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Mean n Messy Monsters

Author : Dave Garbot
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DIVYoung artists will learn the essential concepts for creating classic and original cartoon monsters, step by step./div

The Big Book of Cartooning

Author : Dave Garbot
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An adventurous journey into the amazing and awesome world of cartooning!

Mean n Messy Monsters

Author : Dave Garbot
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Mean 'n' Messy Monsters follows the introductory title in the Cartooning for Kids series, Crazy, Zany Cartoon Characters, expanding on its core concepts and teaching young artists to draw a range of fun and unique monsters in true cartooning style. Children will love learning how to reinterpret their favorite popular monsters in cartoon form, as well as design their own menacing characters, all with a colorful, silly touch. Featured sections cover characteristics, expressions, and gestures that make a cartoon monster come to life on the page, as well as creative ideas and techniques for rendering a monster in an unexpected costume, disguise, or location--all to scare and surprise, of course! Projects include widely recognized monsters from classic stories, movies, and legends, including beasts such as Godzilla, King Kong, Frankenstein, Mummies, zombies, and more-- reinterpreted in a fun and whimsical kid-friendly style! Each lesson begins with a simple shape and progresses to a colorful final piece of art, making it easy for budding artists of all skill levels to follow along. Along the way, tips and tricks from a professional cartoonist are included to guide their efforts, making this book an experience that is sure to create a new favorite pastime.

Monster In The Dark

Author : C.J. Darling
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The ferrets’ Human pets have gone away for Christmas vacation, and they’re having fun playing. Suddenly they see a horrible ugly face in the window. It’s a monster—and it’s trying to get into their house! Goliath might be the biggest ferret in the Mustela Secret Service, but he’s really just a frightened baby. How can he protect old Nova and his friends? Somehow he has to be brave and strong! ~~~~~ Excerpt ~~~~~ It was a monster! A gigantic ugly face was staring into the room. It had little black eyes, a big black nose, and strange little ears that flopped down on either side of its head. Its whole face was a mass of floppy brown and white wrinkles. Sharp white teeth pointed in all directions as it pushed its nose against the clear window glass. Suddenly it threw its head back and howled again. It was a sad, lonely sound that sent the ferrets into a panic. Taz threw himself on top of Nova to protect her. Maggie and Zephyr dashed to the other end of their cage so fast that they fell down the ramp, and tumbled over each other. Goliath let out a single shrill scream, but he was too scared to move. Down at the bottom of the cage, the older ferrets shivered and hid under their blankets. Zephyr finally stopped tumbling when she landed right on top of old Gonzo. Maggie fell against her, and poor Gonzo yelled at both of them to Get Off! "Let me see." Nova was buried under Taz, who was shaking so hard that the entire cage was swaying. "Taz, get off me!" Taz didn't move. "It's gone now! Where did it go?" "Taz!" Nova tried to wiggle free, then reached over and bit his foot hard. "Off!" "Ouch!" Taz jumped, and Nova crawled out from under him. "Nova, that hurt!" "I couldn't breathe." Nova rubbed her whiskers against his sore foot in apology. "You're heavy." "I'm sorry, Nova. I don't mean to be." She nudged him in the ribs, and smiled up at him. "You can't help being big. It means you're healthy." Poor Goliath was still standing frozen, staring at the window with huge eyes. “Wh-where did it go?” Nova climbed up onto his shoulders so she could see the window better. The monster’s big nose had left a wet smudge on the glass, but Taz was right. The monster was gone. “I don’t know. But it’s gone now, Goliath.” Gently she rubbed at his trembling ears with her nose. “You’re safe. Nothing can get into the house unless Mom Human or Dad Human let it in.” “They’ll never let a monster into the house.” Maggie had climbed back up to the top level. Goliath got scared so easily that sometimes she got mad at him. But this time, she had been scared, too. So she didn’t laugh at him, or make fun of him. “They’ll never do anything that might hurt us.” “That’s right.” Zephyr was just behind her. “They take good care of us.” She rubbed against Goliath, and felt him relax. “We’re all safe as long as we stay inside the house.” Taz was still staring at the window, but his fur had calmed down again. “You’ve been outside without a Human guard, Zephyr. What do you think it was?” Zephyr loved to talk about the time she’d snuck out of the house, and had romped all around the farm for two whole days before Dad Human had finally caught her in the barn and brought her back into the house. “There are lots of wild animals outside,” she told him with big, serious eyes. “I’ve never seen anything like that before. It was too ugly to be a farm animal, so it must have been something wild.” Maggie thought about that for a minute. “It sure was ugly,” she finally agreed. “I wonder why it came here.” “It’s probably hungry.” Goliath remembered the crunchy pellets he’d hidden under his blanket, and quickly ate one. “Wild animals are always hungry.” “You’re always hungry,” Maggie teased, smacking his thick black fur with one tiny white paw. “Does that make you a wild animal?” Goliath looked down at her. He was nearly twice her size, and could have crushed her just by sitting on her. “It makes me,” he said, reaching for another pellet, “a growing boy.”

A Monster Named Chores

Author : Cindy Miller
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Timmy was just like other little boys, but he had one fault. He hated doing his chores; he would rather play with his toys and eat his snacks. His mother warned him his mess would someday turn into a monster and stink up his entire room. Timmy did not heed his mother’s advice, and one day he received some unexpected company. A monster named Chores took up residence under his bed, eating the scraps until he grew very large and smelly. Chores delighted in making an even bigger and smellier mess. How long will Timmy be able to live with the monster sharing his bedroom?

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Wilderness Science in a Time of Change Conference

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Wilderness Science in a Time of Change Conference Wilderness within the context of larger systems

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Money Is a Monster

Author : Ntelamo Ntelamo
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The author knows too well that everybody talks about money. Forget all the books you have read about money. This book is the only book that strikes through the subject of money with such amazing contrasts from a completely new perspective never told. All the books you have read about money tell you how to invest but do not tell you how destructive money is. This book tells you that money is a monster, that it is the bigger elephant in the room. All the truth about what money is and what it does is found in this book. This is the only book that will tell you how money has changed the world we live in. It has changed our politics, our lifestyle, our politics. It has divided people and society into classes. It has changed everything about life. Do not think twice. Buy a copy of this book, and you will go on a story of sorts, and you will read it over. After reading this book, you will have a new perspective about money and life. You will know what matters in life and on earth. You will know the truth about money.

The Monster in Theatre History

Author : Michael Chemers
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Monsters are fragmentary, uncertain, frightening creatures. What happens when they enter the realm of the theatre? The Monster in Theatre History explores the cultural genealogies of monsters as they appear in the recorded history of Western theatre. From the Ancient Greeks to the most cutting-edge new media, Michael Chemers focuses on a series of ‘key’ monsters, including Frankenstein’s creature, werewolves, ghosts, and vampires, to reconsider what monsters in performance might mean to those who witness them. This volume builds a clear methodology for engaging with theatrical monsters of all kinds, providing a much-needed guidebook to this fascinating hinterland.