Grobblechops is a brilliant retelling of a Rumi story!
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This is a brilliant re-telling of a Rumi story. The illustrations are wonderfully expressive and humorous. Amir doesn’t want to go to bed because he’s afraid there’s a monster under the bed. By the end of the book Amir has realised the monster is probably lonely and needs a friend. On the last page we see the monster and Amir both snuggled up together in Amir’s bed. This is a brilliant book for exploring children’s fears around bedtime. My son finds the book hilarious but is also reassured and comforted by the friendship that forms between Amir and his new monster friend Grobblechops. By Elizabeth Laird and Jenny Lucander This book was kindly gifted by @tiny_owl_publishing in exchange for an honest review. #eyfsteacher #eyfsinspiration #diversechildrensbooks #childrensbooks #childrensbookstagram #kidsbooks #diversebooksforkids #kidsbookrecommendations #kidsbooksofinstagram #kidsbookreviews #kidsbookrecommendations #childrensbookstagram #childrensbookreviews #childrensbookrecommendations #childrensbooks #diversifyyourbookshelf #diversifyyourfeed
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