Good Reads| The Monster’s Inside

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In just about every nursery rhyme that most of us have ever heard included a good little boy name Jack. The Jack from The Monsters Inside was also a good little boy but he had monsters inside. He was really no different from any other child but he allowed his “monsters” or should we say anger to show. This book help him to control his anger and keep the monsters inside..

This is an amazing book and very easy for young children between the ages of 3-7 to read over and over again. Children can not only  just read this book but learn how to control their anger.

Most violence in our country happens because people can’t control their anger. Can you imagine how this book can impact our world if kids that will eventually be adults can control their “monsters”?

About the Author:
Belinda O’Brien was born in Rockhampton, Australia and currently lives in her home town. She enjoys reading and loves exploring the different ways stories can be delivered through text and pictures. From an early age, she was always interested in creative writing and her favourite class in school was of course, English. Despite her love for all things books, she decided the world of business- advertising and marketing was where she belonged. Over the years, Belinda has run many companies – even her own – since graduating from high school in the year 2000. Since having children, she has found her love for writing, combined with her children’s love for story-time has made for some wonderful stories, chronicling their journey together. (Bio from Amazon)

Please note this website wasn’t paid to complete the review of The Monsters Inside.

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