Do you know New York City? The City So Nice They Named it Twice attracts people from all over the worldeven little monsters! Did you know that? Monsters are masters of camouflage who can easily hide in plain sight. They lie low among the dinosaur bones in the American Museum of Natural History, go incognito in Times Square and even pay a visit to Lady Liberty! Have fun spotting them all as you explore some of the Big Apple's most iconic landmarks and sights, including the Empire State Building, the Central Park Zoo, 5th Avenue, the Brooklyn Bridge, Grand Central Station, the rink at Rockefeller Center and the Thanksgiving Day Parade.
About the Author
Anne Paradis is the publisher of Chouette Publishing. She is the author of Caillou: Little Artist, Caillou: Search and Count and Caillou: My Body.
Lucile Danis Drouot divides her considerable artistic talent between graphic design and illustration. She has loved children’s books for as long as she can remember, and has illustrated several of them in Europe and in Canada. Born in France, she now calls Montreal home.
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New York City Monsters: A Search-and-Find Book based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
New York City Monsters, is a fabulous book by Anne Paradis. It is a search and find book, so on each page you have numerous monsters to discover, hidden within the illustrations, (it does tell you on each page how many monsters you need to find). Throughout the book you get to visit, Brooklyn Bridge, Times Square, Rockefeller Center Ice Rink, Thanksgiving Day Parade, plus many more places of interest. The book is filled will beautiful, brightly coloured illustrations drawn by Lucile Danis Drouot. They really capture the essence of the city, and the popular tourist attractions within. Young children will have so much fun with this book. Older children won’t find it too boring, or babyish for them either, as some of the monsters are quite difficult to find, it too me quite a while to find a few of them!! Whether you have been to New York or not, or are a fan of the city or not, this book is extremely enjoyable, and well worth five stars.