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The monster who lost his mean

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Published by Henry Holt in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stories in rhyme,
  • Fiction,
  • Conduct of life,
  • Monsters,
  • Self-acceptance

  • About the Edition

    Teased by the other monsters for being nice instead of mean, Onster prefers playing with children and helping them with their chores to frightening them.

    Edition Notes

    StatementTiffany Strelitz Haber ; illustrated by Kirstie Edmunds
    ContributionsEdmunds, Kirstie, ill
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ8.3.H1156 Mo 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25053849M
    ISBN 109780805093759
    LC Control Number2011029046

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The story is about a Monster who loses his one-of-a-kind M (thereby making him an Onster.)4/5. In the Press. Children's Review: The Monster Who Lost His Mean by Tiffany Strelitz Haber, illus.

by Kirstie Edmunds. Holt, $ (40p) ISBN Every monster carries a kind of genetic code that consists, conveniently, of the letters in "monster" ("Mean, Observant, Noisy, super Strong.

Sadly, the lime green, rectangular protagonist loses his "M" and his ability to be truly mean. Now he is "just The Onster." Without his "mean," he becomes the target of teasing and feels The monster who lost his mean book when he is caught by the monster pack doing good deeds and fitting in with the more kindhearted and accepting young humans.5/5(1).

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That said, while my kids did like this book and did ask for it a couple times, it wasn't one of their top 5 because it doesn't The monster who lost his mean book them laugh - but they're tough book critics!/5(48).

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Teased by the other monsters for being nice instead of mean, Onster prefers to play with children and help them with their chores rather than frighten them. The Monster Who Lost His Mean. By Kirstie Edmunds, Tiffany Strelitz Haber.

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Written by Tiffany Strelitz Haber. Illustrated by Kirstie Edmunds. Henry Holt and Co. Ages: Themes: Monsters, Friendship, Belonging. Synopsis: (from Tiffany Strelitz Haber’s site) The Monster Who Lost His Mean, is a fun, rhyming picture book about a monster who lost his “M.” When his “M” goes.

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