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There are prowly monsters howling loudly and drooling monsters from the steamy swamp. There are wild, woolly mountain monsters and spiky, spooky monsters from outer space. And they all have one thing in common - they LOVE underpants!


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There are prowly monsters howling loudly and drooling monsters from the steamy swamp. There are wild, woolly mountain monsters and spiky, spooky monsters from outer space. And they all have one thing in common - they LOVE underpants!

30 review for Monsters Love Underpants

  1. 5 out of 5

    Matt

    A story that mixes monsters and underwear? What 5 year-old would not love it? Neo laughed out load at the zany pictures and rhymes peppered throughout this story.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sandy *The world could end while I was reading and I would never notice*

    EXCERPT: Monsters think it's MONSTER fun To creep around all scary! But there's something they love even more, Than looking mean and hairy! ABOUT 'MONSTERS LOVE UNDERPANTS': There are prowly monsters howling loudly and drooling monsters from the steamy swamp. There are wild, woolly mountain monsters and spiky, spooky monsters from outer space. And they all have one thing in common - they LOVE underpants! LUKE AND SANDY'S THOUGHTS: What monsters love even more than looking mean and scary is ..... UNDE EXCERPT: Monsters think it's MONSTER fun To creep around all scary! But there's something they love even more, Than looking mean and hairy! ABOUT 'MONSTERS LOVE UNDERPANTS': There are prowly monsters howling loudly and drooling monsters from the steamy swamp. There are wild, woolly mountain monsters and spiky, spooky monsters from outer space. And they all have one thing in common - they LOVE underpants! LUKE AND SANDY'S THOUGHTS: What monsters love even more than looking mean and scary is ..... UNDERPANTS! And they have ever so many pairs of brightly coloured, striped, spotted and patterned underpants. One monster even wears an extra pair on his head! As well as a fun rhyming story, there are plenty of learning opportunities - counting, colours, and working into the story that even though the monsters are all different, just like people are all different, they all live and play together. Luke particularly loved the cat being scared by the monsters, and the pirate underpants. He also liked that there are bats and spiders and mice in some of the pictures. Delightfully silly, bright and cheerful. I have lost count of the number of times we have read Monsters Love UNDERPANTS! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ THE AUTHOR: I’ve been a writer for over 15 years now, but it wasn’t planned! I had a variety of jobs, including secretary, trainee buyer at Harrods, dental nurse, production assistant in a reprographic and printing company and various others. I began to write after joining a creative writing class. I had no success with article writing, or short stories, or fiction, but the first children’s story I wrote, for a magazine called Twinkle, was accepted for publication. Hooray!!! Things snowballed and a lot (yes lots and lots) of hard work later I now write full time and have over 50 books published. I still go to the same writing class and we have become a big happy family of writers! For me, writing is the best job ever. I couldn’t imagine myself doing anything else. I love to create worlds for young children to enjoy and escape into – whether the stories are educational, bedtime, problem solving or just plain good fun. It’s also very exciting to see the first picture roughs, as my wonderful, talented illustrators bring the text to life. I live on the Essex coast in a lovely two-bed-roomed flat, which I share with my husband, Michael. At long last I have an office to write in, with room for all my books and bits of scribbled on papers. The seafront is (still) just around the corner, and I find a bracing walk (it gets freezing when the East wind blows from the North Sea!) or gentle stroll when the weather is warmer, is great for clearing my head and mulling over story ideas DISCLOSURE: Luke owns his copy of Monsters Love Underpants, written by Claire Freedman, illustrated by Ben Cort and published by Simon & Schuster. All opinions expressed in this review are entirely our personal opinions. For an explanation of my rating system please refer to my Goodreads.com profile page or the about page on sandysbookaday.wordpress.com This review and others are also published on Twitter and my webpage https://sandysbookaday.wordpress.com/...

