Morris the Mankiest Monster

Loveably disgusting. Like Whiffy Wilson with more snotballs. Giles Andreae is a star. Do you think you’ve met some yucky little monsters? Perhaps you’re one yourself. But Morris will be the muckiest little monster you’ve ever come across. His shoes are filled with squelchy stuff. Potatoes grow out of his pants. He’s sweet, charming… and really disgusting. Want to give him a hug? Jaunty rhymes plus truly monstrous artwork: this is one super-yucky story. More gross stuff to spot than you’d find lurking in your least favourite school dinner.

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  • loved it

    Morris is so dirty that he washes his hair in the loo and eat and drinks terrible things made out of snot and gloop! The pictures are great and this book made us all laugh – even my mum!

    Jacob, age 5

    15 March 2011

  • not for me

    it is not good for me

    15 February 2011

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    Giles Andreae

    Did you know that Giles Andreae is one of the most successful children’s authors working today – and he’s the creator of the iconic Purple Ronnie character?

    Awards

    Giles Andreae’s awards include the Red House Children’s Book Award for The Lion Who Wanted to Love, the Booktrust Early Years Award for I Love My Mummy, the Red House and Stockport Schools Award for Pants and the 2010 Sheffield Children’s Book Award for Morris the Mankiest Monster.

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    Sarah McIntyre

    Illustrator and author Sarah McIntyre is the fantastic creator of comics, picture books and fiction including You Can’t Eat a Princess and Pugs of the Frozen North.

    Awards

    Winner of the Winner of the Independent Bookshop Week Children’s Book of the Year for Pugs of the Frozen North. Sarah’s picture book awards include the 2010 Sheffield Children’s Book Award for Morris the Mankiest Monster.

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