- Publisher: Andersen Press Ltd
- Format: Paperback | 32 pages
- Dimensions: 234mm x 274mm x 6mm | 222g
- Publication date: 5 November 2012
- Publication City/Country: London
- ISBN 10: 1849394679
- ISBN 13: 9781849394673
- Illustrations note: chiefly col. Illustrations
- Sales rank: 19,305
Bernard's parents are so busy doing their own thing, that the monster can eat Bernard's dinner, break his toys, and even eat Bernard, without being noticed.
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David McKee's first book was published in 1964. His books are now published in countless languages throughout the world, and many of them have been adapted for television. He is one of the leading contemporary children's book creators.
By Jennifer Powell 16 May 2014
This is not a funny book.
"Even very young children see the joke." T.E.S. "Shows David McKee's droll, deadpan humour at its very best." Books for Keeps "I adore this book, it's one of my favourite picture books, now out in mini version... With one sentence per page this hilarious book with wonderfully expressive illustrations is great for beginner readers, but I would recommend it to all ages and abilities. I've lost count the number of times I have read it, but it still makes me laugh out loud. The last but one picture in particular is a classic!" -- Debbie Williams Primary Times "A brilliant image of parent-child relationships ... that brings matching ear-to-ear grins to every grown-up and child-in-the-lap'" Books for Keeps "A brilliant fable" -- Tony Bradman The Ultimate First Book Guide
Shows David McKee's droll, deadpan humour at its very best.