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Eat Your People!

Eat Your People!

Do you think vegetables are yucky? Just wait until you see what Monty the Monster has on his plate!

This hilarious tale of fussy eating in the Monster household is guaranteed to get children giggling.

Monty definitely does NOT want to eat his people. He’ll eat his vegetables – every single one! – but he will not eat his people.
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Genre: Children's, Teenage & Educational / Picture Books, Activity Books & Early Learning Material / Picture Books / Picture Storybooks

On Sale: 11th August 2016

Price: £11.99

ISBN-13: 9781408330333

Reviews

This brightly coloured, large hardback is a 'monstrously' funny tale of difficult mealtimes with fussy offspring but is a clever twist on the classic parental problem. The concept may appeal to younger readers who will enjoy the vivid illustrations.
The English Association
In a funny twist on the picky eater story, this is a lighthearted way of broaching the tricky 'eat your vegetables' issue!...my little boy absolutely loved it and wanted to hear it again and again!
The Bookbag
A hilarious story, superbly illustrated and perfectly written
Parents In Touch
An hilarious tale of fussy eating in the monster household
Angels & Urchins
This story is definitely one to be read aloud and will be done so with glee by parents and children alike
School Librarian
Bright, bold and childlike illustrations, brimming with humorous details (small, obviously inedible, people's shoes on a plate's edge; Monty hiding people under his broccoli) accompany this entertaining twist on the 'eat-your-greens' cautionary tale: picky eaters be warned!
Book Trust
What a yummy tale...The telling (largely in dialogue) is spot on, the pacing ditto and Wojtowycz's illustrations are guaranteed to bring on a side spitting response from all humans, child or adult.
Red Reading Hub
Will have every child thinking again about eating their vegetables ... children will love the bold and brash illustrations of this wickedly adorable monster family
South Wales Evening Post