MONSTRA VS. IRVING by Stephen Manes

MONSTRA VS. IRVING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An undemanding story about a boy whose pesky little sister drinks the potion he's ordered for himself--and becomes a fire-breathing monster. Developed logically but without much spark, humor, or imagination; in the end, little Claire is back to normal, nobody's learned anything, and nothing has changed. A ""Redfeather Book"" with some appeal to monster fans.

Pub Date: Oct. 16th, 1989
Page count: 74pp
Publisher: Henry Holt