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Tummy Monster

3.80  ·  Rating details ·  5 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Grr! Rumble! Grumble! This boy's tummy has turned into a monster! Will he ever be able to quiet the beast inside, or will it roar and roar and roar? Read to find out more! A rhyming eBook for readers ages 3-6.

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Published December 2nd 2013 by MeeGenius
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Jan 15, 2014 rated it really liked it
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We've all faced the "Tummy Monster" at one time or another, but for little ones it might not be as easy for them to diagnose the problem and find a cure, as one little boy discovers in Tummy Monster by Romelle Broas. When his "Tummy Monster" starts to grumble and growl he is embarrassed and tries various methods like singing to it and covering it with his jacket, but nothing seems to work. Will he ever be able to quiet the rumble in his tummy?

Tummy Monster is a whimsical rhyming story that will
Erik This Kid Reviews Books
Apr 04, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Grumble, grumble, RUMBLE!!! This boy is having some tummy troubles. His Tummy Monster won’t stop making noises! What can a kid do when a monster won’t keep quiet? This is getting quite embarrassing!

This is an extremely cute book - on a topic I haven’t seen before – growling tummies! Who hasn’t had one of those? The illustrations are awesome – they remind me a bit of Japanese Manga.

This is a good story for pre-schoolers, and kindergarteners. I like how the MeeGenius book has a READ TO ME format.
Lauri Meyers
Jan 14, 2014 rated it really liked it
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We've all been in the embarrassing situation where a noisy tummy has gotten us in trouble! After singing a lullaby doesn't work, the tummy's owner finds a way to and the monster away. The illustrations bring the story to life with a monstrous looking t-shirt. The audio is fun, especially with the grumble, rumble, grrs! ...more
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Romellē, [pronounced: RO-mah-lee] resides in San Francisco, California. She is published in children's magazines under the name of Romellē Guittap. Her writing has been featured in FACES, Skipping Stones, Stories for Children, and Boys Quest.

Raised in Hawaii, Romellē's childhood memories include sucking on sugarcane pulp, racing cockroaches, and riding her bike over mounds of red dirt hoping to p

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