Sometimes, the scary thing that goes bump in the night is none other than your new baby sister!
“My Sister Is a Monster” is a tale of an older brother coming into terms with a new addition to the family; a family who is oblivious to the little monster living under their very roof.
Between all the kicks, screams, weird smells, and messes, this brother comes to find a new friend who he can go on all kinds of adventures with.
And before he knows it, apprehension and even fear turn into what this story is all about: unconditional love.
I chose to read this book after receiving a free e-copy from the author. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased.
My Sister is a Monster is a cute book about a little boy who has a new baby sister. He doesn’t understand why this little monster gets so much attention from everyone. All it does is poop and scream. As his little sister gets older, though, he learns to love her and realizes that she’s not such a monster after all.
This is a cute story with colorful pictures and rhyming text. It would be fun to read to young children but is a must-read for children who are about to have a baby brother or sister. My Sister is a Monster could help them understand that what seems to be an attention grabbing monster will soon be a sibling that they will truly love.
About the Author
Agnes Green is a passionate children’s book author, poetess, and mother, known for her uplifting, engaging storylines and relatable, lovable characters. To Agnes, children really are what her life is all about (her family, vocation, aspirations).
From her early childhood, Agnes had an affinity for the written word, which was fueled by her vivid imagination. About a decade ago, when searching for her oldest son’s first books, she decided to transform her passion into a vocation
Currently, Agnes serves as the Founder of the soon-to-launch independent publishing house, April Tale Books. Her debut book is in entitled “Today I’m a Monster.” In the near future, she will be releasing “The Perfect Potty Zoo” and “Ellie’s First Day in Class.” As a dedicated mother, she is a proud part of Parent’s Club, when kids and parents create crafts and read together.
When she isn’t crafting children’s stories, Agnes Green enjoys dancing, practicing yoga, and going on adventures. She also has an avid interest in psychology. Above all, she cherishes spending quality family time with her three beautiful children (a 10-year-old, 4-year-old, and 15-month-old). More often than not, her children influence her new story ideas and inspire her to be her best version daily.