My Monster - Book 2 - Felix...The Naughty Monster by Kaz Campbell

A short chapter book for children aged 4 to 9 about a kind and funny monster who helps an 8 year old boy.

My monster - book 2 - felix...the naughty monster

My Monster will entertain young children aged from 4 to 9 with a funny story about an 8 year old boy called Bobby who has an invisible monster friend. Boris the Monster helps Bobby with bad dreams and he loves going to school with Bobby. When Bobby invites Boris to a friend's birthday party, Boris is very excited...until he remembers he has to monster-sit his younger brother Felix. Bobby allows Felix to come to the party as well and that is when things start to go wrong! 

This is the second book in the My Monster Series. Book 1 Boris To the Rescue is also available. Grab it now and read it to your children...I'm sure they will love it.

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 / Social Issues / Bullying

Secondary Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Social Issues / Self-Esteem & Self-Reliance

Language: English

Keywords: books for kids 4-8, funny books for girls, stories for 7 year olds, boys books for ages 8, chapter books for children, funny books for boys

Word Count: 5877

Sales info:

No promotion yet, starting in November 2015 with FB ads and freebooksy.


UK  Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #94,883 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

#42 in Kindle Store > Books > Children's eBooks > Comics & Graphic Novels


USA Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #146,326 Paid in Kindle Store

All 5 star reviews.


Sample text:

Boris The Genius

The bus trip to school today was much better. Boris sat next to me and left the back seat to the cool kids. Jack sat up the front again, with his hood pulled over his head. He had a really grumpy look on his face and he was all hunched over. Everyone ignored him today. Even the nerds could see that he was in a dangerous mood.

My classroom was almost back to normal, the smell of Boris’ fart and the teacher’s vomit had almost disappeared. If you breathed deeply, you could still smell a whiff of Boris’ fart.

I unpacked my books and set them out on my table. Jack stomped in, walked up to my desk and swiped everything off my desk onto the floor. “Don’t look at me Boo Boo Bear!” he quietly growled.

I looked at Boris, steam was starting to pour out and he didn’t look happy. Quickly I mouthed, “NO!” Boris folded his arms and sat down, still steaming.

I picked up my books just as Mr. Eggerton started the class.

“Morning class, hope you are all feeling better today,” he said with a smile. Let’s start the day with a joke…”

“What did one toilet say to another toilet…You look a little flushed.”

And he burst into laughter.

So did Boris. Once again he thought Mr. Eggerton’s joke was hilarious and he totally cracked-up. I couldn’t help myself and I also burst into laughter. Not at the joke, but at Boris rolling around laughing.

Jack turned around and in his meanest and quietest voice, he whispered, “Toilet jokes are NOT funny.”

I just looked at him, “What?” I said.

“You’re just laughing because of what happened yesterday,” he growled.



Book translation status:

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

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Cinta Garcia de la Rosa has once again given us a wonderful translation of our book. Very easy to work with, fast and careful, we highly recommend Cinta.

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