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jaksen

    This book was great! Wonderful! Bought pre-Christmas for my four-year old grandson, by his mother, he made me read this to him just before the holiday, then again, and again and again... It's funny and silly. It rhymes! (I swear I know most of it by heart.) But basically it's about a lot of scary/funny/silly monsters and the underpants they wear. (When I was a kid, we had one kind of underpants: white. Or maybe you could get pink and yellow if you were girl, blue and green for boys. But today my g This book was great! Wonderful! Bought pre-Christmas for my four-year old grandson, by his mother, he made me read this to him just before the holiday, then again, and again and again... It's funny and silly. It rhymes! (I swear I know most of it by heart.) But basically it's about a lot of scary/funny/silly monsters and the underpants they wear. (When I was a kid, we had one kind of underpants: white. Or maybe you could get pink and yellow if you were girl, blue and green for boys. But today my grandsons have them in every color and with every funny cartoon or action character you can imagine.) Anyhow, we read this again just recently and my grandson was silently mouthing a lot of the words as I read them. We laughed. We read it again. We played silly songs on Alexa and danced around. Love this book, just LOVE it.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Dolly

    Fun and entertaining book that is sure to engage young children; after all, undies are funny. I am sure that parents will turn to books like this one (and its companion tales Dinosaurs Love Underpants, Aliens Love Underpants, and Pirates Love Underpants) to help children get excited about the potty training process, but I'm not sure how effective they are. The illustations are colorful, cartoonish, and very silly and they really add a lot of flair and humor to the rhyming narrative. Overall, it's Fun and entertaining book that is sure to engage young children; after all, undies are funny. I am sure that parents will turn to books like this one (and its companion tales Dinosaurs Love Underpants, Aliens Love Underpants, and Pirates Love Underpants) to help children get excited about the potty training process, but I'm not sure how effective they are. The illustations are colorful, cartoonish, and very silly and they really add a lot of flair and humor to the rhyming narrative. Overall, it's a fun, fast read.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Meekat

    'Monsters Love Underpants' a book aimed at children in EYFS/KS1. It is a story about monsters who are defined by their own and individual underpants, who love to party and dance in their individual underpants. This book provides different colours which really makes the book engaging and bright, as well as creating a sense of fun and joy from monsters. Children are often scared of monsters, however, this book can lead to their fear and assumption of how monsters are change. The way you can use t 'Monsters Love Underpants' a book aimed at children in EYFS/KS1. It is a story about monsters who are defined by their own and individual underpants, who love to party and dance in their individual underpants. This book provides different colours which really makes the book engaging and bright, as well as creating a sense of fun and joy from monsters. Children are often scared of monsters, however, this book can lead to their fear and assumption of how monsters are change. The way you can use this book in a classroom is: Get the children to draw their own monster, get them to draw their own underpants using different colours and make a character description. I think personally it was a very engaging story as monsters are usually seen as scary and colours are usually black and grey to signify horror, scare and fear. AA child's opinion of a monster can change from reading this book.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sara Grochowski

    This newest edition to the Underpants books, which include Dinosaurs Love Underpants and Aliens Love Underpants, is fantastic edition. This time writer and illustrator team Freedman and Cort show monsters of all shapes and sizes wearing their beloved underpants, even though the monsters know that, if they're caught, no one will ever find them scary again! Cort's colorful and creative monsters pair well with Freedman's goofy rhyming text. This newest edition to the Underpants books, which include Dinosaurs Love Underpants and Aliens Love Underpants, is fantastic edition. This time writer and illustrator team Freedman and Cort show monsters of all shapes and sizes wearing their beloved underpants, even though the monsters know that, if they're caught, no one will ever find them scary again! Cort's colorful and creative monsters pair well with Freedman's goofy rhyming text.

  7. 5 out of 5

    crashqueen73

    My daughter and I read this one together recently and this one fell flat for both of us. The rhyming story was a bit far fetched. For me it felt a bit to "trying to hard" to make it rhyme and I don't find that enjoyable in children's books... I actually prefer pretend words that rhyme than awkward rhyme and words like "tetchy" in a book for young children also didn't work for me. The pictures and bright and colourful but not enough to engage me or my four year old. A one read book. My daughter and I read this one together recently and this one fell flat for both of us. The rhyming story was a bit far fetched. For me it felt a bit to "trying to hard" to make it rhyme and I don't find that enjoyable in children's books... I actually prefer pretend words that rhyme than awkward rhyme and words like "tetchy" in a book for young children also didn't work for me. The pictures and bright and colourful but not enough to engage me or my four year old. A one read book.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    Pretty hilarious. This was a riot to read to first graders at our school's recent scholastic book fair. Pretty hilarious. This was a riot to read to first graders at our school's recent scholastic book fair.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Veronica Foley

    Super cute illustrations and fun story!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Nathalia

