Series: Young Reading Series 2 Billy and the Mini Monsters: Book 1
By Zanna Davidson
Currently unavailable on this website
You have 0 of these in your Basket.
Billy’s scared of the dark, so he’s trying hard to stay awake ALL night. But then he hears a squeaky little voice and notices some tiny purple footprints. Not only that, SOMETHING has ATTACKED his cheese sandwich. What could it be? Does Billy dare find out? Meet Billy and the Mini Monsters in this laugh-out-loud adventure series for young readers, with colourful illustrations throughout.
Discount price not available in France, Italy and Spain due to fixed book price regulations.
Zanna Davidson has written over fifty books for children, both non-fiction and fiction. Her stories for children include the Fairy Ponies, Fairy Unicorns and Billy and the Mini Monsters series for Usborne. She lives in the countryside in a cottage on the edge of some deep, dark woods with two small boys and her scruffy black dog, Fred.
Read the following reviews or write one of your own.
“My Boys' Favorite Books”
I can't believe how much my 3 and 4 year old boys love all the characters in these books. My 4 year old is encouraged to read because of the funny and fast-paced storylines. I catch myself laughing out loud at the illustrations with them. (And what little boy can help giggling at 'Captain Snot' and Trumpet tooting after he eats cheese?:)
“Monsters in the Dark”
I liked the book. The best part that I liked was the cheese trap. My favourite monster is Trumpet because he does amazingly cheese powered farts. Espen aged 5.
I shared this book with my class of first and second graders and they LOVED it! They were laughing and very engaged as I read aloud. As soon as I finished they wanted me to read another one. It has age appropriate clean humor. It is a fun book that all my students enjoyed!
“A really clever, funny book. When we see the story from the mini monsters' point of view, the book becomes a cartoon, which is really imaginative and my four year old twins really enjoyed that aspect.”
Toppsta reader review