Published September 2005
by Turtleback Books Distributed by Demco Media .
Written in English
|Contributions||Jack E. Davis (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
Monster Goose is a book that includes many short stories about characters including werewolves, pirates, kings, and spiders. About every other page is a new poem. This was a fun book that I enjoyed because it includes poems about all different kinds of characteristics/5. 63 rows This is a list of books from the Goosebumps book series written by R. L. Stine and . Monster Goose Nursery Rhymes is a delightful book for young kids (perhaps years old) and fun for parents too. It takes several well known nursery rhymes and twists them just a bit to pull in more fantastical creatures and put on the barest touch of sinister or scary. Each rhyme is shot, perhaps 4 or 6 lines, and this makes it easy for young /5(27). Monster Blood is the only book saga from the original series that would receive four installments. The span between this book and Monster Blood III is the longest time difference between sequels for the Monster Blood saga in the original Goosebumps series at 33 books. This book references Super Soaker, Brad Pitt, Jell-O and her: Scholastic.
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Monster Blood II is where Goosebumps started really infecting kids with the series' collectability. It was the first sequel, and the first to build on its own lore. It was a hit already, but I remember this being about the time the series took off and produced tons of offshoots like /5(33). Old Monster Goose has turned Mother Goose’s world of nursery rhymes inside out! Here she presents twenty-five deliciously disgusting new poems, filled with rodents and maggots, zombies and ghouls, spiders and, of course, monsters/5(27). The Real Mother Goose, originally published in , is a beautifully illustrated book collecting well-loved nursery rhymes for children. There are so many rhymes that the book is being split into sections for ease of navigation for our Cybercrayon readers. Monster Blood is the third book in the original Goosebumps book series, and the first book in the Monster Blood saga. It was first published in The book follows Evan Ross and his friend, Andy, who discover the disturbing secret about Monster Blood, novelty slime which makes people and animals grow bigger like book: Say Cheese and Die!