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I do not like books anymore! —Hirst, Daisy, author, illustrator.

Lovable monster siblings Natalie and Alphonse are back with big plans in a second surprisingly touching tale in which Natalie is ready to learn how to read. With her one-of-a-kind voice and wonderfully droll artwork, Dai...

Monster clothes —Hirst, Daisy, author, illustrator.

When monsters get up in the morning, they have to find something to wear. Simon wears socks, Darrell puts on a dress. What do little monsters like to wear? Daisy Hirst brings her charming wit to a silly board book for th...

Monster food —Hirst, Daisy, author, illustrator.

Some monsters eat peaches. Some monsters eat pears. What do little monsters like to eat? Daisy Hirst infuses a bright, funny board book with her offbeat charm.

I do not like books anymore! —Hirst, Daisy, author.
Book + Audio
2019
Availability: 2 of 7

Natalie and Alphonse REALLY like books. Picture books with Dad, scary stories with Mom, and especially stories they remember or make up themselves. So when it's time for Natalie to learn to read, she thinks it will be ex...

Alphonse, there's mud on the ceiling! —Hirst, Daisy, author, illustrator.

Most of the time, Natalie and Alphonse like living in an apartment on the seventh floor. They have bunk beds to drive, a big green chair to hide behind and yell "Raaaar!," sunflowers on the balcony to water, and almost e...

Alphonse, that is not ok to do! —Hirst, Daisy, author, illustrator.

Monster Natalie gets angry with her little brother Alphonse when he starts eating her favorite book, but she doesn't stay mad for long.

I like trains —Hirst, Daisy, author, illustrator.

"Whether sending toy animals on a journey around a model track or driving a cardboard-box locomotive, this little puppy really likes trains. All aboard! But best of all is riding a real train to visit someone special-and...

Hilda and the runaway baby —Hirst, Daisy, author, illustrator.

Hilda the pot-bellied pig lives at the foot of a hill. Life is uneventful and she is always where she expects herself to be. At the top of the hill lives a mischievous baby who is never ever where people expect him to be...

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