Monsters Are Afraid of the Moon

Monsters Are Afraid of the Moon

Marjane Satrapi Jill Davis / Jul 17, 2019

Monsters Are Afraid of the Moon Poor Marie Every night as she climbed into bed she got a visit from three monsters They only came out in darkness so she knew they must be afraid of the light Marie took a huge pair of scissors and

  • Title: Monsters Are Afraid of the Moon
  • Author: Marjane Satrapi Jill Davis
  • ISBN: 9781582347448
  • Page: 278
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Poor Marie Every night as she climbed into bed, she got a visit from three monsters They only came out in darkness, so she knew they must be afraid of the light Marie took a huge pair of scissors, and cutting the moon out of the sky, hung it right in her bedroom No darkness, no monsters Her plan worked perfectly, or so she thought but without a moon in the skyPoor Marie Every night as she climbed into bed, she got a visit from three monsters They only came out in darkness, so she knew they must be afraid of the light Marie took a huge pair of scissors, and cutting the moon out of the sky, hung it right in her bedroom No darkness, no monsters Her plan worked perfectly, or so she thought but without a moon in the sky, the village cats were in total darkness They began bumping into everything, and winding up in the hospital With no cats to chase them, the mice ran amuck Finally the king found Marie You must return the moon to the sky he said But Marie wouldn t agree not until she was sure those monsters were gone How could the king make things right for everyone A delightful tall tale for bedtime or anytime.

    Monsters Are Afraid of the Moon Marjane Satrapi The story is that Monsters are afraid of the moon To ward off monsters under her bed, a girl steals the moon from the sky This makes cats bump into things and so they send a cat to guard her at night to have the moon returned. Monsters Are Afraid of the Moon by Marjane Satrapi Marie is afraid of the dark because three monsters come out at night and torment her She learns that the monsters are afraid of the moon, so she bring a piece of the moon into her room to keep them away. Coping With Teraphobia or the Fear of Monsters The Fear of Monsters Teraphobia fear of monsters is extremely common in pre school age children It generally lessens during the early elementary years and is highly uncommon by the time a child reaches middle school In teens and adults, the fear of monsters is a rare but potentially life limiting phobia. Stop Kids from Being Afraid of Bedtime Monsters Ways Banish bedtime monsters and bedtime battles for good If your child is afraid to sleep at night, whether it s because they re afraid of the dark, afraid of monsters under the bed, or just afraid to be left alone in their bed at night, we have tried and tested solutions for helping kids conquer their night time anxiety and fears at bedtime What are monsters afraid of Yahoo Answers Dec , angelsnsters are afraid of tuth and faith and loveey signifies hate,wildness and fear they are always afraid of their opposite.i m a angel flying high in the sky,and beyond the touch of any monstersd so they are afraid of me though. Top Best Are You Afraid of the Dark Monsters YouTube Oct , Happy Halloween Walter counts down the Top best Are you Afraid of the Dark monsters on this scary day Follow Walter on Twitter Afraid of Monsters All The Tropes Wiki FANDOM powered Afraid of Monsters is a Horror Mod for Half Life You are David Leatherhoff, a man who is addicted to pain pills that mysteriously appear in his mailbox every week, and What fictional monsters are you most afraid of Quora Original Question What fictional monsters are you most afraid of So, there are alot of really unsettling and freaky things in fiction, but as a general rule, the things that creep me out the most are creatures entities that are unstoppable and inescapable. Why we ll always be obsessed with and afraid of monsters Why we ll always be obsessed with and afraid of monsters October , EDT Leo Braudy , University of Southern California Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences Monsters Under the Bed Understanding Kid Fears Toddler Fears Two and year olds are creatures of habit Any unfamiliar sight or sound a strange animal getting too close, ear splitting sirens can send them into a panic Often, toddlers are afraid of harmless stuff, such as the vacuum cleaner The reason Even though they re aware of

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      • Marjane Satrapi Jill Davis

