by W. Lyon Martin © 2008
Magical Child Books
ISBN 978-0979683459
32 pages
$16.95 (U.S.)
Reviewed by: Mike Gleason

Lyon Martin met a lady who shared a poem she learned from her grandmother. That poem inspired this book.

Thomas is being stalked by monsters at night. He can’t see them, but he can see their eyes in the dark. A plan is made to catch them. A trap is set – and triggered. Then the “monsters” are revealed as.Nope, I’m not telling. You need to get this book and share it with your little ones. It is a positive approach to childhood anxieties, as well as a fun story.

The illustrations, although some of them are dark (hey, it’s bedtime and lights out) are not in the least threatening, and because of their softness and depth of detail, will entertain your child almost as much as the story itself.

I highly recommend this book, as well as others by the same author. Her books are fun, the bindings are library reinforced (so they will hold up for the long run), and are printed on recycled paper.



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