    This book has lots of humour and rhyme, making it perfect for EYFS and KS1. The context of monsters wearing different types of underpants is hilarious and silly, which makes the book fun and engaging. This may help children who are afraid of monsters at night, good for PSHE. The pictures are bright and eye-catching, and the monsters differ in features and colour, some monsters have 1 eyes others have 3. The setting of the world of space that the aliens inhibit is similarly vibrantly portrayed, f This book has lots of humour and rhyme, making it perfect for EYFS and KS1. The context of monsters wearing different types of underpants is hilarious and silly, which makes the book fun and engaging. This may help children who are afraid of monsters at night, good for PSHE. The pictures are bright and eye-catching, and the monsters differ in features and colour, some monsters have 1 eyes others have 3. The setting of the world of space that the aliens inhibit is similarly vibrantly portrayed, for eg, at the bottom of the monster ocean or in a monster disco. This fun visual element of the book keeps children engaged. By the last page, children listening to the story can feel safe, when the two children in the story look for a monster under their bed to find nothing there, and at the side of the page they can see a small funny monster running away with underpants.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Ryan

    I will forever be a Claire Freedman fan. Her underpants books are full of fun rhymes and excellent illustrations. It doesn't matter if it’s dinosaurs, aliens, or even in this case Monsters. Everyone loves Underpants. I will forever be a Claire Freedman fan. Her underpants books are full of fun rhymes and excellent illustrations. It doesn't matter if it’s dinosaurs, aliens, or even in this case Monsters. Everyone loves Underpants.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Emi Bevacqua

    Instead of teaching anything useful, this book delves down to the silliest common denominator with drool, slime and clubs with password protected entry. Cute pictures sure, but pointless. I don't see how Scholastic gets away with publishing such tripe. Instead of teaching anything useful, this book delves down to the silliest common denominator with drool, slime and clubs with password protected entry. Cute pictures sure, but pointless. I don't see how Scholastic gets away with publishing such tripe.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Julia Thorp

    This book has lots of humour and rhyme, making it perfect for EYFS and KS1. The context of monsters wearing different types of underpants is hilarious and silly, which makes the book fun and engaging. This may help children who are afraid of monsters at night, good for PSHE. The pictures are bright and eye-catching, and the monsters differ in features and colour, some monsters have 1 eyes others have 3. The setting of the world of space that the aliens inhibit is similarly vibrantly portrayed, f This book has lots of humour and rhyme, making it perfect for EYFS and KS1. The context of monsters wearing different types of underpants is hilarious and silly, which makes the book fun and engaging. This may help children who are afraid of monsters at night, good for PSHE. The pictures are bright and eye-catching, and the monsters differ in features and colour, some monsters have 1 eyes others have 3. The setting of the world of space that the aliens inhibit is similarly vibrantly portrayed, for eg, at the bottom of the monster ocean or in a monster disco. This fun visual element of the book keeps children engaged. By the last page, children listening to the story can feel safe, when the two children in the story look for a monster under their bed to find nothing there, and at the side of the page they can see a small funny monster running away with underpants.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly

    This book is about how monster have something to make them seem unscary. In the book it goes through different monsters and how they each have their own underpants. Their underpants make them who they are and are proud to wear them during the night. But after the night is over, the monster take off their pants because they don't want their reparation to be ruined. Ways to use this in a classroom 1) Have students come up with their own monster and their own pair of pants 2) Count how many different This book is about how monster have something to make them seem unscary. In the book it goes through different monsters and how they each have their own underpants. Their underpants make them who they are and are proud to wear them during the night. But after the night is over, the monster take off their pants because they don't want their reparation to be ruined. Ways to use this in a classroom 1) Have students come up with their own monster and their own pair of pants 2) Count how many different monster they are in the book. 3) Make up a story about one of the monster in the book. 4)Have the students come up with a story similar to this.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Stefanie Burns

    RHyming story about how much monsters love underpants. They wear all different kinds. The rhyming and rhythm is a little forced at times, which bothers me for reading out loud. Some pages are really funny and others miss the mark a little. I love the brightly colored illustrations and would recommend this book to kids for a fun read-aloud. I like the end where if you hear a rustling under your bed it could just be a monster trying on your underwear. That will definitely make some kids giggle!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Nicola

