Disney Pixar - Monsters, Inc. (A Read-Aloud Storybook)

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  • Hardcover
  • 72 pages
  • Disney Pixar - Monsters, Inc. (A Read-Aloud Storybook)
  • Walt Disney Company
  • English
  • 01 June 2017
  • 9780736412353

10 thoughts on “Disney Pixar - Monsters, Inc. (A Read-Aloud Storybook)

  1. says:

    A entertaining childerens book about two good friends James sulliavian a big blue bear type creature and Mike Wazowski a one eyed green little monster they both work togethor as partners to scare little kids At thier job they compete with their rival Randall Boggs who cheats at any cost to beat James and Mike One day at work they stubble apon a little girl that escapes from thier scare doors which is a sorta magic type of door when open takes you to places.Mike and james both have to hurry and bring the girl back to the room before anyone notice because humans are not allowed in the monster world When they scare them they use scare meter which powers thier towns power So now James and randall have the little girl and now the towns gone crazy because a little girl escaped cause the town to run and scream in fright At work they stay low about having the little girl they let no one know and try and get her back to her home before someone finds out Randall there rival is has found out and is now trying to tell Henry J Watermoose lll thier boss and if he finds out he will be confinded by the FBI Randall now is trying to hurt the kid by puting her in a machine But before he can James sullivan saves her and takes her Now James and sullivan are put in a forbidden snow place sorta door and are now trying to find there way back to the monster home now they have meet the abominable snowman who has help mike with food and shelter Mike is furious at James so they start arguing and He starts throwing ice cones at James and forces him to leave So now james is gone and on his journey to find his way back and save the girl At the end of the story they get the girl back and save her and Henry and Randall are now in jail and now Mike and James are now back and the little girl Boo is now back at home and they still continue to work wt the scare factory.

  2. says:

    The movie seemed a tad too long for little kids but us BIG KIDS adored how the little girl pops into Monsters, Inc and their surprise as to what happens The book is just as good as the movie Monsters, oh MY

  3. says:

    My children love reading this book at bedtime.

  4. says:

    took me a seating to read it haha refreshed my memories on the story line so,, 10 minutes of reading or 1 hr and a half watching MOVIE of course the book could never portray boo s cuteness

  5. says:

    This is a classic modern fantasy that is great for grades K 2 The book is humorous and entertaining to read to younger kids.

  6. says:

    While not the worst story book based off of a movie I ve read, it could have been better That said, I think it was decent The book covered the man points of the movie without going into too many details while making it fairly concise It s a little wordy for younger children, but this book would be great for older children that is proficient at reading and love the movie.

  7. says:

    My 3 year old son picked this book up at the library He s very interested in monsters right now and loves this movie, so I thought it would be a fun book to read with him When we opened it up, the first thing I noticed was that it was very long, which is not ideal for his age because he gets bored easily As I started reading the book, the writing style seemed like a book review than an actual story It s very dry and hard read in places because the words don t seem to flow well It is adapted from the movie, so I can see why the writer would do that, but it doesn t make the book fun or interesting to read It may be a good book for a new reader to practice their new skill, but not a good, fun story telling book for a parent to interact with their children.

  8. says:

    I fell in love with this story ever since I saw the movie when I was little, and I was not disappointed after reading this book I thought that the book would leave out multiple details from the movie, making it seem as if they kept skipping parts There are certain parts of the story that are missing, but they are not significant enough to cause a drastic difference Therefore, the story still flow nicely and follows along with a movie that children love I enjoyed reading this book, and I can see how it can be applied to my classroom in many ways If the reader likes the movie that this book is based from, I would strongly recommend reading this book.

  9. says:

    Walt Disney tells the story of a little girl that thinks monsters are in her closet However, these monsters are very endearing as they try to help her return home from being kidnapped The illustrations in this story jumps out from the page and always keep you laughing I would use this story within grades k 3.

  10. says:

    retelling of the movie with movie stills

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