My Monster Christmas Stories NO LONGER AVAILABLE FOR TRANSLATION by Kaz Campbell

My Monster Christmas Stories - 20 Learn To Read Stories, Jokes, Riddles, Bedtime Stories...For Children aged 2 to 6. Great for Bedtime and for Beginning Readers

Want to teach your child to read? Christmas Stories is a Learn To Read book for young children who are starting to learn to read. Containing 20 stories, jokes, riddles and ABC Christmas poems that will allow your young child to practice their reading. Perfect for beginner readers and children in kindergarten, preschool and first grade. Written by a highly experienced teacher who has taught hundreds of children to read over the past 30 years. 

There are also some very enjoyable bedtime stories that you can read to your child as well. Your child will love the jokes, riddles, knock-knocks and songs in this book. 

This book is full of pictures to aid their interest and reading comprehension. Our favorite monster characters from the My Monster series, feature in a number of the stories. They are very cute monsters who love Christmas. 

Christmas Stories is suitable for children aged 2 to 5. It is part of the My Monster Learns To Read program. 

No religious themes are contained in the book.

About The Author:

Kaz Campbell loves writing stories for children. Her husband, Bill Campbell wrote Diary of an Almost Cool Girl, an instant Best Seller. Mr TDH (Tall, Dark and Handsome) is one of the characters in his book. Kaz felt that he needed a voice too, how did he feel about Maddi, what was happening in his life....and so, Diary of Mr TDH was born. 

She has also written a series of books for children aged between 4 and 8 called My Monster. Book 1, Boris to the Rescue introduces the wonderful characters and Book 2 brings Felix the Naughty Monster into the story. Read the reviews on these books, both children and parents LOVE them!

Kaz has also co-written a series of Parenting Books with Katrina Kahler. Topics include Confident Kids, How to Improve Your Child's Behavior Today, Communicating with Kids, How to Win Friends and Influence People for Kids, Smart Baby, Achieving Success at School and The Puberty Bomb. She taught for many years and has two teenage children, so she knows how kids tick. Both ladies are Parenting experts and have developed a website called How To Help Children. 

Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / General

Secondary Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / General

Language: English

Keywords:

Word Count: 6490

Sales info:

This book is purchased throughout the year as a learn to read book and becomes popular before, during and after the Christmas period. We have recently changed it from Rabbit Readers Christmas Stories to My Monster Christmas Stories. The monsters are cute and we think they will help to sell the book to young children.

UK

Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #586,663 Paid in Kindle Store

US

Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #678,051 Paid in Kindle Store


Sample text:

Monty the monster is very excited.

Christmas is coming and it is his favorite time of the year.

But he is very busy because he has lots to do!

First he writes a list.

He has to buy some presents for his friends.

He has to buy some wrapping paper and some ribbon and some bows.

He has to buy a Christmas tree.

He has to buy some decorations for the tree.

He has to buy some treats for Christmas day.

After he writes the list, he goes shopping.

He is able to buy all the things on the list.

When he gets home he is very busy.

First he has to decorate the tree.

He puts some colored balls on the tree.

Then he puts some tinsel on the tree.

Then he puts some Christmas lights on the tree.

Then he puts a big silver star on the tree.

He puts it right at the very top.

The tree looks very pretty.

Next Monty has to wrap all the presents.

He puts wrapping paper around the presents.

He puts ribbon around the presents.

He puts a bow on the presents.

Then he puts them under the tree.

The presents look very pretty.

Monty is finally ready for Christmas.

He is very, very, very excited.

He can’t wait for Santa to arrive.

He can’t wait for his friends to arrive.

He can’t wait to open his presents.

He can’t wait to give his friends their presents.

And he can’t wait to eat the Christmas treats.

Monty decides to go to bed.

He knows that he has to be asleep when Santa arrives.

If he is still awake, Santa might not come.

So Monty closes his eyes and goes to sleep.

When he wakes up, it is Christmas day.


Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

LanguageStatus
Italian
Already translated. Translated by Simona Trapani
Author review:
Another fantastic translation by Simona Trapani! Awesome work as usual!!
Portuguese
Already translated. Translated by Alice Santos Ramalho
Author review:
Alice is fabulous to work with. She is very professional and took great care with the translation. Highly recommended!
Spanish
Already translated. Translated by Maria J. Manzano
Author review:
Maria is a fabulous translator. She is extremely professional, very efficient and easy to work with. We had several discussions throughout the translation process and I was extremely happy with the end result. I recommend her highly as a translator.

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