        Marjane Satrapi Persian is an Iranian born French contemporary graphic novellist, illustrator, animated film director, and children s book author Apart from her native tongue Persian, she speaks English, Swedish, German, French and Italian.Satrapi grew up in Tehran in a family which was involved with communist and socialist movements in Iran prior to the Iranian Revolution She attended the Lyc e Fran ais there and witnessed, as a child, the growing suppression of civil liberties and the everyday life consequences of Iranian politics, including the fall of the Shah, the early regime of Ruhollah Khomeini, and the first years of the Iran Iraq War She experienced an Iraqi air raid and Scud missile attacks on Tehran According to Persepolis, one Scud hit the house next to hers, killing her friend and entire family.Satrapi s family are of distant Iranian Azeri ancestry and are descendants of Nasser al Din Shah, Shah of Persia from 1848 until 1896 Satrapi said that But you have to know the kings of the Qajar dynasty, they had hundreds of wives They made thousands of kids If you multiply these kids by generation you have, I don t know, 10 15,000 princes and princesses There s nothing extremely special about that She added that due to this detail, most Iranian families would be, in the words of Simon Hattenstone of The Guardian, blue blooded In 1983, at the age of 14 Satrapi was sent to Vienna, Austria by her parents in order to flee the Iranian regime There she attended the Lyc e Fran ais de Vienne According to her autobiographical graphic novel, Persepolis, she stayed in Vienna through her high school years, staying in friends homes, but spent three months living on the streets After an almost deadly bout of pneumonia, she returned to Iran She studied Visual Communication, eventually obtaining a Master s Degree from Islamic Azad University in Tehran.During this time, Satrapi went to numerous illegal parties hosted by her friends, where she met a man named Reza, a veteran of the Iran Iraq War She married him at the age of 21, but divorced roughly three years later Satrapi then moved to Strasbourg, France.


    668 Comments

    1. Probably not terribly helpful as an instantiation of the helping-kids-deal-with-fears genre of picture books; more like a piece of folklore about how cats came to live with humans. I liked it, but I wasn't a kid who was afraid of the dark or monsters.


    2. I read this book because of this review: /review/show/. , now one of my favorite reviews on . (I suggest that you go and read that review. I think I liked this book as much as I did because of the review as much as because of the book itself.)This is a cute book and it might be helpful for children who are afraid of monsters at night, but only if their household has at least one cat companion, or if their parents are amenable to keeping a light on at night. This book is by the author of the memo [...]


    3. I ordered this book through the public library but didn't realize it was a children's book. I had ordered because I wanted to read more books by this author. this was a cute book and great if you have kids and a cat. they will always want the cat near by :-)



    4. French-Iranian Marjane Satrapi has been hailed as one of the foremost comics artists of our time, and rightfully so I might add. This despite, or maybe because of the fact that she's only done a handful of graphic novels. A comparison to American Art Spiegelman is not out of place, both from the fact that Satrapi is so obviously inspired by Spiegelman's masterpiece Maus, and that he also has done few but very well received comics. Besides the graphic novels that she's done, Satrapi has also made [...]


    5. I'm a fan of Marjane Satrapi, but this children's book just didn't do it for me. There are monsters that scare Marie at night, so she cuts out the moon and puts it in a birdcage in her room to keep the monsters away. It works, but the cats can't see at night without the moon, which means that the rats get out of control. The cat king finally negotiates with Marie to solve their mutual problems. It sounds like a cute story, but it's too simply told and the pictures are really big and colorful. Ma [...]


    6. A Emma le gusta muchísimo.Emma no tiene miedo de los monstruos pero tiene un gato, ahora sabemos que no tiene miedo de los monstruos porque tiene un gato que la cuida : )


    7. Satrapi of Persepolis fame brings young readers a gem of a story. The main character Marie has a wonderful life until night falls and the monsters come out. One of them pinches her on the nose, one of them pulls her hair and the third one makes horrible faces all night. Marie’s a smart girl so when she realizes that the monsters are afraid of the moon she cuts it out of the sky and puts it in a birdcage over her bed at night to protect her. This dynamic story is full of bright, narrative illus [...]


