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Sunday, January 26, 2014

World of Ink Book Tours Monster Book for Kids

Title of Book: When the Monsters are Quiet
Author: Alicia Lloyd
Publisher: Halo Publishing, Int.
ISBN Number: 13: 978-1-61244-219-8
Publication Date: January 2014
Genre of Book: Children’s Picture Book
Page count: 25
Price: $11.95
Follow Alicia Lloyd on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/whenthemonstersarequiet


Places available for sale: Halo, Amazon, Barnes & Noble

It is also located in 40,000 databases in over 100 countries around the world.


Review provided by: World of Ink Network


About the Book:

1st grade reading level children's book. Phonemic awareness and reading comprehension strategies are in the back of the book so parents can get their kiddos star readers!

This friendly book is a fun way children can start to become proficient readers by reading about one of their biggest worries- bedtime! This book is a reminder to never be afraid of your monsters and has helpful hints for parents to help their children by exploring with early reading strategies at home. 



“So the next time you think monsters are under your bed,

Just remember, it is all in your head!”


What inspired the Author to write the book?

The idea was unique and unexpected. I was sleeping at a new place one night and at the age of 22, still afraid of monsters. I heard all of these weird and unfamiliar noises around the house. I was texting my boyfriend, Chris, saying, “I don’t like this! I’m hearing too many noises, I can’t fall asleep.” He then texted me back asking if I ever did fall back asleep. My response was, “eventually, when the monsters were quiet.” Right there I thought, “That would be an awesome title for a children’s book!” The next weekend at 3am I suddenly woke up, went to my phone, opened notepad, and wrote the last two lines and the first three of my book. The next day Chris and I were driving and he was singing Selena Gomez’s song, “Come Get It,” extremely loud and obnoxious. (I find it funny with him being 6’5 singing this song.) Somehow, I finished my book right next to him in the car.


About the Author:  Alicia Lloyd is a senior at West Chester University of Pennsylvania and is working towards her Bachelor’s Degree in Early Grades Preparation (PK-4) and Special Education. She has a strong passion for working with children and loves to write! Alicia lives in Oxford, Pennsylvania surrounded by her wonderful friends and family. 

 Learn more about Alicia Lloyd, her book and World of Ink Author/Book Tour at http://tinyurl.com/mxhj8vj

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