7 edition of The monster storm found in the catalog.
A little monster is afraid of a thunderstorm, so he goes outside and tries to scare it away.
|Statement||written by Jeanne Willis ; illustrated by Susan Varley.|
|Contributions||Varley, Susan, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.3.W6799 Mr 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||94073774|
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This could possibly signal a confrontation with the monster, because throughout the book, Shelley has used the weather as a signal. But the snow totals?
The storm Shelley describes is much like the one she and her fellow writers experience during the summer of They do so one afternoon as Odysseus sleeps; when the Sun finds out, he asks Zeus to punish Odysseus and his men.
Many appear to be placed around the prison, possibly taken after he has been released as he is dressed in plain clothes although his oversized T-shirt is striped.
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