Review: Roly-Poly Monster by: Charity Tober, Illustrated by Andrew Tober


This cute and colorful rhyming book is an excellent way to introduce your child to the joys of reading. I can also see it as a fun bedtime story.

In this book, we follow a day in the life of Roly Poly Monster, from the time he rolls out of bed until he returns to bed to sleep for the night.

His day includes a visit to the playground and a trip to the beach with interesting ocean animals. The illustrations are vibrant and suit the Authors words, and are sure to delight your child.



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