Thursday, October 26, 2017

How to Turn Your Mom Into a Monster Book By Aurora Whittet

Book Details:

Book Title: How to Turn Your Mom into a Monster by Aurora Whittet
Category: Children's Fiction, 40 pages
Genre: Children's Picture Book
Publisher: Wise Ink Publishing
Release date: Oct 2, 2017
Tour dates: Oct 16 to 27, 2017
Content Rating: G

Book Description:

Do you like smearing your lunch all over yourself? Do you fight with your sister just because she's there? Do you find yourself unable to go to bed because mysterious ninjas keep stealing your pajamas? Then you're a little monster! Guess what: Mom can be a monster too! It's up to you to make your mom's monster come out to play . . .

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I rated this book 5 *****'s 
 This is such a beautiful and fun book to read for your kids I asked my daughter to read this book and she said she is too big for this book to read. She said this book is for little kids. I read it by myself.

Though my babies are now 14 and 11, luckily they were not monsters when they were little. This book is so beautiful and fun to read. I loved the illustrations. Little kids will enjoy looking at them for sure.

This book brought so much memories while am reading it. Kids grow up too fast and that we must treasure every precious moments with them.  It brought smile to my face and so much loved especially the last page. I am sure that some of the routines mention in the book, some parents can relate. Fortunately, my kids were behaving when they were little. Now that they are bigger, putting them to bed is a pain compared when they were little. Little monsters or angels, we were the one who created them. We love those buggers anyway and we will not trade them anything for the world.

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Meet the Author:

Aurora Whittet started out as a wild red-haired girl in Minnesota dreaming up stories for her friends to read. Today, she has completed Bloodmark, Bloodrealms, and Bloodmoon of the Bloodmark Saga trilogy, Mama's Knight: A Cancer Story of Love, and How to Turn Your Mom into a Monster. She's a national award-winning graphic designer in her day job. Aurora lives with her family in Minnesota.

What made you write a book about monsters?
I wrote a How to Turn Your Mom into a Monster after surviving the many antics of my own son. He’s now five and the king of shenanigans, and sometimes those moments he acts up nearly break you as a mom. I think that mom’s need a laugh at the end of the night and a light at the end of the tunnel to know they are doing a darn good job, and they aren’t alone.

Do you have another profession besides writing?
I write children’s picture books, young adult novels and I am a designer and illustrator. Basically as my father would say, I’m rather artsy-fartsy.

In today’s tech savvy world, most writers use a computer or laptop. Have you ever written parts of your book on paper?
My children’s books are fully written on paper and sketched out first, before I ever start truly drawing the pictures or opening my computer. I think more clearly on paper. My young adult novels are probably about forty percent on paper, but I do use the computer a lot more for those longer word counts.

How long have you been writing?
I’m pretty sure I wrote my first short story when I was about seven years old. Followed by many more around longer stories starting at age twelve. Naturally they were all terrible, but I loved the thrill of it and have continued to pursue that passion.

What is the most ridiculous thing your son has done?

It actually made it into the book, he truly toot-blamed me at the pharmacy once. I was mortified. He even had details like what aisle I did it in, one we’d never even been in. Can’t really get out of that when he has so many made-up details! Just smile on mamas, and laugh with them, because life is always easier when you’re laughing.

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