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Author Welma Abert Craft’s new book “There’s a Monster in Our School?” is a charming children’s tale that teaches figurative expressions

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Welma Abert Craft, an elementary educator and member of the Society of Children’s Books Writers and Illustrators, has finished her new book “Is There a Monster in Our School?” : a playful children’s tale about a monster hunt at school.

“Alex overhears the principal say, ‘We’ve created a monster,’ and decides he’ll find the monster before it hurts a student. After bravely searching each classroom without finding it, he goes to the principal and asks him where the monster is hiding. To his surprise, it was Alex who created the monster. He learns a lesson in not letting his imagination run wild when he only hears part of an interesting conversation.

Published by Page Publishing, Welma Abert Craft’s delightful tale follows the quest to find a monster and develops children’s understanding of figurative language.

Readers who want to experience this exciting work can purchase “There’s a Monster in Our School?” in bookstores worldwide or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For more information or media requests, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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