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THe Monster at the End of this book

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5 out of 5
Based on 221 Ratings and 221 Reviews

Book Description
THe Monster at the End of this book was written by Jon Stone. THe Monster at the End of this book was published by Western Publishing Company, Incorporated.
Book Information
PublisherWestern Publishing Company, Incorporated
BindingUnknown Binding (24 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of PagesN/A
Publication Date/1972
The Creators
About Jon Stone (Author) : Jon Stone is a published author of children's books. Some of the published credits of Jon Stone include Please Do Not Open this Book! (Bright & Early Playtime Books), The Monster at the End of this Bo... more
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About illustated by Mike Smollin (Illustrator) : illustated by Mike Smollin is a published illustrator and an author. A published credit of illustated by Mike Smollin is Your Friends from Sesame Street.
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Reader Comments
11/13/2010 Bob Logan said: For me, illustrator Mike Smollin is a vital part of the Jim Henson universe. To risk being a little cryptic, even his street signs, bricks and garbage cans "feel" like Sesame Street.
tags: I recommend, Inspired me

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4/2/2009 Gail Fattori said: Loved it as a kid and my kids love it now.
tags: I read

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10/29/2008 Sandy Padgett said: My mother used to read me this one and it always made me giggle at the end!!!

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3/12/2008 Heidi Wasson said: This is a blast to read to a group of kids!

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