Reviewed in the United States on January 24, 2021
Brave Kelsey always knows just what her brother, Thomas, needs – bandages, sandwiches, and help finding lost teddy bears. But there is one thing that Kelsey is afraid of, Monsters. So, when the monsters who live under the bed take Thomas’ beloved lullaby box, she must face her fears to get the box back or there will be no sleep in their home.
The relationship between the siblings develops through dialog in six short chapters. Kelsey discovers that the little monsters are a lot like her brother. They also need snacks, stories, and lullabies to get to sleep.
You should add this to your bedtime shelf because:
This book appeals to the picture book crowd as well as children just learning to read.
The monsters are darling and have their own little personalities. Children will enjoy drawing their own bedtime monsters based on the ones in this book.
Kids will laugh as they recognize their own bedtime routines.