Books are a great way to help growing children learn about important concepts and ideas, and even develop a familiarity with different things, and if it is monsters on your mind, getting your hands on some monster picture books could be a good idea.
Adding a few monster books to your toddler’s collection can not just help boost his vocabulary, but can also help him tackle his fears of the ‘monster under the bed’ or ‘in the closet’ which a lot of growing children struggle with.
And here’s helping you with just that. Read on to discover some of the best monster books for kids you can get your hands on.
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Children’s Monster Books To Read Together
Time to dive right into it folks! Here are the best monster books to get your hands on, and read together.
Never Touch a Monster
Never Touch a Monster is the perfect monster themed book to introduce to your little one. It is a touch and feel book that has a funny rhyme and storyline to promote the love for reading in your toddler.
How to Catch a Monster
One of the biggest bestsellers, this one has some of the most beautiful and colorful illustrations. Another must have!
There’s a Monster in Your Book
This one’s another super interactive and interesting book for early readers, and features an adorable little monster.
The Joy of Cookies: Cookie Monster’s Guide to Life
You will love this Cookie monster book which shares the cookie monsters guide to life!
Monsters Love Underpants
A super funny and playful picture book for kids. You just can’t go wrong with this one.
Hey, That’s MY Monster!
This monster under the bed story has won several awards- and hearts!
With cute illustrations and interesting storyline, Love Monster will keep your little one hooked!
Tease Monster: A Book About Teasing Vs. Bullying
Tease Monster is the perfect book for elementary students- centered around helping them understand the difference between teasing and bullying.
Today I’m a Monster
Today I’m a Monster is an excellent children’s book that has a great message. It talks about anger and tolerance.
With rhyming text and super fun illustrations, Birthday Monsters is another good choice when you’re looking for monster books for kids.
The Monster at the End of This Book
The grover monster book is a great one to read with kids and one I enjoyed reading to my daughter when she was younger.
The Color Monster: A Pop-Up Book of Feelings
This monster book for kids is a great way to talk about emotions and feelings in a fun and easy manner.
My Monster Farts
This is a super funny monster book all about a monster who farts! Need I say any more!
Glad Monster, Sad Monster
Glad monster, sad monster is a children’s monster book that talks about feelings and this is a great way to encourage children to do the same!
Monsters, Inc. Read-Along Storybook and CD
If you love Mike and Sulley from Monsters Inc, then you will enjoy this Monsters Inc read-along story book. It tells the story of the Disney movie and it’s one the kids will love.
The Tantrum Monster
This monster story is about a sulky monster who likes to tantrum. Lessons can be learnt from this toddler book and the illustrations are super cute.
Tickle Monster Book
The tickle monster book is a fun book and one kids will relate to if they have a tickle monster in their life. Enjoy this monster story book today!
Don’t Touch This Book!
The kids will love this monster book. It’s super entertaining and engaging and one you can read over and over again.
Monsters Get Scared of the Dark, Too
This is a great book about monster being scared of the dark. Monsters don’t have to be scary and have feelings, worries and fears too!
Have you seen our post of silly and cute Monster Crafts? Check It Out?
About Angela Milnes
Angela Milnes is a Qualified Early Years Teacher who has specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has a wealth of experience teaching young children and is passionate about kids crafts and having fun as a family. Angela has also taught cooking skills and loves to share both family recipes and easy instant pot recipes here on The Inspiration Edit. Follow her on Pinterest!
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