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Monsters sticker book

Monsters sticker book

Sticker books illustrated by Seb Burnett
Monsters sticker book

  • A myriad of monsters are waiting to be uncovered in this gruesome sticker book packed with over 550 vile stickers.
  • Only the bravest of children can join in the monster hunt, adding beastly details to each scene as they confront sinister slime-dwellers, extra-terrestrial terrors, mummy mayhem and a Monsterchef competition.
  • Perfect for keeping little monsters occupied!


Key Stage: KS1; Age 5+

BIC: B5L79

Price: £6.99
ISBN: 9781409548843
24 pages + 10 pages stickers
305 x 238mm

Illustrator: Seb Burnett

Kirsteen Robson

Kirsteen has been at Usborne since 1997, coming from a background in music, education, and religious publishing. In that time, she has written and edited over 300 titles, ranging from board books and flashcards to dictionaries and encyclopedias, on themes as diverse as chess, vampires, gerbils and microscopes. Most recently she has been busy writing practice, puzzle, sticker and activity books to engage, entertain and educate children at all ages and stages.

Kirsteen Robson

Press Reviews

With 13 double-page scenes to decorate with sewer critters, creepy crawlies, mud monsters and their odious ilk, there's frighteningly fearsome fun to be had with this book.
Cork Evening Echo
At £5.99 this is money well spent! With a little tale for each page and encouragement with what to do it’s a really fun project to do with the little ones.
Rocknrollerbaby blog
A super way to encourage children to use their imaginations and to get really involved in the story as they make it their own. There are so many stickers that there may well be some left over for other projects too!
Parents in Touch
Gives your child a fun guide to monsters, with each new page introducing a different group of little horrors... packed from cover to cover with bright colours and wonderfully detailed illustrations depicting the monsters in their various 'habitats'.
First For Dads