    We read 'Aliens love Underpants' (to copy the New Entrants class) and then stumbled upon 'Monsters Love Underpants' which she also enjoyed. The book cover pictures revealed there are more in the series for us to explore :) Miss 4 and I like to explore different books and authors at the library, sometimes around particular topics or themes. We try to get different ones out every week or so; it's fun for both of us to have the variety and to look at a mix of new & favourite authors. We read 'Aliens love Underpants' (to copy the New Entrants class) and then stumbled upon 'Monsters Love Underpants' which she also enjoyed. The book cover pictures revealed there are more in the series for us to explore :) Miss 4 and I like to explore different books and authors at the library, sometimes around particular topics or themes. We try to get different ones out every week or so; it's fun for both of us to have the variety and to look at a mix of new & favourite authors.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Bari

    Who doesn't love to read about silly monsters wearing underpants?? I recently used this book during a Kindergarten Class visit to the library. Monsters Love Underpants was a good choice because it's silly and has bright colorful pictures. I also really love Freedman's' book Aliens Love Underpants for the same reason. Who doesn't love to read about silly monsters wearing underpants?? I recently used this book during a Kindergarten Class visit to the library. Monsters Love Underpants was a good choice because it's silly and has bright colorful pictures. I also really love Freedman's' book Aliens Love Underpants for the same reason.

  18. 5 out of 5

    gina

    So the first few weeks my son (4) loved this book. Then it got laid to the side and rejected for a few weeks. Finally last night he handed it to me and said it gave him nightmares about monsters wearing his underwear and he wanted to return it to the library. Fair enough. It IS funny and cute and I liked it a lot. I think he'll want to reread it again when he's a little braver ;) So the first few weeks my son (4) loved this book. Then it got laid to the side and rejected for a few weeks. Finally last night he handed it to me and said it gave him nightmares about monsters wearing his underwear and he wanted to return it to the library. Fair enough. It IS funny and cute and I liked it a lot. I think he'll want to reread it again when he's a little braver ;)

  19. 5 out of 5

    Nadina

    This was cute, after reading one book in the series it was much easier to figure out the rhythm of the book. I liked the illustrations and am glad unlike the last book I read you only had to rotate the book for one set of pages. I understand why they do the page rotation, it's a good effect but it breaks up reading and can be a little annoying. Still a cute fun book for kids. This was cute, after reading one book in the series it was much easier to figure out the rhythm of the book. I liked the illustrations and am glad unlike the last book I read you only had to rotate the book for one set of pages. I understand why they do the page rotation, it's a good effect but it breaks up reading and can be a little annoying. Still a cute fun book for kids.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Shelley

    Cute, Quirky, and Silly! Monsters love Underpants! All kinds! Who knew?! From polka dot, to striped, frozen, slimy, and even metal underwear, they’ll wear them all! With these brightly colored acrylic paintings of silly monsters and a rhyming text that is easy to follow along, children will fall in love giggling and chuckling away with this story as the perfect read-aloud!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kadie Speller

    This book is full of humor and different kinds of monsters. Slime monsters to mountain monsters and they all love underpants. Kids will continue to laugh as these monsters put their underpants on. Monsters Love Underpants also has rhyming throughout the story to teach students rhyming.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Christina Senf

    This was a funny book. It talked about different scenarios and how much monsters loved underpants. I loved the illustration of this book as well. It was very colorful. This would be a good book for young male readers.

  23. 4 out of 5

    AMY

    Rhyming story about monsters stealing and enjoying underwear. Whimsical and colorful pictures. Simple but effective plot. Recommended for Gr. K-1.

  24. 5 out of 5

    n

    The illustrations are the best part, but the rhyme scheme also flows nicely. Story is okay, tolerable. It's also fun to listen to Mel Giedroyc read it (should you scan a QR code at the front). The illustrations are the best part, but the rhyme scheme also flows nicely. Story is okay, tolerable. It's also fun to listen to Mel Giedroyc read it (should you scan a QR code at the front).

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

    Really loved the illustrations, very bright and colorful. Some word choices I felt were clunky, but overall I enjoyed the read.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Anna - Kids

    Kids were rolling on the floor laughing at this one. And I liked the rhyming.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Anne Soderlund

    Given the choice of a fairy book and this, I was surprised that the birthday girl chose underpants. It was a hit with the entire kindergarten class, so she knew what she was doing.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Megan Schaub

    This book was so cute defiantly perfect for the younger grades!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Olivia S

    Cute book, rhyming lines with great vocabulary words. Makes monsters less scary by talking about how much they love underpants. Funny concept, good illustrations.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Anthony

    Not so scary, but very silly monsters who love wearing underpants that are striped and dotted - very colorful artwork keeps the story moving.

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