“Both timely and terrifying.” ―Gregory Macguire, New York Times–bestselling author of Wicked Pairing free verse with over three hundred pages of black-and-white watercolor illustrations, Mary’s Monster is a unique and stunning biography of Mary Shelley, the pregnant teenage runaway who became one of the greatest authors of all time. In this story, "monsters" love chocolate, especially Love Monster. I really liked this book. The Love Monster is back and has a problem with which I can truly identify. Love Monster is a slightly hairy monster trying to fit in with the cuddly residents of Cutesville.
The next big shock is being told by Kurou himself that she is his fiancée! On one hand I like it and think it is really cute while on the other hand I think it is a little bit depressing. Very funny illustrations such as the “non-cute fancy dress shop”. (Read from right to left) Love the story? The story is short and depending on what you like in a book, that could be good or bad, but I liked it. Be the first to contribute! Who wouldn't light up and think it was his lucky day? When Love monster arrives home from holiday to find a box of chocolates on his doorstep, this is the dilemma he faces, he knows he should share, but what if there aren't enough to go round? Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Fun read. [ I read this story 7 or 8 times.
Be the first to ask a question about Love Monster and the Last Chocolate. I loved the first Love Monster book, so I was very excited to hear that there were others! There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
How cool! Despite being a white crow monster, she is actually quite useless, often needing someone else to save her in times of trouble. Love Monster returns home from vacation to find a box of chocolates on his doorstep. It makes you unique, special, and beautiful in your own way! They were childhood friends. Next morning she finds the Love Monster lying on her bed. Very cute story little story about a non-cuddly denizen of Cutesville who leaves in search of finding someone to love him despite his differences. My 2-year-old loves to read along "he yooked high, he yooked yow, he yooked middle-ish!" He thinks he should share them – but who wants to share their chocolates? Seven years after the Monsterpocalypse, Joel Dawson (Dylan O’Brien), along with the rest of humanity, has been living underground ever since giant creatures took control of the land. So he goes off to find his love. Early Childhood Literacy Pre-kindergarten, Readers' Most Anticipated Books of November. Rack up 500 points and you'll score a $5 reward for more movies. There is something so adorable sweet about this little fellow. I must have read it about 200 times and I still enjoy it.