Å Monster Trouble! || ✓ PDF Download by ☆ Lane Fredrickson Michael Robertson

By Lane Fredrickson Michael Robertson | Comments: ( 338 ) | Date: ( Sep 22, 2019 )

Nothing frightens Winifred Schnitzel but she DOES need her sleep, and the neighborhood monsters WON T let her be Every night they sneak in, growling and belching and making a ruckus Winifred constructs clever traps, but nothing stops these crafty creatures What s a girl to do Hint Monsters HATE kisses The delightfully sweet ending will have every kid and little monNothing frightens Winifred Schnitzel but she DOES need her sleep, and the neighborhood monsters WON T let her be Every night they sneak in, growling and belching and making a ruckus Winifred constructs clever traps, but nothing stops these crafty creatures What s a girl to do Hint Monsters HATE kisses The delightfully sweet ending will have every kid and little monster begging for an encore.

  • Title: Monster Trouble!
  • Author: Lane Fredrickson Michael Robertson
  • ISBN: 9781454913450
  • Page: 319
  • Format: Hardcover

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Comments Monster Trouble!

  • Skye Kilaen

    I was so excited to see a monster book whose protagonist was someone other than a white kid, and I really wanted it to be good. Lucky me, I got what I wanted! Fredrickson makes this rhyming text work perfectly, and Robertson is equally adept at drawing little girls and monsters. Winifred Schnitzel is a smart, brave, resourceful young girl who wouldn't mind the monster infestation in her room if they would just let her GET SOME SLEEP. After all, nodding off in your ballet class (or into your brea [...]

  • Akoss

    The main reason why I checked this book out was because of the little girl. Spooky picture books with characters of color are kind of hard to come by (unless you know a bunch I'm unfamiliar with, then please feel free to leave them in comments).So, the book totally delivered. In addition to that my daughter loved it and we've read it several times already. The story is fun and the monsters are creepingly adorable (yes I made that up).This is certainly a book we will revisit every year.

  • Kiana

    I am glad that when I saw this book it caught my eye. I enjoyed reading the book from the beginning to the end. Monster Trouble by Lane Fredrickson is inviting and exciting to read to young children. The language in this book is suitable for young children and even has rhyming in it that makes me think of the book as a poem. The problem and solution in this book is clearly understood to the reader. The fact that Winifred is not able to get any sleep because of the neighborhood monsters is the pr [...]

  • Baby Bookworm

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily!Hello, friends! Our book today is Monster Trouble!, written by Lane Fredrickson and illustrated by Michael Robertson, a funny story about a fearless little girl with an unexpected pest problem.Winifred Schnitzel is no shrinking flower: she’s a brave little girl who loves spooky stories, high adventure, even scary movies! Unfortunately, this is a great puzzle to her neighborhood monsters, for [...]

  • Sandra Guerfi

    Winifred is not afraid of monsters. She thinks they're actually kinda cute but when they insist on showing up every night how's a girl to get any sleep. As she attempts to keep them away with various ideas she loses sleep and is having a hard time during the day until the night she accidentally discovers their weakness. Really funny look at how important sleep is and how silly monsters really are.

  • Erin

    The picture of Winifred Schnitzel after several sleepless nights is priceless. As a parent who's been kept up by several little monsters before, I've felt that facial expression on my own face: the one where your eyes can't quite focus and your brain is all foggy.

  • Rosanne

    This was a fun monster book!

  • Mama Bibliosoph

    Winifred Schnitzel (best character name ever) isn't afraid of monsters. That's a good thing too, because at night her bedroom is infested. Her problem is explained succinctly:>But all of their monsterly mayhem was moot—>because Winifred Schnitzel thought monsters were cute.>Still, night after night, all those monsters kept creeping>into Winifred's room, interrupting her sleeping.Winifred falls asleep in ballet, in school—even while she's trying to eat and play. So she tries setti [...]