    8. The storyline goes that a little girl, Marie, likes doing the nice things of daytime but that it all chanes at nightfall; the monsters come out then!So mate they don't like the light. So she brings a piece of the moon into her room.And it Worked!!! But then, because the moon was gone, the cats…. and then the rats… and then the cats talk too…; and I'm not saying any more.For the kids, the art is stylized, "normal" for the good parts; scary for the scary parts. Well designed.Good for all age [...]


    9. This was somewhat disappointing! I expected more from Marjane Satrapi, who is an amazing writer and artist. This children's book had a lot of potential but it fell short. The story seemed rushed and underdeveloped. I'm sure kids will enjoy it anyway, especially at bedtime, but I just expected a lot more. I do, however, give her lots of credit for making cats such an essential part of the story (and its resolution)!


    10. Saya penggemar Marjane Satrapi dan mulai mengikuti seluruh karyanya sejak membaca Persepolis yang merupakan sebuah novel grafis.Buku ini ditujukan untuk anak-anak sehingga gambarnya lebih sederhana dan berwarna. Ceritanya unik, saya suka. Saya membacakannya untuk anak saya yang berusia 1,5 tahun dan dia juga senang dibacakan buku ini.Saya tahu potensi Marjane Satrapi, buku ini mungkin hanya permulaan karyanya untuk anak-anak. Buku anak selanjutnya pasti akan lebih bagus dan menarik :)


    11. After reading Persopolis, I was curious about what sort of children's book Satrapi would write. Marie is a tough, independent little girl - she is afraid of monsters but takes her fear in her own hands and solves her problem. And then has to solve the problems she has created by solving hers. No parents were required in the solving of any problems.


    12. I'm trying to move my almost-5 year old to her own room (yes, she co-sleeps. Yes, I love it. Yes, I regret it. But sometimes sleep is more important than being right). As she is using the whole "monsters in my room" to avoid sleeping alone, I thought that monster books might be good. This one is cute, well-written and beautifully illustrated.


    13. Marie is afraid of the dark because three monsters come out at night and torment her. She learns that the monsters are afraid of the moon, so she bring a piece of the moon into her room to keep them away. Her plan works, but causes problems because there is no bright moon to light up the sky. What will she do? If she puts back the moon, the scary monsters might come back!


    14. I adored this book. It may just be because the combination of little kids and cats are adorable, but I also genuinely think it is creative idea. The book is for a younger audience, probably first grade and bellow. I think any cat lover would madly fall in love with this book, but also a book for all types of kids. The images are simple, but still adorable. I highly recommended this book.


    15. Biasanya Marjane Satrapi membahas tentang revolusi di Iran yang pernah terjadi dalam hidupnya. Tapi, melalui buku Monster Takut Bulan ini, Marjane Satrapi menunjukkan sisi lainnya, yakni kepeduliannya terhadap literasi anak-anak. Dan menurut saya, buku ini cukup menarik, seperti menjelaskan asal mula suatu mitos atau kejadian tertentu, digambarkan dengan cara yang menarik pula.


    16. Monsters are afraid of the Moon and cats! Glad this story ended happily, especially with a cast of characters like this: "three of the scariest monsters who ever lived," cats who can't see in the dark!?, the stealing rats, and a very diplomatic Cat King accompanied by his cabinet minister.


    17. I'm Satrapi's fan but not quite sure how to rate children's book. Apparently I'm not targeted reader so I an only say the book is cute and I hope my niece will like it. Later I'll introduce her [my niece] with other Satrapi's work that are one of my favourite reads.




    18. I gave this to my daughter for a Christmas present. She loves, I love it. Please consider giving it to any child you know.







    19. Exceedingly cute story of a girl who has to find a way to keep monsters at bay and the unintended consequences thereof.


    20. ini baru satu detik satu buku, hahaha lebay. Oh jadi ini asal mulanya kenapa orang suka tidur sama kucingnya :D




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