The monster bed
Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Books,
1st U.S. ed.
Little Dennis doesn't want to go to sleep because there might be something under his bed. Dennis isn't afraid of monsters--after all, he's a monster himself. He's afraid that "humans will get him. His mother says that humans are only in made-up stories, but Dennis is not convinced.
Rollicking rhyme and delightfully detailed illustrations make this story of a bedtime surprise the perfect book for little monsters.Dennis the monster is scared. What if humans creep under his bed during the night? Mama assures him that humans aren't real -- but just try telling that to the lost little boy who wanders into Dennis's cave one night!
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|Grouped Work ID||91a6f677-5877-1a13-ffb4-fb985f38706d|
|Grouping Title||monster bed|
|Grouping Author||willis jeanne|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-11-14 12:25:22PM|
|Last Indexed||2019-12-13 01:58:12AM|
|available_at_mcvsd||SD51 Wingate Elementary|
|detailed_location_mcvsd||SD51 Wingate Elem Easy|
|display_description||A little monster is afraid to go to bed because he thinks humans will get him while he is asleep.|
|owning_library_mcvsd||Mesa County Valley School Dist. 51|
|owning_location_mcvsd||SD51 Wingate Elementary|
|subject_facet||Bedtime -- Juvenile fiction|
Fear -- Juvenile fiction
Monsters -- Juvenile fiction
Stories in rhyme -- Juvenile fiction
|title_display||The monster bed|
|title_full||The monster bed / Jeanne Willis, Susan Varley|
|title_short||The monster bed|
Stories in rhyme