“I’m Professor LeGrand, of LeGrand University—the world’s foremost expert on monster diversity. Some monsters are charming; as guests they’re enjoyed. But the ones I’ll describe are best to avoid.”
Come along with Professor LeGrand as he warns readers about the outrageous habits and appalling behavior of thirteen mischievous monsters whom the creature teacher hopes the readers never have to meet. There’s the…
Scarce Sissyfoos: They live in dark wells by old country roads and dine on wet sneakers and unlucky toads.
Mess Monsters: They should not be let in; they’ll paint pudding pie murals depicting a pig, stick bubble-gum wads in your aunt’s silver wig.
Hedge-Standing Snit: Be extremely careful while clipping your hedges—don’t snip a Snit’s hair with your clipper edges, for a fit-throwing Snit can be greatly unkind, and won’t be content until he’s bit your behind!