What If When Little Monster has a bad dream he wakes up full of questions What if his mother isn t there when he wakes up tomorrow What if the house catches on fire But then Mother suggests some pleasant wha

  • Title: What If
  • Author: Frances Thomas Ross Collins
  • ISBN: 9780786804825
  • Page: 421
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When Little Monster has a bad dream, he wakes up full of questions What if his mother isn t there when he wakes up tomorrow What if the house catches on fire But then Mother suggests some pleasant what if s , and little Monster can safely go back to sleep This brilliantly illustrated picture book is a wonderful new choice for parents to use with children who have nighWhen Little Monster has a bad dream, he wakes up full of questions What if his mother isn t there when he wakes up tomorrow What if the house catches on fire But then Mother suggests some pleasant what if s , and little Monster can safely go back to sleep This brilliantly illustrated picture book is a wonderful new choice for parents to use with children who have nighttime fears.

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    1. This story creates itself based upon the idea of 'what if?' It is typical that the child or little monster in this case thinks of all the scary 'what if' possibilities and the mother turns it around by thinking of all the wonderful 'what if' possibilities. The illustrations were quite creative as the characters are suppose to be monsters. The main two characters look like a cross between a zebra, elephant, and deer/moose. There are so many fun and creative activities that can be done after readi [...]


    2. Even monsters get scared too. Little monster imagines some scary things happening in a series of What Ifs. So mother monster cheers him up in a similar fashion. I love the childlike qualities to this story. The author really got inside the child's head before writing. The illustrations are very imaginative. I particularly like the detail of the ice cream cart, (bells on the umbrella). This isn't a book to race through to find out what happens next. it is a story in which to savour each page and [...]


    3. Like that the main character was a monster, but was still scared of what could happen when the lights went out. Liked the imagination being used for positive things as well as scary things. Loved the happy relationship described between mom & baby monster. Fun little book!


    4. A little monster asks his mom as series of What If questions revolving around horrible scenarios. As a wise monster mom, she responds with her own What If questions focusing on more pleasant things.Illustrations are nice.


    5. Little monster lets his imagination run wild when he ask his mom "what if" this, that, or another thing happens. The story was a bit rambly but Ross Collins illustrations make it a colorful fun read.



    6. A decent entry in the genre of "Kid imagines bad things; another person images things going better as therapy."



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