Journal"

You might have noticed that everyone loves kittens, and puppies and bunnies. You know, cute, fluffy things," remarks the chatty narrator of "Love Monster," a winning picture book by Rachel Bright. The world's affection for cuteness makes it tough for the funny-looking, 'slightly hairy' title character who yearns for love and acceptance. Ms. Bright uses a style of printmaking that yields coarse black lines, which she has filled in with color to evoke the Love Monster's feelings of both despondency and hope as he searches the (frustratingly cute) world for a kindred spirit. With the Monster, as with many a lonely soul, love arrives when he least expects it in this ultimately happy excursion for 2- to 5-year-olds. "The Wall Street Journal"

...Bright has a brisk but sympathetic voice that's appealingly British, and her visual pacing is impeccable. Like the monster itself, this story wears its heart very visibly. "Publishers Weekly"

Scarily good! "Kirkus Reviews"

Like the main characters in Mo Willems' "Leonardo, the Terrible Monster "(2005) and Tammi Sauer's "Mostly Monsterly "(2010), Monster's appearance doesn't match his sensitive disposition, and he yearns for someone to love him "just the way he is." Bright's rough-textured print technique--think degraded photocopy suits our scruffy little hero to a T, while the bright, saturated color palette of reds and purples against pale and pretty backgrounds reflects his optimistic nature. "Booklist"

Sweet. "School Library Journal""

You might have noticed that everyone loves kittens, and puppies and bunnies. You know, cute, fluffy things," remarks the chatty narrator of Love Monster, a winning picture book by Rachel Bright. The world's affection for cuteness makes it tough for the funny-looking, 'slightly hairy' title character who yearns for love and acceptance. Ms. Bright uses a style of printmaking that yields coarse black lines, which she has filled in with color to evoke the Love Monster's feelings of both despondency and hope as he searches the (frustratingly cute) world for a kindred spirit. With the Monster, as with many a lonely soul, love arrives when he least expects it in this ultimately happy excursion for 2- to 5-year-olds. The Wall Street Journal

...Bright has a brisk but sympathetic voice that's appealingly British, and her visual pacing is impeccable. Like the monster itself, this story wears its heart very visibly. Publishers Weekly

Scarily good! Kirkus Reviews

Like the main characters in Mo Willems' Leonardo, the Terrible Monster (2005) and Tammi Sauer's Mostly Monsterly (2010), Monster's appearance doesn't match his sensitive disposition, and he yearns for someone to love him "just the way he is." Bright's rough-textured print technique--think degraded photocopy suits our scruffy little hero to a T, while the bright, saturated color palette of reds and purples against pale and pretty backgrounds reflects his optimistic nature. Booklist

Sweet. School Library Journal

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"You might have noticed that everyone loves kittens, and puppies and bunnies. You know, cute, fluffy things," remarks the chatty narrator of Love Monster, a winning picture book by Rachel Bright. The world's affection for cuteness makes it tough for the funny-looking, 'slightly hairy' title character who yearns for love and acceptance. Ms. Bright uses a style of printmaking that yields coarse black lines, which she has filled in with color to evoke the Love Monster's feelings of both despondency and hope as he searches the (frustratingly cute) world for a kindred spirit. With the Monster, as with many a lonely soul, love arrives when he least expects it in this ultimately happy excursion for 2- to 5-year-olds." --The Wall Street Journal

..".Bright has a brisk but sympathetic voice that's appealingly British, and her visual pacing is impeccable. Like the monster itself, this story wears its heart very visibly." --Publishers Weekly

"Scarily good!" --Kirkus Reviews

"Like the main characters in Mo Willems' Leonardo, the Terrible Monster (2005) and Tammi Sauer's Mostly Monsterly (2010), Monster's appearance doesn't match his sensitive disposition, and he yearns for someone to love him "just the way he is." Bright's rough-textured print technique--think degraded photocopy suits our scruffy little hero to a T, while the bright, saturated color palette of reds and purples against pale and pretty backgrounds reflects his optimistic nature." --Booklist

"Sweet." --School Library Journal

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An unabridged board book edition of the best-selling story by the creator of Love Monster and the Perfect Present follows a googly-eyed monster's unlikely search for love in the cuddly community of Cutesville.

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