This as an adorable book that I had the opportunity to review with my little guy. My Monster on Top of the Bed is an adorable story which all children are going to love. Because my kiddo doesn't use electronics yet, we read the paperback version. He is just enthralled with the story because he LOVES monsters! 
     The Monster on Top of the Bed is actually a family a family of books, audio books, and activity guides that you and your child can use together. They help your kiddo banish their fear of monsters, but also learn to count, color, and strengthen their phonics. 

     Although my child does not use electronics, I checked out the Kindle version of this book. It is absolutely awesome and takes advantage of all the latest technology. This is not the normal, "turn the page and read" kid's book. The Kindle version of My Monster on Top of the Bed has many cute functions that will keep your child interested and learning as they read.
     While reading, your kiddo has the ability to double click any word in the story, and see it pop up in large format. 

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ONCE UPON A TIME there was a little girl named Suzy, who used to jump up and down on her bed having just a great time. This scared a young critter named Karrit who lived under Suzy’s bed. But, Karrit heard Suzy do all sorts of nice things for people, and he wanted her to be his friend. Still, Suzy ate strange things like cakes made out of pans (pancakes) and the toes of toemays (tomatoes) and—he couldn’t believe it—he heard her talk about eating something truly horrendous. 
One day Karrit heard Suzy tell her mother that she was lonely and needed a friend. Because of that Karrit decided to visit Suzy, and Suzy got to meet him. At first Suzy was scared of Karrit. After all, he had red, scaly legs, and a blue nose, but he seemed a little scared too. Suzy treated Karrit the way that she would want to be treated if she had gone to his house. 
Suzy figured out what was confusing Karrit, and she was sorry to have scared him. She showed him a hotdog (she didn’t eat dogs that were hot) a tomato (she didn’t eat the toes of matoes) and a carrot (she definitely didn’t eat Karrits). 
Suzy made Karrit feel that she liked him, and that she wanted him to be happy. Because of that, the two of them played. They kept getting to know each other better until one day they both realized that they didn’t have to be afraid of each other, and that it was a mistake for each of them to think the other was a “monster.” Suzy and Karrit became best friends, and neither was afraid of monsters again. 

     The graphics in this book are just so beautifully done. As a mom, there are certain books that I have read a million and one times. This will be one of those books, and I will love it each time. 
     To order your copy, click the Amazon link below! 
Disclosure: The author of this blog received compensation in the form of free product in exchange for a fair and unbiased review. All opinions are 100% that of the author's.



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