I’m getting into the Halloween spirit with 100 Monsters all around me.
A few of my favorites are hanging at the office, frightening all who pass by. Luckily, there’s no need to be afraid of these adorable monsters, reimagined from classical world mythology.
You can catch all of the monsters in my downloadable book, 100 Monsters but I am Not Afraid. All copies include a Monstrous Encyclopedia with details on each creature.
K Ryan Henisey is an award-winning, LA-area artists whose watercolor and mixed media works explore the human experience. Formerly a public school teacher, Ryan’s children themed works create a positive and kind environment for all using classic forms on digital channels.
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.
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.
On the seventh night of Halloween my mom-ster scared me with 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 counting down The Thirteen Nights of Halloween with my new, fully illustrated children’s book. I hope you’ll join me and add a little Booooooooooooo! to your books!
I’m counting down the Thirteen Nights of Halloween. Tonight is the fifth!
On the fifth night of Halloween my mom-ster frightened me with FIVE VAMPIRE BATS… four grinning pumpkins, three grunting goblins, two black cats and a skull for our skeleton tree.
I love this verse because you get to be dramatic or shout out Five Vampire Bats – just like in the carol where you hold out the “five golden rings.” I like to say this verse with spooky voices. The pets just look at me like I’m crazy.
Join me in singing down to Halloween. You can find The Thirteen Nights of Halloween on iTunes. This fully illustrated, 35 page, children’s book is what happens when a little bit of fun meets a little bit of fright.