Marlow sees a monster, and he’s not happy about it. Especially since the monster returns almost every night and creates a lot of trouble for Marlow. What’s worse is that his parents don’t believe him! What is he to do?
Marlow and the Monster is a beautifully presented hardcover children’s story. Illustrated with quill pen and ink by it’s author Sharon Cramer, only the monster is shown in vivid watercolor, because “Only children can see him.” And colorful he is!
While the monster isn’t very scary, Marlow is frustrated by his constant presence and mischief. Thus, he concocts a plan to get the monster out of his room for good. In the process, however, Marlow realizes that the monster really isn’t so bad. In fact, he may just want to be friends!
Everyone has their own fear to face. But as Marlow demonstrates, it’s all a matter of how you see through that fear. Many times you’ll find there’s nothing to be afraid of after all!
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