Friday, June 22

Monster Name Competition! Win a signed copy of The Monster Machine!!!

Monster Name Competition!!

Name the monsters and win a signed copy of The Monster Machine!
(A monster picture book by Nicola L Robinson, published by Pavilion Children's Books)

Yellow Monster and Little Orange Monster are tired of being called Yellow Monster and Little Orange Monster, they want real names, something a bit more exciting! So they  are holding a competition to find them. The winner, as selected by Yellow Monster and Little Orange Monster wins a signed copy of 'The Monster Machine'. 

Send your monster name suggestions for the two monsters to (including your name!) 

Closing Date 27th July 2012

Winner will be notified by email. Good luck!

You can also enter via the competition page on the Monster Machine Website

Friday, June 8

'The Monster Machine', A picture book for Dad's!

Dad and his son, characters from 'The Monster Machine'.

Father's Day is fast approaching again! If you are looking for a picture book to mark the occasion 'The Monster Machine' is a great Dad book.  (As well as a Monster book)

From the back cover - 

'My Dad is an inventor… he has just finished his latest and greatest invention. The Monster Machine!' A story of fun, inventions and all the monster mischief you can imagine. A great message about having fun and working together, beautifully illustrated with masses to look for on every page, a wonderful text to read aloud. (Approximately 350 words.)

This is a book packed full of monsters and machinery and making things, but at its heart is a small boy and his Dad. (and a little dog too)

Published by Pavilion Children's Books and available now wherever books are sold... online and offline. 

Also directly from Anova Books store

Buy from Amazon here

Father's Day 2012 is Sunday 17th June in the UK.
The Monster Machine - Front Cover - look at all those eyes!

Thursday, June 7

Here be Monsters! - Creative Nottingham

Just before all the jubilee celebrations and street parties and boat rides kicked off last weekend the nice people over at Creative Nottingham took the time to do an article about The Monster Machine, I'd like to thank Helen Laird for her post!

You can read it here - Here Be Monster's...

Creative Nottingham Website