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Snap! Snap!

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In the hairy, scary darkness, little Sally is kidnapped by a great hairy green monster. He takes her off to meet lots of other scary monsters who all want to Gobble Her Up! But Sally knows exactly what to do, she biffs one of the monsters on the nose with her teddy bear and then takes them all out to Play! This book is beautifully illustrated in Dr Martin's water-colours.
Paperback, 32 pages
Published October 30th 2004 by Egmont Books (UK) (first published October 8th 1984)
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Dec 22, 2012 Magila rated it it was amazing

There was something simple and fun about this book. The onomonopia succeeds throughout the story, and the pictures were simple and pleasant.

A few books are about children overcoming fear of the dark and monsters. This one is almost as good as Go Away, Big Green Monster. Where Green Monster disassembles the monster and makes it less scary, this book features a clever little girl and dopey, scardy-cat monsters.

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Colin Hawkins (1945) was born in Blackpool, England, and won a scholarship to art school at the age of thirteen. He and his wife, Jacqui Hawkins, produced their first children’s book, Witches, in 1981 and over one hundred titles have followed since then.
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