Review of My Brother is a Monster: My Sister is a Monster. #Ad #Gifted.
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Wahoo the day is finally here that I can share with you all my latest Children’s book review of the Brand New My Brother is a Monster: My Sister is a Monster.
The new and latest edition to the Monstrous Me collection by liverpudlian author Natalie Reeves-Billing.
Me and the girls were super lucky to have been sent a copy of My Brother is a Monster – My Sister is a Monster before its release which happens to be today – 4th March.
The girls have thoroughly enjoyed these children’s books written by Natalie Reeves-Billing. They have quickly become a firm favourite and a solid choice for stories at bedtime.
Carrying on with the fun and clever element of a Flip perspective offering the readers a chance to get the perspective of why a sister believes her Brother is a monster, give the book a flip and you get the Brothers perspective of why he thinks his sister is a monster.
My Brother is a Monster.
My Brother is a Monster is part of the story which offers the story from the Sisters Perspective. We all know brothers can be horrible and smelly, a bit mean and want to play different games to girls.
I found My Brother is a Monster really fun, growing up with an older brother I remember how mean brothers can be sometimes, Natalie seems to put the perspectives across in a very relatable way, just like my girls can relate with My Sister is a monster, course they can there is 5 of them after all. If you’d like to know how I manage with 5 Daughters check it out here.
Going into details of how mean and the things her brother does which makes him monstrous. Natalie has done this in a fun and rhyming way and with amazing illustrations by Lisa Williams, children are bound to love the new addition to the monstrous me collection.
My Sister Is a Monster.
My Sister is a Monster was great for my girls, with them living in a household of 5 girls they can really relate to how the sister is monstrous. They have a laugh, joke and tease how their sibling is similar. Just like they all related with My Mummy is a Monster and My Daddy is a Monster.
My Sister is a Monster is written to give the perspective from the brother and why he says his sister is a Monster. From being Grandads Favourite (we all know this is kind of true) and how she tries to be the goody two shoes all the time.
My Brother is a Monster – My Sister is a Monster.
There is one fun activity in this Children’s book which my girls love, especially Pig and Titch, not just making the book do a somersault to read the next story but in My Brother is a Monster – My Sister is a Monster and has become a staple in the Monstrous me collection is looking out for the Monstrometers.
Monstrometers are a tool which help you to see hidden monsters. Just like in Natalie Reeves-Billing previous children’s books in the monstrous me collection, there has been the task of finding the pesky Monstrometers throughout the stories and it is the same in My Brother is a Monster- My Sister is a Monster too.
Don’t forget to check out Natalie Reeves-Billing website HERE and over on her social media platforms below.
If you are looking to add more Children’s Books to your collection here are a few other book reviews of mine below.
- The Rug Bear by Emma Rattray.
- The Cheeky Chimps go to the Opticians.
- What’s Going on? Asked Belinda Fitz-John.