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Little Monster Did It! [Paperback]

Helen Cooper
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Book Description

1 Sep 1996

It was quiet and peaceful in Amy's house... until Little Monster arrived!

Little Monster loves Amy, but he doesn't love the new baby. He starts doing very naughty things. And Amy gets the blame.

An enchanting and funny story - with a wonderfully mischievous main character!

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  • Paperback: 32 pages
  • Publisher: Corgi Childrens; New Ed edition (1 Sep 1996)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0552528277
  • ISBN-13: 978-0552528276
  • Product Dimensions: 25.7 x 21.3 x 0.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 27,461 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"A lovely, warm, funny book, just right for reading aloud. Helen Cooper's paintings use soft colours and her characters have a convincing, lived-in quality" (The School Librarian)

"A handy alter-ego for children experiencing the first pangs of sibling rivalry, and for parents with new babies in the family it could be as useful as visits from the midwife" (Independent)

"Recommended reading for jealous siblings" (Your Family)

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An enchanting and funny story dealing with the arrival of new babies.

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5.0 out of 5 stars New Baby Brother Blues 24 Dec 2003
This is the story of adjusting to a new baby brother. The "monster" toy is naughty and jealous of the new baby and gets the blame for various incidents. As with all Helen Cooper books the story and pictures are wonderful and a real joy to read to all siblings. The story ends .... but that would spoil the story. In summary another wonderful Children's story from Helen Copper
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2.0 out of 5 stars Not in the same league 1 Jan 2013
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I have read all the pumpkin soup stories, which are exceptionally good (my little 3 year old loves them). however, this did not deliver, I found the story lacking and had no affiliation with the characters.
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5.0 out of 5 stars For 'little monsters' everywhere... 1 Jun 2009
I have lost count how many times I have read this book with my son.
Purchased it last year to complete the rest of our collection of Helen Cooper storybooks...we love her.
Great illustrations & fab storyline,we bought the book a month or so before our second baby was due.
The story is based around a little monster who does not love the new baby but loves Amy the big sister, and he gets up to all sorts of tricks, with Amy taking the blame, has a lovely ending.
What I like about Helen Cooper's work, is that not every page has wording on it - leaving yourself & your child discussing the scenario's on the 'illustration only' pages.
Really funny story, will be reading it to my daughter too when she's old enough. HIGHLY RECOMMEND
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By geek536
I saw this book recommended for dealing with the birth of a new baby, and was hoping it would help explain to my 2 year old about how to cope with the emotions he was feeling on the birth of his brother(and perhaps reduce the level of tantrums and bad behaviour). What it seemed to do was give him more ideas about how to gain attention. He had never come into our bed and wet himself until reading about it in this book, so the book (rather than the little monster) had to go. I felt the message at the end was too subtle for the age of my son - if he'd been older perhaps he'd have realised the behaviour of the elder sister wasn't acceptable, rather than viewing her as a role model.
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5.0 out of 5 stars When your little monster has a little sibling 12 July 2001
By Laura Arnow - Published on
This is the perfect book for a young child on the arrival of a sibling. When mom and dad head off to the hospital to have the baby, they give the older sister a toy monster. Little do they guess the trouble Little Monster will cause! Wry illustrations designed as much for parents as for children, and a charming story about how even little monsters can learn to live with tiny babies.
5.0 out of 5 stars Conflicts 18 Feb 2012
By Annamarie Squailia - Published on
In every relationship there will be times when conflicts arise. The mother tried to avoid a conflict by giving her daughter a stuffed toy to take care while she is taking care of the baby. But it did not work.
The little girl didn't like how her parents time, laps, and bed were not just for her. She had to learn how to share and she didn't want to. She liked the way it was before the baby. But once she decided to start helping out things start getting better.
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