On the night of a full moon, a barber’s son sneaks out of the house with a vampire hat. He makes his way to his dad’s barber shop where he gives haircuts to all the monsters.
The night before Halloween, the members of the Fright Club gather to prepare to scare children the following night. However, a cute bunny wants to join the club, but the monsters don’t think he’s scary enough.
A ghost makes his way through the house. He is joined by other frightening friends before encountering the scariest being in the house.
When Leo, a lonely ghost, meets Jane, he is dismayed to realize that his new friend thinks he’s imaginary. When burglars break into Jane’s house, Leo has to admit the truth when he saves the day. Jane’s acceptance is simple and deftly handled.
Monster needs a new pair of underwear, so his mom takes him to the underwear store. After seeing all the choices, Monster is afraid he won’t find the perfect to replace his beloved old pair. Will he be able to find undies to suit his monster bottom?
Oskar and his teddy bear Theodore go to the library every Saturday. But this Saturday, a monster comes in, makes a lot of noise, and thinks books are for eating.
A monster does not like being called a monster, even though everything about him and everything he does makes him a monster.
Spend a day with monsters at the park as they play on the swings, have races, and eat monster-sicles.
According to the ghost, you’re reading the scariest book ever! What’s even scarier is the dark woods which the ghost is too frightened to go into. What could possibly be happening in the dark woods that scares the ghost?
A boy has monsters inside his house, outside his house, everywhere. He decides to take karate so won’t be scared of them anymore.
Just like the old lady who swallowed a fly, a monster swallows some ants, a lizard, and increasing larger animals.
As the title says, there’s a monster in the book! Tilt the book, shake it, do what you can to get the monster out of the book.