Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Monsters Removal Guide by Garett Gruber*A Review

Your child's safety is of the utmost importance. We here at Monster Removal Guide (MRG) know this. Which is why we've printed this book filled with very important information. In it you will find the ten most highly-effective techniques for monster removal, as well as a monster identification section for reference. It's a must read for parents and all kids scared of witches, hamper elves, goblins, monsters, evil robots, or the dark. And it's only $9.99. That's less than a buck for each technique! And can you really put a price on your child's safety and education? Ok, well then, isn't it way more than $9.99? Through exhaustive worldwide research, trial, error, and discovery, we here at Monster Removal Guide (MRG) have searched the world over in order to enlighten and better equip the young in their never ending battle to identify and remove monsters around the globe. To our knowledge, no one has put together an authoritive resource of shared knowledge on how to do this. So, we give you Monster Removal Guide, the go-to guide for kids of all ages fighting the good fight. In no way is this publication comprehensive as we are constantly on the lookout for new techniques and new monsters to identify. We encourage our readers to assist us in our efforts to keep our information current and accurate. Any questions, concerns, or discoveries can be directed to our website.

Paperback: 32 pages
Publisher: DLSgroup (January 1, 2011)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1450707572
ISBN-13: 978-1450707572
Product Dimensions: 9.4 x 7.9 x 0.1 inches
Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces

“Garett Gruber lives in Orange, CA and is the father to Griffin, an amazing twelve-year old. He developed the idea for MRG, with the help of his son, during an atypical windy and stormy night. Doors creaked and windows banged, and the hunt to secure and de-monsterize the house began. As the storm raged, he watched his son transform from scared to empowered with each ridiculous monster-removing technique. And he knew he was on to something. When not searching for new monsters, he spends his time hiking, lizard hunting, and generally making his son laugh, and perhaps, a little embarrassed. He is 39.”

Patrick Carlson the Illustrater. He began his work in 1991 when he sold his first cartoon for $20 to a local screen printer. In 1996, he received his first computer and built his first website to display his work. In 2004, this part-time hobby turned into a full-time business. Working out of a small office, he creates the images and characters that have made thousands of projects come to life. You may be familiar with his work from Alphabet Woof or Too tall Joe! Patrick has a background in education and church youth ministry. He lives with his wife and twin boys in Valdosta, Georgia.

What a totally fantastic book. Monster Removal Guide by Garett Gruber is one of the neatest children’s books I’ve read in a very long time.
The story line is really sweet. It tells children how they can get rid of monsters in totally different ways than I have ever heard of before. Just a couple to give you a idea of how to get rid of monsters: reading cute poetry about puppies, kittens and unicorns-the next is called The Little Stinker, using your baby brother or sister who still is in diapers, or using a stinky sock, because monsters have good sniffers and can’t stand dirty smells. My most favorite is using Prayer because it is 100% fail-safe.
The pictures in this book are superb. They are so rich and full of bright colors, that you will love to read this book to your children over and over and they will love to read it as well.
In the back of the book it has a Monster Identification Chart. It shows and tells about all of the different monsters that are known.
This book shows monsters like they are in Monsters Inc. that great movie. The monsters are mean, but not scary to look at.
I highly recommend this cute book and look forward to Garett’s next book. Thanks for the fantastic, fun book Garett.

Order from AmazonThank you to the author for providing this book for review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255

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