Thumbpire The Funny Story of a Little Monster s Big Problem Thumpire tells the laugh out loud story of a little vampire who needs to stop sucking his thumb and the friendly monsters who try to help him break the habit

  • Title: Thumbpire: The Funny Story of a Little Monster's Big Problem
  • Author: Sarah G. White Stephen White
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 197
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Thumpire tells the laugh out loud story of a little vampire who needs to stop sucking his thumb and the friendly monsters who try to help him break the habit

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    1. Written by Stephen White and Sarah G. White, Illustrated by Tony Neal#6 on The Gittle List 2014: Best Indie Children's Picture BooksThumbpire, the story of a baby vampire who cannot grow fangs until he stops sucking his thumb, is just fun! The Whites tell the story of Thumbpire in rhyming verse. Your child will love Tony Neal’s illustrations of all the crazy characters who try to help Thumbpire become a real vampire with real fangs. Ultimately, it’s Grandma who comes to the rescue. Of course [...]

    2. From the author:Thumbpire tells the fun and funny story of a young vampire who needs to stop sucking his thumb, and the many ways his family and friends (monsters all) try to help him.The story is told in rhyme and is more about laughs than lessons - although a peek beneath the surface will reveal positive messages about family, community, problem-solving, and even creative self-expression.Thumbpire is for kids from age 3-10, and the many monsters within won't scare even the youngest reader.The [...]

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