I Want to Be a Monster When I Grow Up is the new children’s picture book from author M.T. Weber. Creatively illustrated by the author with brilliant full-color cartoon styling, the book tells the story of one little boy named Hudson and his big imagination.
Ideal for 4- to 7-year-old children, it’s a perfect book to read along with your little ones about the power of imagination. In addition to introducing many wild and crazy creatures, the story shares helpful parenting tips about the importance of sharing, brushing teeth and eating vegetables. Just released in paperback and Kindle from Birmingham, Alabama-based Pint Bottle Press, this funny book is sure to brighten up a kid’s holiday season.
“M.T. Weber’s I Want to be a Monster When I Grow Up bridges the gap between engaging the young reader and the parent looking for a fun-filled read that doesn’t want to make them sigh with boredom.” — Jim Mcleod, Ginger Nuts of Horror
“I loved this! Such a great story for kids! I’d definitely read it to my little monsters at home!” — Michelle Garza and Melissa Lason, authors of Mayan Blue and Isolation.
Pint Bottle Press would love to provide you with a review of the book. For a PRINT COPY (8.5×8.5″) for review, please respond to this email with your mailing address and we’ll send you one as soon as possible.
About the author: Matt Weber has been editor-in-chief of Extreme How-To magazine since 2003. He is author of The Quick & Easy Home DIY Manual as well as the fiction titles, Seven Feet Under, A Dark & Winding Road and The Bull. I Want to Be a Monster When I Grow Up is his first book for kids.