Pete’s Monster: Children’s Storybooks About Friendship…



Pete’s Monster books are charming rhyming storybooks written on the topic of making friends.

Age level 2 ~ 6 years old.

In the first Pete’s Monster book, Pete strikes the Blue Monster for no reason when he surprises him one night. This creates a great opportunity to discuss with your child the topic of bullying.

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In Pete’s Monster ~ My New Friend. The book focuses on teaching children not to judge someone because of their shape, size, or color. Even if someone is different then you, they can still become your new friend.

Pete’s Monster books are ideal for young children beginning to read and they have stories that rhymes which is required learning for kindergarten.

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In the first book your child can relate to the main character who is a young boy named Pete who wears a red cape to give him superpowers to fight off his fear of monsters in his bedroom.

Pete’s Monster stories are to help children learn not to judge someone. It is to teach children to think before they act and possibly hurt someone through bullying.

The National Survey of Children’s Exposure to Violence found that 20.4 percent of children ages 2 ~ 5 years old had experienced physical bullying in their lifetime and 14.6 percent had been teased (verbally bullied).

The books also teach children to appreciate what they already have. In the first Pete’s Monster book, Pete sends the monster away to live in his older brother George’s bedroom. It’s not until Pete realizes that he misses his new friend, that he regrets sending the monster away.

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Pete’s Monster book are set to rhyming because according to the Common Core State Standards, for Reading, when your child enters kindergarten they must recognize and produce rhyming words.

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Pete’s Monster ~ My New Friend.

Pete’s Monster are charming children’s storybooks about a young boy named Pete who becomes friends with a Blue Monsters.

Pete’s Monster, My New Friend, is a continuation from the original storybook, Pete’s Monster.

In My New Friend, Pete learns a lesson to appreciate what he already has.

Pete escorts the monster to his older brother George’s bedroom because Pete is still afraid of the Blue Monster. He assures the Monster that he would be much safer and happier in his older brother’s room and he would never be discovered because George’s bedroom is very untidy.

After Pete sends the monster away, he realizes that he misses the Monster and recognized that the monster meant him no harm, and they both could be friends.

Pete is happy when the Monster knocks at his door one night and asks if he can return to live in Pete’s bedroom.

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Lessons Learned Reading Pete’s Monster Books

Pete's Monster: Children's story book

  • Teaches children about rhyming
  • Main character is a young boy
  • A humorous book to create a smile
  • Wonderful bedtime story
  • Encourages child to climb into bed
  • Have friendly, likable, characters
  • Teaches children to concur fear of the dark
  • Moral: Don’t judge someone by their appearance
  • Appreciate what you have
  • Excellent illustrations
  • A book your child will enjoy reading.

Pete’s The Blue MonsterMonster books are humorous children’s rhyming bedtime stories about a young boy named Pete who wears a bright red cape to give him superpowers.

After being startled by a Blue Monster in his bedroom, Pete lashes out and strikes the Monster on the side of his neck. The Blue Monster drops to the floor.

Thinking he’s killed the Blue Monster, Pete feels very sad and wonders what he should do.

Pete sees that the Monster is cute and means him no harm. So Pete has to figure out how to make both himself and the friendly Blue Monster happy…

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Book Discussion Questions

Help your child succeed in school… Here are some tips on how to start and continue a book discussion with your child. In general, avoid dead-end questions where you’ll only receive a yes/no answer such as “Did you like it?” Before your child reads a book, ask them: • Why did you select this book?

Let’s be honest about Pete’s Monster

Why is Pete’s Monster so personal to me. I’m going to be totally open and honest with you in this post! Pete’s Monster started out as a children’s storybook that I always wanted to write, and I thought that children would enjoy reading about an adorable cute monster and enjoy viewing the amusing illustrations and

Facts about Bullying

The National Survey of Children’s Exposure to Violence found that 20.4 percent of children ages 2 ~ 5 years old had experienced physical bullying in their lifetime and 14.6 percent had been teased (verbally bullied). To actually prevent bullying before it starts, we need to focus on how bullying behaviors develop—for those engaging in bullying

Why Do People Bully?

Over 3.2 million students are victims of bullying each year. Children are threatened, teased, taunted, and tormented by schoolyard bullies every day in the nation’s schools. In a study of junior high and high school students from small Midwestern towns, 88 percent of students reported having observed bullying, and 76.8 percent indicated that they had

School Stress Due to Bullying

A host of statistics suggests that American children are indeed experiencing stress at new levels. Suicides among adolescents have quadrupled since the 1950s, and in the past decade, using medications to treat emotional disorders have shot up 68 percent for girls, and 30 percent for boys. No matter what your age, stress is not good

Common Core State Standards for Reading in California

Want to give your child a head start on what they need to know and will be learning when they enter kindergarten? Then keep reading… Reading Standards for Literature Kindergarten With prompting and support, ask and answer questions about key details in a text. With prompting and support, retell familiar stories, including key details. With

Bullying in Schools

Many people think that remarks made with bullying most commonly target intelligence and are meant to demean a person. Studies suggest, however, that the most recurrent insults used while bullying are about a child’s apparent sexual orientation. As ridiculous as this sounds, this is the most common subject children tease one another.   Bullying can

Pete’s Monster ~ My New Friend

Pete’s Monster My New Friend, is a continuation from the first book called Pete’s Monster.

In the first book, the story ends with Pete escorts the Blue Monster to live in his older brother George’s bedroom. Even though the Blue Monster had not caused Pete any harm or concern for him to be afraid of the Blue Monster. Pete wanted the Monster out from under his bed and George’s room seemed the obvious place for the Monster to stay.

It wasn’t till in the second book, Pete’s Monster ~ My New Friend, that we watch a friendship grow.

PETE's MONSTER_My New Friend COVER resizedThe Blue Monster knocks at Pete’s bedroom door one night and asks to return to sleeping under Pete’s bed. Pete is happy that the Monster wants to come back as he missed his companion, the Blue Monster. His new friend.

Pete leaves his bedroom after lights out against his Mother’s orders. He goes into the kitchen to get his new Monster friend something to eat, after the Monster tells Pete that he is hungry.

Pete’s Monster ~ My New Friend is also a rhyming storybook. It subtly and creatively covers the topic of friendship and was created to inform children at an early age that a friend can be of any size, shape or color.

The moral in the first Pete’s Monster book is that you should never lash out and hurt anyone, (bullying) because the true person who gets hurt the most could end up being you as you could be labeled as a bully at school and no one will want to be your friend.


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