Pete’s Monster

Pete’s Monster is a delightful children’s storybook about a young boy named Pete who thinks that wearing a red cape will give him superpowers to conquer his fear of bedtime Monsters.

Pete’s Monster is a story to help children overcome their fear of the dark and Monsters under their bed.

It also teaches children not to judge someone by their appearance. Pete assumed because the Monster was the color of blue and looked nothing like him, that the Monster must be dangerous.

Pete’s Monster is to teach children to think before they act.

Pete lashed out at the Blue Monster after the Monster startled him one night. Pete hadn’t thought about what would happen after he’d hurt the Blue Monster. He never thought about how it would make him feel deep down inside knowing that he was the one that had caused the Monster pain.

Pete realized the Monster meant him no harm and he only wanted a friend and a comfortable place to sleep. So Pete has to figure out what to do with the monster to make them both happy.

Pete decides that the Monster would be much happier sleeping in his older brother George’s bedroom.

Pete still fearful of the Blue Monster because he’s different, therefore cannot be trusted. So Pete feels he needs to go live in his older brother George’s bedroom. Pete’s brother George tells Pete all the time that he’s not afraid of anything, so George’s room is a perfect place for the Monster to live.

It’s not until Pete made the Monster cry and he thinks about how he treated the Monster, that he realizes that the Monster is a nice friendly Monster and he never meant Pete any harm.

In the first Pete’s Monster book, Pete is a bully to the Monster by striking him and sending him away. It’s not until Pete thinks about his actions that he realizes that the Monster only wants a friend and a comfortable place to sleep.

In Pete’s Monster ~ My New Friend, you can read about how Pete and the Monster become friends.

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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