Monster Ballet

Written by Curtis L. Cornell
Illustrated by Christopher Chico


Book Blurb

For the first time ever, human beings of all ages have a chance to witness the Monster Ballet. It is a rare spectacle indeed, for only one night a year do the monsters dare be so bold. Peek behind the curtain to see the Monster Ballet. It is one show you won’t want to miss!

Monster Ballet is a fun, rhyming 36-page picture book with a unique, interactive ending. It is excellent for ages 3-7 and makes for a memorable read aloud.

My Review

Monster Ballet is a delightful story about witches and goblins and all that are scary, but are they really? Once a year they hold a Monster Ballet.

The rhyming lines tell the story of the once a year ballet performed by monsters in a fun way that is sure to have children giggling. The story is well thought out and written in such a way to soothe children’s fears and give them something to laugh about. The book is beautifully illustrated depicting charming monsters on each page. This non-scary book is sure to become a favorite with both children and their parents.

I highly recommend Monster Ballet to children from three to seven years of age and to their parents and teachers.

This book was gifted to me by the author.

About the Author

Curtis L. Cornell is an elementary school teacher and founder of Generations Legacy, a nonprofit that will serve as a school to provide a high-quality education for low income families in Los Angeles. Curtis is also the author of exciting youth fantasy adventure novels that comprise the Serenium Series, and additionally has created many educational resources. You can find out more about Curtis and his works at curtislcornell.com.

To Purchase the Book

http://www.chaplainpublishing.com/product/monster-ballet/

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