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Natalie Fieldhouse, Independent Usborne Organiser


Monsters colouring and activity book

Monsters colouring and activity book

Colouring and activity books
Monsters colouring and activity book

  • A marvellous medley of monsters to colour, from the micro to the mighty.
  • There are munchy monsters midnight-feasting, and bogeymonsters under the bed; terrible trolls and howling werewolves, as well as monsters of myth and legend.
  • Also contains drawing and doodling activities including designing and naming monsters, writing a mini-monster tale, and escaping the Minotaur’s maze.
“Quality colouring books with a difference.”
Creative Steps
“More than just a colouring book...a must-have for any monster-mad child, with plenty of educational value as well.”
First4Dads

Paperback:

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Extra information

Key Stage: KS2; Age 7+

BIC: C2L79

Paperback:
ISBN: 9781409566403
32 pages
305 x 238mm

Illustrator: Candice Whatmore

Kirsteen Robson

Kirsteen has been at Usborne since 1997, coming from a background in music, education, and religious publishing. In that time, she has written and edited over 300 titles, ranging from board books and flashcards to dictionaries and encyclopedias, on themes as diverse as chess, vampires, gerbils and microscopes. Most recently she has been busy writing practice, puzzle, sticker and activity books to engage, entertain and educate children at all ages and stages.

Kirsteen Robson

Press reviews

Learn how to draw a werewolf, the Loch Ness Monster of one of the creatures lurking under the bed; create a monster menu and finish a spooky story.
Family Interest Magazine
Should keep children happy for hours as they explore a “marvellous medley of monsters old and new”. The bold illustrations and interesting activities make this much more than a colouring book. A great choice for half-term holidays.
Little Parachutes magazine
Lovely quality and Usborne at its creative best. It is full of monsters to colour and lots of drawing and doodling activities. You can design a monster menu, learn how to draw the Loch Ness monster, city monsters and werewolves. It’s all great, silly, imaginative fun! Hours of entertainment that will last long past Halloween.
Book Reviews for Mums blogs
This book is far more than just a colouring book... There are many other activities to stretch your child's imagination, including for example, adding their own drawings and doodles, making up a monster menu, creating their own monsters, writing a monster story, and even escaping a Minotaur maze! ...In our opinion, a must-have for any monster-mad child, with plenty of educational value as well as masses of activities to stimulate their imagination and creative side.
First4Dads
For children who enjoy colouring and activity books, the latest series from Usborne fits the bill perfectly. Produced on thick paper giving an excellent surface to draw and colour on, the books are packed with interesting facts and tips. The Football Colouring Book includes pages on designing your own kit, banners and flags as well as a variety of football-based puzzles. The Dinosaur Colouring Book features lots of different dinosaurs and includes step-by-step instructions on how to draw them. Age 3 years +. We say...quality colouring books with a difference.
Creative Steps