A Monster in My Cereal by Marie-Francine Hebert

Cover of: A Monster in My Cereal | Marie-Francine Hebert

Published by Second Story Press .

Written in English

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  • Fiction,
  • General,
  • Juvenile Fiction,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 9-12 Fiction,
  • Children: Grades 4-6

Book details

The Physical Object
Number of Pages54
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11470113M
ISBN 100929005120
ISBN 109780929005126

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Monster in my Cereal (The Poppy Series) [Marie-Francine Hebert] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Poppy's father is a pain.

And the worst of it is that she is stuck with him for a whole weekend while her mother and brother are away. Suddenly5/5(1). A Monster in My Cereal book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Poppy isn t very pleased. Her father is a pain. And the worst of it /5(24). COVID Resources.

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Monster in My Pocket is a media franchise developed by American company Morrison Entertainment Group, headed by Joe Morrison and John Weems, two former senior executives at Mattel. The focus is on monsters and legendary creatures from religion, mythology, literary fantasy, science fiction, cryptids and other anomalous phenomena.

Monster in My Pocket produced trading cards, comic books, books. I, Monster: Serial Killers in Their Own Chilling Words [Philbin, Tom] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. I, Monster: Serial Killers in Their Own Chilling Words/5(20). Monster In My Pocket (M.I.M.P.) figures were issued by Matchbox from These came in different series.

Some series were not sold in the stores but were premiums for other products, mainly for cereals or the Nintendo M.I.M.P. Game. Especially the rareness of the Series 3 and the later series M.I.M.P. figures makes collecting M.I.M.P. In Marchthe first two cereals in the line were introduced, the chocolate-flavored Count Chocula and the strawberry-flavored Franken Berry.

In the commercials, the two monsters, Count Alfred Chocula and Franken Berry, would engage in comic bickering over which cereal was better, when something or someone else interfered in their verbal sparring and scared them Mascot: Cartoon vampire;, The name is a pun.

There’s a Monster in your book!” She requests this book by name so frequently. We got this book when she was 12 months old and it was almost immediately a favorite and has continued to be since then.

The premise of the book is that there is a monster in the book that you are trying to get out/5(). Moore has filmed a six-episode TV series for LMN, Monster in My Family, which begins airing July 1. In it, she introduces the families of killers to those of their victims.

Bringing in the Unlucky Number 13th Episode, is the Monsters from the Monster cereals. Count Chocula, FrankenBerry, BooBerry, Frute Brute, and Yummy Mummy. Learn the History, get my review of the.

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Readers are encouraged to shake, tilt, and spin the book around, while the monster careens around an empty background looking scared and lost. Viewers are exhorted to tickle the monster's feet, blow on the page, and make a really loud noise.

Finally, shockingly, it works: "Now he's in your room!".Brand: Random House Children's Books. The 15 free cereal toys EVERY 80s and 90s kid will remember, including Kellogg’s bike reflectors and Coco Pops spoon toppers For fans of nostalgia, has created a definitive Author: Sarah Barns.

The book is interactive as the reader/child attempt to remove the monster from the book, but then discover that you may not want a monster in your room. The artwork is colorful. And what ensues are giggles, fun discoveries, and interactions as the child try’s to help do what the author has written on the pages/5.

General Mills: Monsters, Big G cereals. Count Chocula and Franken Berry were inspired by classic horror film vampires and the Frankenstein monster. Yet in early commercials the cereal monsters were nervous nellies — often quickly becoming afraid of just about everything.

“I’m the super-sweet monster with the super-sweet new cereal!”. Suddenly, a massive finger intrudes from stage left, followed by a big, pastel-pink brute—Franken Berry. “Piffle!” he yells, in a British accent worthy of Boris Karloff. “Here’s the super-sweet new cereal.” It was a tough : Cara Giaimo.

InPac-Man cereal also offered Color Bubbles, and inCorn Pops gave us three flavors of Whistling Pops. In andthe monster cereals delivered additional sugar to kids via Wacky Wafers and Super Bubble Gum.

Man, no wonder I had so much energy back then – I was hopped up on sugar. The cereals partnered with artists from DC Comics to give each monster a fresh look. My favorite is Count Chocolate who is more expressive than in the past.

His huge nose and big buck teeth are less goofy and more menacing than past renditions. Cinnamon Toast Crunch Cereal, 2 Boxes - Oz. Average rating: out of 5 stars, based on 25 reviews. Current Price $ NextDay eligible. Free pickup today. Sponsored product. CARNATION BREAKFAST ESSENTIALS Classic French Vanill Average rating: out of 5 stars, based on reviews.

Current Price $ NextDay eligible. It’s ok to play with your food. Pick your favorite Monster Cereal character and battle to see who can “eat” the most cereal.

In this fast-paced game of luck and strategy, players collect as many Cereal Cards in their Bowls as they can. Each Monster has special powers to give you an advantage and help you gobble up the most cereal. Use Milk Tokens to combine Cereal /10().

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The Monster Cereals Army. K likes. This Autumn will see the return of classic General Mills Monster Cereals: Count Chocula, Frankenberry and Boo Followers: K. The complete name of the product was Kellogg's Disney Pixar Monsters, Inc.

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That’s all it takes to make these kooky monsters, Halloween or not. Monsters are great craft projects for boys and girls, but we all know that coming up with crafts for boys can sometimes be challenging.

If you’d like the instructions for making these colorful,Read More». Apart from Count Chocula, which presumably owes its inspiration to Dracula, I can’t think of any cereals with names derived from classic books. This despite the fact that the word "cereal" owes its origins to Ceres, the Roman goddess of grain, which suggests to me that the classics really should have a place in the cereal aisle.

Back inI addressed General Mills’ line of “Monster Cereals” in one of my October posts. You can read the whole thing here.

My thoughts on the topic generally haven’t changed, but since the 2nd has already come and gone, I chose a. Boo Berry Introduced: Based on: Ghosts Flavor: Blueberry. Boo Berry was the first monster added after the original lineup of Boo’s claim to fame the first blueberry-flavored cereal.

And while not having the same monster cache as its predecessors, Boo Berry became quite popular, stood the test of time, and is still available today. But what was it about a blue cereal. It's the second in my series of GENERAL MILLS MONSTER CEREALS parodies, smershing together that fruity ghost Boo Berry with Breaking Bad.

Heisenberg has cooked up a brand new breakfast cereal to help peddle his distinctly-hued meth -- it's a (artificial) blueberry flavored frosted cereal with blue methmallow crystals.

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Grover Underwood, related to Pan, the wilderness god. Percy’s best friend and satyr. The Bowl: Boo Berry Monster Cereal () The Breakdown: With a subtle dash of berry glaze and a honkin’ helping of sweet sucrose nuggets, Boo Berry makes for a seasonally appropriate treat that nevertheless can’t hold up against other cereals during non-spooky times—let alone in milk.

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Secretive blogger The Retroist falls into the first camp. “I have been eating Monster Cereals my entire life. I love them all, but my constant companion over the years has been Boo.

Kellog's Kream Krunch cereal, sounds like my kind of cereal. Kream Krunch cereal was marketed by Kellogg's in It had pieces of various flavors of free-dried ice cream with oat "O" shaped cereal.

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Monster Cereals fans can cast their vote for Boo.Monster Cereals. K likes. Good to be back to sugary goodness!Followers: K. Brilliant book! Very interactive and well thought out. Had my 4 year old son giggling from start to finish.

It's a nice and simple book that children can easily join in with rather than just laying there listening to, although the first time round it did have my son slightly freaked out that he thought there was a monster in my room!/5.

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