Thursday 24 September 2015

Molly Maybe's Monsters: The Dappity-Doofer by Kristina Stephenson

C takes after his mum and dad and is a total bookworm. When we were offered the chance to review Molly Maybe's Monsters: The Dappity-Doofer, I jumped at the chance as C is a typical boy and loves monsters but also because we have and love one of Kristina Stephenson's other books - Sir Charlie Stinky Socks!

Firstly, I love the cover. The shiny front and circle where you can see the first page, I think, is really attractive to children. C certainly liked it!

The story is about a girl named Molly Maybe and her dog Waggy. Molly has a special treehouse that takes them to a world of monsters called Undermunder. They discover the Dappity-Doofer who is in a bit of a predicament. They need to help him find and retrieve something that he's lost and we see them go on an adventure and try to solve the monster's problem.

It's a really fun book and C loves pointing all the monsters out to me. As he's getting older, he tries to recite some lines which I love. We're coming across words that he's never heard before and he's adding them to his vocabulary. It's the perfect length for his age, three, and the bright and fun illustrations really kept his attention throughout.

Molly Maybe's Monsters: The Dappity-Doofer retails at £6.29 and it is available from Amazon

(Disclaimer: We received this book for the purpose of this review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.)

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