Some Monsters are Different by David Milgrim. Book Review.

This simply drawn, colorful picture book features pages of lovable, goofy cartoon monsters. Monsters are, obviously, representing children. Many of the monsters are depicted humorously.

It begins

“Some monsters are afraid.
Some are not.
Some monsters will eat anything.
Some are picky.”

It ends

“All monsters are absolutely, positively, completely, perfectly wonderful just the way they are!”

It is a lovely book for teaching a child to be comfortable with themselves even if they feel different. The message is clear. We are all different in some way and we’re all wonderful.

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