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Hide and Shriek! (Mighty Mighty Monsters)

3.82 of 5 stars 3.82  ·  rating details  ·  17 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Before the monsters can play Hide and Seek, they need to make some rules. No flying like a vampire bat, no sniffing like a werewolf, and absolutely no magic!
Paperback, 48 pages
Published August 1st 2011 by Stone Arch Books
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Nicola Mansfield
The Mighty Mighty Monsters series already has six books out and I thought this was very clever and cute. These are the stories of the most famous monsters when they were kids living on Transylmania Street, before they grew up into their infamous roles. Everybody has a part in this book making it feel like the first, though the series is not numbered. Vlad the vampire does take centre stage as he's considered the leader by the children. They have a fun night of playing hide and seek in the neighb ...more
Holly Letson

I liked Witchita alot more in this one than in her story, *Homesick Witch*. In this one, Witchita is forbidden to use magic during the MMM's game of Hide-and-Seek, so she is easily found. But, later, the other MMM are begging her to use her magic to save Frankie. Witchita is declared the winner until another of the MMM speaks up that he was not found. That was a fun ending.
Jesse Baldwin
This is a fun book of hide and seek that has spooky twists in it.
Nancy Jo Lambert
In this title from the Mighty Mighty Monsters series, the monsters of Translymania play a friendly game of hide and seek, without magic. Of course, the game gets spooky and adventurous. As with the other title from this series that I reviewed, I really like the series, but the pictures are not the best. Still, kids are really going to enjoy these graphic novels!
again, its a good thing I like supernatural genre but this book was alright. monsters want to play hide and seek but find a krakken in the pond.
Cracked my 3rd grade son up. Pretty funny for a children's graphic novel.
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