Book Monster Review and Giveaway

Ralphie gives a book review on "The Book Monster"

The Book Monster Review & Giveaway

The time has arrived! It is time for Ralphie’s Book Review of Emily Waisanen’s children’s book titled “The Book Monster.”  It is such an enjoyable book. As you can see I have my nose buried in the book in the photo above. When you read this book you will learn about the variety of books that the Book Monster loves to eat. You will also discover one of his favorite places to munch on books. Plus, you will find the tastes and flavors of books that the monster enjoys the most. Who knew books could be so delicious and have such distinct flavors?

Ralphie reads The Book Monster

Munch, munch, munch on tasty books

Here’s a little peek at the book-hungry monster dining to his heart’s delight on books of his liking. The clever writing style and lighthearted humor of this book will bring plenty of enjoyment to readers young and old alike.

Ralphie reading The Book Monster

Where is the monster going to……

The illustrations compliment the story very well. They are filled with bright colors and humor that matches perfectly with Emily’s writing style of the book. Here is one of my favorite parts in the book. The wide open illustration on the pages give you the feeling of an expanse of delicious books as far as the eye can see. Can you guess where the book monster is? It is one of his favorite places to find yummy books to eat.

Book Monster Author Emily Waisanen

Photograph by Kristel Stephany of Capture the Moment
Photography of Oakfield, WI

Emily Waisanen – The author

Here’s Emily and she’s offering a free copy of her book to one lucky reader who leaves a comment at this blog post. This book giveaway is only open to US residents and you must leave a comment by 11:59pm CST on March 7th, 2013. Each person who leaves a comment will be entered into a drawing and one lucky winner will be announced on Christine’s birthday, March 8th.

Book Monster Giveaway

Contest Closed! But please feel free to comment.

Please leave a comment about your favorite book from your childhood. And yes, I did say that the winner will be announced on Christine’s birthday. On March 8th, another giveaway begins. She’s planning on having a giveaway of a set of her cute fridge magnets for her birthday. Stay tuned and please remember to leave a comment sharing your favorite book from your childhood for a chance to win a copy of “The Book Monster.”

Winner Announcement!

Emily’s book is published by Orange Hat Publishing, which is a name you will hear about again in the months ahead. You can purchase Emily’s book on Amazon or directly from her. Please visit her Facebook page, Emily Waisanen Author to learn more about Emily and her book. You can also find out where she will be doing book signings and other fun book events that she will be participating in.

About christine

A watercolor and sculpture artist and avid crafter/designer. Working creatively with my hands is what gives me joy and contentment and makes me want to get up in the morning.
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16 Responses to Book Monster Review and Giveaway

  1. Jeanette says:

    My favorite book as a child is Green Eggs and Ham by Dr Seuss.

  2. Ginny Diezel says:

    Books – the keys to success! My books have always been among my most treasured possessions. I still have nearly all of my faves from childhood – they’re antiques now! When I find someone who has read the Miss Minerva books, or Uncle Wiggly, it makes my day! If all children grew up listening to books being read to them, and then learned to read for themselves, the world would be a much better place. Books are your life’s companions. With them, you are never alone. Without them, well…….you miss out on a world whose size cannot be measured!

  3. Caroline says:

    My favorite childhood book was the Cat in the Hat!! I remember thinking how will he get out of the jams he was in!! And you can’t forget the fish and thing one and thing two!

  4. Barbara Nelson says:

    I was a slow reader, so my mother borrowed Dr. Seuss books and I poured through them. But once I was reading chapter books, I’d go to the library and borrow the Raggedy Ann and Andy series by Johnny Gruelle. I also read every Nancy Drew that I could get my hands on. I liked browsing encyclopedias too. I was a weird kid, but as an adult, unbeatable at Trivial Pursuit. (No need to enter me in the contest since I don’t have a little one in my life to share it with right now.)

  5. Brenda Kalafut says:

    My favorite childhood book was Never Tease a Weasel by Jean Soule. I still love it!

  6. Cheryl Causey says:

    The Three Billy Goat’s Gruff has been a long time favorite of mine & it became a favorite of my oldest son as a child. 🙂

  7. Danielle says:

    I loved “Run Away Marie Louise” when I was little. At that particular age (around 5), I was always running away from home when I was mad and trying to move into the tree in our front yard!

  8. Renee says:

    The Snowy Day!!!

  9. Ashley Harrison says:

    My favourite childhood book was Matilda by Roald Dahl. Amazing story.

  10. Kate says:

    My favorite childhood book was “Madeline” by Ludwig Bemelmans. There are so many cute Madeline stories. I even had a little Madeline doll -with a scar on her side from her hospital visit and all! 🙂

  11. Stephanie says:

    My favorite book as a child was any of the Fancy Nancy books

  12. Beth Figlewicz says:

    My favorite books were the Bobsey Twins–they were my mom’s books and she shared her love of reading to me, and it meant so much that they once belonged to my mom. I hope I have passed on my love of reading to my children and grandchildren

  13. Kristi says:

    My favorite books were The Boxcar Children. They were my brother’s books when he was a kid and I grew to love the mystery stories and couldn’t wait to read more of them.

    • christine says:

      The Boxcar Children was one of my favorite series too. I think one of my teachers used to read those to our class. I loved hearing about them living in a boxcar and how they made use out of the things they found.

  14. I think Emily’s book looks like it will be loved by all lucky enough to read it. I think one of my favorite books was “Johnny Appleseed.” Kind of magical to a child how a tiny seed can grow to a pretty apple. I wish Emily lots of luck and joy with her Children’s book.

  15. Jeanna R says:

    My favorite book was Horton Hatches the Egg. I used to read it to my neighbors all the time when I babysat. I now read it to my own child. It is so inspirational.

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