‘100 Monsters’ take children on a world tour of mythology

There’s no need to be afraid of the dark or things that go bump in the night. Explore the world of myth and monsters in this 2 for 1 book! Children will delight at this adorable rhyming book and monster encyclopedia.

Each monster is fully illustrated in K. Ryan Henisey’s award winning, watercolor and ink style. Children and families will sing along, listing all the classical creatures that don’t scare them at all.

Both ‘100 Monsters’ and the ‘Monstrous Encyclopedia’ teach children not to be afraid. With sweet faces and bright smiles, each illustrated monster encourages bravery.

Perfect for reading aloud, ‘100 Monsters’ allows low level readers the opportunity to read a book over 100 pages long! Parents and teachers can read the rhyming book aloud, leaving young readers the opportunity to explore the encyclopedia at their leisure.

All of the monsters within the book are taken from global mythology, representing locations and stories from around the world.

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Settle the Children with a Sleepy Safari

K. Ryan Henisey, teacher and award winning artist, reads Sleepy Safari, the first in a series of sleepy-time readers for young families.

Rather than ducks or sheep, count a safari for your sleep.

The happy animals on Sleepy Safari rest under a magical sky of smiling stars. This bedtime book is great for children of all ages and encourages restful sleep.

Read along with the gentle rhyming ballad to induce happy dreams.

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On the Eleventh Night of Halloween

Halloween is Almost Here!

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On the eleventh night of Halloween my mom-ster scared me with eleven imps-a-skulking, ten wolves-a-howling, nine wicked witches, eight zombies walking, seven trolls-a-trampling, six ghosts-a-haunting, Five Vampire Bats! four grinning pumpkins, three grunting goblins, two black cats and a skull for our skeleton tree. 

I’m celebrating with a little e-book, The Thirteen Nights of Halloween. This fully illustrated children’s book is a fun counting read for the whole family. Just sing along to the tune of the Twelve Days of Christmas!

And be sure to show some love to the Mom-ster in your life!

On the thirteenth night of Halloween my mom-ster frightened me with thirteen dancing devils...

Settle the Children Down with Sleepy Safari

K. Ryan Henisey, teacher and award winning artist, reads Sleepy Safari, the first in a series of sleepy-time readers for young families.

Rather than ducks or sheep, count a safari for your sleep.

The happy animals on Sleepy Safari rest under a magical sky of smiling stars. This bedtime book is great for children of all ages and encourages restful sleep.

Read along with the gentle rhyming ballad to induce happy dreams.

Download Sleepy Safari to Your Device