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The big book of monsters, the creepiest creatures from classic literature, by Hal Johnson ; illustrated by Tim Sievert

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The big book of monsters, the creepiest creatures from classic literature, by Hal Johnson ; illustrated by Tim Sievert
Language
eng
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
resource.interestGradeLevel
456, Childrens Plus, Inc
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
The big book of monsters
Responsibility statement
by Hal Johnson ; illustrated by Tim Sievert
Sub title
the creepiest creatures from classic literature
Summary
Literature is extra fun when it's spooky! This illustrated compendium of 25 of the spookiest and most nefarious monsters from classic literature from Dracula to the Jabberwocky includes a playful retelling of each monster's story accompanied by full-color illustration and sidebars about its literary origins, including authorship and genre
Table Of Contents
Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Here There Be Monsters: A Note From the Editor; Apep; Beatrice Rappaccini; Cheops; Devilfish; Dorian Gray; Dracula; Fafnir; Frankenstein's Monster; The Goblin Spider; The Golem; Grendel; The Headless Horseman; The Horla; Humbaba; Mr. Hyde; The Invisible Man; The Jabberwock; The Lamia; The Lying Ghost; Medusa; Polyphemus; Rakshasi; The Weird Sisters; White Fell; Zahhak; All the Books Mentioned in This Book; Further Reading; A Note on Translations; Even More Monsters
Target audience
juvenile
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