6 edition of The Monster Who Loved Telephones found in the catalog.
March 7, 1994
Written in English
Longman Book Project
|Contributions||Wendy Body (Editor), Jenny Stowe (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
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I loved her. All her baggage, her past, did not change what I saw in The monster who loved books. [Keith Faulkner; Jonathan Lambert] -- When Bradley finds a book-eating monster in his father's bookstore, he shows the monster how much fun reading can be by taking him on a trip through Storyland.
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Like me, she isn’t the biggest contemporary reader. I figured she liked the cover or something, and sadly, the book would probably end Loved this book from the illustrations to the story itself. It starts as a classic "boy scared of dark under bed" kind of story, and then the focus quickly shifts to the teeny tiny monster under the bed who discovers that his favorite thing to eat is "darkness."