You turned the page! Grover would be so cross with you. Did you know Grover can be cross with your kids too! Yes, this book is still available! You knew there was a monster at the end of the book but you’d keep turning pages anyway. If you were like me, you might have been a bit nervous on the first read. But every time after that, you loved being brave and charge towards the monster while poor old Grover was nearing a meltdown.

You turned the page! Grover can't believe you've turned the page.
You turned the page! Grover is not happy.

But you knew Grover really wasn’t in danger. Plus, you had to keep turning pages to show your strength by snapping his ropes, breaking timbers and brick walls.

Grover tying pages together with a rope.
Grover tying pages together with a rope.

Grover is still yelling, “You turned the Page!”

Well, the good news is you can still get a copy of The Monster at the End of this Book and share it with the next generation. There’s something special about sharing nostalgic moments from your childhood with your kids and create lasting memories that your kids will look back on with fondness. I used to love this when I was a kid and now I share this story with my son. Great fun.

Grab your copy from Booktopia or Amazon and share fond memories with Grover yelling “You turned the page!” to your smirking little ones.

For my full review of The Monster at the End of This Book, click here or see my kids’ book blog for reviews and interviews with children’s fiction authors, illustrators and book creators. Or check out my first picture book Snuffy published by New Holland Publishers ready for fun story times with your kids. It’s a story about a cute puppy with a magnificent sniffer that is a nuisance to her owner. Until it saves the day. Watch out for those cheeky seagulls as you read the story!