The Monstore by Tara Lazar (Aladdin/ Simon & Schuster, Summer 2013)
The Onster by Tiffany Strelitz Haber (Henry Holt/ Macmillan, Spring 2012)
Monster Speller by Robert Marsh (Stone Arch Books, 2011)
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Even Monsters Need Haircuts by Matthew McElligott
(Walker Books for Young Readers, July 2010)
Just before midnight, on the night of a full moon, a young barber stays out past his bedtime to go to work. Although his customers are mostly regulars, they are anything but normal - after all, even monsters need haircuts. Business is steady all night, and this barber is prepared for anything with his scissors, rotting tonic, horn polish, and stink wax. It's a tough job, but someone's got to help these creatures maintain their ghoulish good looks. This is a story about a boy who follows in his father's footsteps...in his own monstrously unique way.
Bedtime Monster by Heather Ayris Burnell
(Raven Tree Press, September 2010)
A little boy does not want to go to bed and throws a tantrum. He grows horns and a tail until his parents tame the little bedtime monster.
If You're A Monster And You Know It
Welcome to Monster Town
(Henry Holt and Company, July 2010)
As soon as the sun sets on Monster Town, creatures of all kinds go to work. So hop on the Ghoul Bus and see for yourself who inhabits this ghoulish town. Dr. Cyclops, Postmaster Skeleton, Frank N. Stein, Dr. Mummy, Captain Witch, and many other monster friends—including a junior monster-in-training—will welcome you with open arms!
Alpha Oops: H is for Halloween (Alphaoops!)
(Candlewick Press, July 2010)
The Patterson Puppies and the Midnight Monster Party
(Candlewick Press, May 2010)