Frogosaurus Vs. The Bog Monster

Funny, lighthearted monster stories that are perfect for young readers, brought to us by the esteemed Dr Roach.Twins Sammy and Tammy love the quiet Boggy Marshes near their home They re full of strange creatures and creepy plants But a local business tycoon named Maximus Sneer has a plan to drain the marshes dry and cover them with houses, stores, and parking lots WhenFunny, lighthearted monster stories that are perfect for young readers, brought to us by the esteemed Dr Roach.Twins Sammy and Tammy love the quiet Boggy Marshes near their home They re full of strange creatures and creepy plants But a local business tycoon named Maximus Sneer has a plan to drain the marshes dry and cover them with houses, stores, and parking lots When the twins hear about it, they quickly get to work protesting Sneer s scheme.But little does anyone know that two very big problems are growing in the marshes All the pumping and draining awakens a pair of giant monsters who are both out for one thing Revenge
Frogosaurus Vs The Bog Monster Funny lighthearted monster stories that are perfect for young readers brought to us by the esteemed Dr Roach Twins Sammy and Tammy love the quiet Boggy Marshes near their home They re full of strang

  • Title: Frogosaurus Vs. The Bog Monster
  • Author: Paul Harrison
  • ISBN: 9780545425568
  • Page: 240
  • Format: Paperback
  • Monstrous Stories Night of the Zombie Goldfish Funny, light hearted monster stories that are perfect for young readers, brought to us by the esteemed Dr Roach Judd Crank and his friend Zak are two ordinary boys, in

    1 thought on “Frogosaurus Vs. The Bog Monster”

    1. Sample quote: "Maximus Sneer dived into his car and, with a squeal of tires, was gone. Only Tammy and Sammy were left."

    2. Cute, quick story with lots of illustrations for early "chapter book" readers. After an evil developer starts draining a local bog to make room for a new project, two monsters emerge - a giant frog and a moving mass of mud. They fight. Two brave children discover how to stop them. Not bad if you don't mind typical stereotypes as developers as "bad" people who want to destroy the entirety of earth and little, environmentally-conscious kids as heroes who can "make a difference."

    3. I'd give this one 2.5 stars. The language is starting to be more interesting and use a range of vocabulary.

    4. My 6-year-old enjoyed reading this one to me, and I have listened to worse. We both liked it enough that I will look for the other books in the series for him to read to me.

    5. This would be a good title for my boys who are into Captain Underpants, etc. It's a little less toilet, but still has a fast-moving plot and enough gross to keep them engaged.

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