Witty, Empowering Book to Keep Kids (Happily) Compliant!
Written from the masterful imagination of Roochi Sahi, 'When Do Monsters Come?' takes young readers into the lives of siblings Bella and Ethan, whose resistance to everyday occurrences summons a series of quirky monsters. But Mum has a secret to make them go away, shared with readers through rhyming, thought-provoking stories. This is a relatable book unlike anything else on the market, and one that will keep kids good, willingly!
Wear your coat!
Don't be rude!
Cut your nails!
Wash your hair!
Clean your hands!
Mum can now stop screaming.
Bella and Ethan learnt about the stories that made monsters come... Thankfully, Mum also held the key to the secret to make the monsters who come, go away for good!
They just might listen after these rhyming, witty stories of Monsters that come when children are resisting every day occurrences.
These relatable stories take your child on a journey of imagination and contemplation, and allows them to realise the satisfaction they can feel in surrendering to simple, everyday necessities. This is compliance at its best!
From the Author:
About the concept
This book aims to replace misbehaviour in children with new skills - coping skills, emotional skills and imaginative growth mind-set skills. The result is a positive behaviour shift, where healthy development emerges.
To appeal to young minds, I have created more than just a book. I have gone beyond the core story to produce a number of other resources such as free colouring and activity worksheets, a catchy song to learn and a dance video that brings the story to life. Music creates confidence, nurtures discipline, strengthens memory skills and accelerates brain development, and forms part of the 'When Do Monsters Come?' umbrella.
Publisher: Grosvenor House Publishing Ltd
Number of pages: 32
Weight: 127 g
Dimensions: 280 x 216 x 2 mm