Wednesday, November 13, 2013

The Beast of Blue Mountain!! **Book Blast**

Book Description

September 2, 2013
What is that noise in the night? What will the Beast of Blue Mountain eat? A just right scary story for the young and the fearful. Everyone loves a campfire tale that ends well. Simple language and limited suspense make it an appropriate read aloud selection for young children. 34 pages with 18 full-color illustrations.


By Rose on November 6, 2013
Format: Paperback
The Beast of Blue Mountain – A Campfire Story for the Fearful, by Lucy Adams, is a charming poetical story. The illustrations and the story itself are well done. The pacing is good and kept the pages turning right to the end. This glossy blue book made a perfect gift for my grandson. I can hear him reading it over and over. “Crunch, crunch. Swish, swish…What is that noise in the night?” This one is a winner. I highly recommend it.
By Tracyadams45 on October 17, 2013
Format: Paperback
After so many children's books that require a nap half way through, this book was a pleasant change of pace. I read it to my four year old daughter and at first I was thinking it may be too scary, but I kept on. She was captivated by it. The reason she was captivated was because this book is fun to read out loud. I wanted to read this book with a lot of animation in my voice. My daughter hid her head, gasped where she should and giggled. At the end of the book she laughed and said, "I like that book, it is really funny." It will remind the reader of the good 'ole campfire stories that we all loved to be "scared" by. A great fun read for children and adults.
By Rayna Filson on October 17, 2013
Format: Paperback
My kids love love love this book! It has quickly become a favorite. It is just scary enough to keep them captivated but also very funny. My oldest even brought it to Show & Share to share with his class. I highly recommend it. 

About the Author:
 Lucy Adams is a freelance writer and the author of several books, including the notable, If Mama Don't Laugh, It Ain't Funny. She lives with her husband and their four children in Thomson, GA. The Beast of Blue Mountain is her first children's book.