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EBOOK à The Monster at the End of This Book ç Jon Stone R of course the monster is Grover himself This all time favorite is now available as a Big Little Golden Book perfect for lap time readin If you want to see your little ones not being able to stop giggling every time you dare to turn a page; then you need to get this bookBesides the beautiful words by Jon Stone there are also these beautiful illustrations by Michael SmollinI have to say that if a book is good it doesn't really matter when it was published It can be popular and successful for everThis is our new favourite book

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PDF » BOOK The Monster at the End of This Book FREE Õ JON STONE Ø Many adults name this book as their favorite Little Golden Book Generations of kids have interacted with lovable furry old Grover as he begs the reader not to turn the page—for fear of a monster at the end of the book “Oh I am so embarra Many adults name this book as their favorite Little Golden Book Generations of kids have interacted with lovable furry old Grover as he b I had a very lovehate relationship with The Muppets in my early youth I really really liked watching The Muppet Show and Sesame Street They were two of my favorite shows and I still hold both in high regard However every now and then and completely out of nowhere a Muppet would do something that genuinely terrified me For example I really hated that old Sesame sketch when a couple of mild mannered puppets would calmly take turns whispering words that rhymed to a gently jazzy beat and then this orange hairy guy would barrel up to the screen and without regard for rhythm or personal space bellow an unwieldy sentence containing all the words the less horrific Muppets had so charmingly whispered earlier That SCARED me Badly I was scared of beards yelling and any pictures or toys depicting someone or something with a gaping mouth Thus I had serious issues with Monster at the End of this Book I was always very ill at ease with Grover anyway He caused terrible problems for everyone he encountered and almost never showed remorse Also he couldn't seem to communicate without shouting and gesticulating wildly I had real problems with the way he carried himself so I knew going into the book that I probably wasn't going to like it much What I didn't expect was to be profoundly affected to the point of tears and sleepless nights by a drawing of Grover his furry mouth so wide with terror that his head resembled a blubbering halved blue grapefruit positively out of control with horror and dread concerning the MONSTER that was about to destroy him to destroy us all because he'd spoken to me personally directly about the effects the very book I held in my hands would have on the both of us in the immediate future I never appreciated or even detected the pleasingly ironic denouement of this the most devious Little Golden Book of them all until 4th or 5th grade when I finally dared to finish the thing In my preschool days as far as I was concerned they may as well have entitled the book Grover Undergoes a Harrowing Mental Breakdown and Will Implore You to Help Him Throughout You Cannot One star one scar

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The Monster at the End of This BookEgs the reader not to turn the page for fear of a monster at the end of the book “Oh I am so embarrassed” he says on the last page fo This book was a childhood favorite of mine and I suspect that my love of metafiction stems from this book However as an adult I find this book to be slightly sadistic Grover BEGS you to not turn the page in order to keep from reaching the monster that will be found on the final page view spoilerThe monster turns out to be 'lovable furry old' Grover himself hide spoiler