  • Nikki Elizabeth

    This book is a delight. I was fortunate enough to be gifted Monster Trouble from a friend who knows that as a first year teacher, building a diverse classroom library is a huge priority of mine to provide representation for my students of color. Winifred Schnitzel encompasses some wonderful qualities for little girls to demonstrate in picture books: resourcefulness, determination, bravery and cleverness, and even better that the protagonist isn't yet another white kid! The vocabulary along with [...]

  • Alicia Thompson

    First of all, any heroine named Winifred Schnitzel is a winner. Second, trying Limburger cheese as a monster repellant is perfect.This is a rhyming book. I'm always impressed when authors do this while incorporating atypical words. The story is charming. But what makes this one succeed is the illustrator. We love Winifred and the monsters. Look at this girl's pluckDefinitely a keeper.

  • AMY

    Cute story with a little African-American girl named Winifred who actually likes monsters but they won't leave her alone. She tries to set a trap for them but it doesn't work. Finally she discovers their weakness - they are scared of kisses. Fun story and funny illustrations. Recommended for K-2.

  • Molly Cady

    I like this book a lot. It's funny, inventive, and very cute. The kids I read it to always love it. Winifred solves her monster problem by kissing the monster who hate it. I always make sure to talk briefly about how though this is how Winifred solves her problem, in real life, we shouldn't kiss anything or anyone who doesn't want to.

  • Jessica

    Very cute book about a girl who is not afraid of monsters and discovers their silly weakness. My kids really enjoyed this book so much so that our copy fell apart from being read so often. If you have a child that is afraid of monsters this silly book about a little girl who makes them leave so she can sleep in a silly way is perfect for you.

  • Kris

    Cute story and adorable illustrations. Great for kids who want monster books, but don't want to get too scared. This likable protagonist isn't scared of them at all - she just wants a good night's sleep!

  • Casey

    Started out monster storytime with this title where Winifred Schnitzel wasn't afraid of the monsters, but still wanted them to go away so she could sleep through the night! Who knew you just needed to scare them away with a kiss? (the kids loved this and brought it up throughout the storytime)

  • Sasha

    As cute as this book is, it disregards consent, and so it couldn't stay in our home. Nobody ever has to tolerate being kissed!This is especially disappointing because we need more awesome picture books with Black girl protagonists.

  • Colette

    Great use of problem solving with monsters, adorable little girl, and bedtime!

  • Melissa

    super cute.

  • Melle

    This is one of the most adorable books I have ever read. Perfect for any kid who is concerned about monsters under their bed. (Also, Winifred Schnitzel is my new favorite protagonist.)

  • Cara Byrne

    A fun, lively title meant to be read out loud.

  • Bethe

    Bookaday 32. Nicely rhyming text, young readers will probably surprised by the solution to Winifred's monster troubles.

  • Heather Jo

    megan fall reading 2016, children's book, picture book, monsters, fears, humor, prek, kindergarten, first grade, second grade,

  • Hannah Marker

    This book is absolutely wonderful. It's so much fun to read outloud and my boys (1&4) and I just fell in love with it. I can't recommend it highly enough!

  • Jen

    I had never thought to try Winifred's strategy to scare off monsters!

  • Jo Oehrlein

    Not scared of monsters, but annoyed by them because they won't let her sleep, a girl finds a solution to her monster problem.

  • Miss Sarah

    This cute book features a young girl who keeps getting woken up my monsters. can she figure out a way to stop them? preschool and up

  • Racheal

    Flippin adorable! Monsters that are scared of kisses! Rhymes well, great pictures, nothing not to love :)

  • Michelle Halber

    Charming and fun book! Great illustrations, clever premise.

  • Peter Cales

    Winifred Schnitzel has one problem: monsters keep sneaking into her bedroom at night. Even though Winifred isn’t afraid of scary movies or monsters, the monsters are keeping her awake all night, so she’s too sleepy for school and other important activities during the day. She’s tried all kinds of strategies and traps to scare off the monsters, but none of them have worked. It isn’t until Winifred tries a softer approach to getting rid of the monsters that she’s finally able to get a go [...]

  • Kate

    Adorable story about a little girl who wants to sleep, but can't and the hilarious way she figures out a way to scare the monsters right bac.

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