They are all here — Ogopogo, the Loch Ness Monster, the Yeti, and even some new acquaintances such as Cadborosauraus, the Tazelwurm, and the Yowie.
“The humourous, rhyming verse and colourful imagery of these poems suggest a high appeal to a younger audience.” — Canadian Content.
The humour in this inviting collection provides a catylist for the study of poetry and mythology.
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Bly, David. “Monster poems sure to delight every youngster in the house.” Calgary Herald . March 25, 1995.
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Haughian, Sheree. Canadian Book Review Annual (1995): 6211.
Ripley, Stephen. “Nightmare on College Drive.” The Endeavor . November 24, 1994. 8.
Spackman, Devin. “Monster book tickles kids' fears.” Lethbridge Herald . December 10, 1994. C4.
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