Travel Guide for Monsters Part Deux
A Canadian Adventure
Wrangling your monster to a rodeo? Or sharing the stands with him at a hockey game? Buckle up for another cross country trip with your favorite monster--from British Columbia to Newfoundland and all the Canada in between! Wherever you and your monster are traveling, Travel Guide for Monsters Part Deux: Canada is full of essential tips to help you both enjoy the sights of Canada and avoid monster-related trouble--eh?
|Kindergarten - Grade 3
|ATOS Reading Level
|Guided Reading Level
|Sleeping Bear Press
|Hardcover (9781534111875), PDF (9781668918159), Hosted ebook (9781668918579)
|Number of Pages
|9 x 11
Kirkus Reviews - Travel Guide for Monsters Part Deux: A Canadian Adventure
“Unabashed enthusiasm, educational geography, and wacky critters—a fairly fun combination, eh?”
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Author: Lori Degman
Lori Degman believes in dreaming big – just like Norbert! She followed her first dream of being a teacher of Deaf & Hard of Hearing kids; her second dream of being a wife and mother; and her third dream of becoming a published picture book author! She is the award-winning author of 1 Zany Zoo and Cock-a-Doodle Oops! Ms. Degman lives in a suburb of Chicago with her husband, two dogs and two grown sons (when they come back to visit).
Author: Jocelyn Watkinson
While Canadian born and Canadian at heart, Jocelyn Watkinson now lives in Northern California with her husband, son and golden retriever. When not fussing over stanzas and rhyming couplets, Jocelyn likes to play sports, board games, and craft just about anything, all while sipping on a hot cup of tea. Jocelyn hopes that she'll someday soon lace up her skates and finally learn to play the sport of her homeland, hockey!
Illustrator: Marcus Cutler
Marcus Cutler is a Canadian and an illustrator whose favorite things to draw are funny and weird characters doing funny and weird things. He lives in Tecumseh, Ontario, with his family.
|Educational front/back matter