Saturday, July 07, 2012

My Monster Burrufu Book Review

My Monster Burrufu
Today's review is about "My Monster Burrufu" is a sweet story about friendships. 'My Monster Burrufu' is a story of fear overcome, a curse, and a most unusual monster who learns from a little girl how to trust his heart.


Seven year old Olivia moves into a new house.  A new house with a cookie eating monster!  (Did you know a monster in the house is good luck? Yup yup!!  Olivia's Dad says so!) 

This is a cute little story written by Alberto Corral with adorable illustrations by Alessandra Sorrentino.

The story is a great imagination building story while helping to build important values. My Monster Burrufu is a book full of adventures and life long friendship.

Olivia's friendship with the grumpy, "been alone too long", Burrufu is a heart warming story.

This would make a great summer reading book for kids of all ages.  
Burrufu and Olivia

This would be an awesome book for your child that is just learning to read.  My Monster Burrufu would keep your child engaged and excited to continue reading the story.

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This book is available on Amazon for $8.99



2 comments:

  1. Oh how cute the granddaughters would get a real kick out of this book. Thanks for sharing. Oh thanks for the help on the other thing you were helping me with this week-end. =)

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  2. Looks like an adorable book!

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