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Black Day: The Monster Rock Band ❰Reading❯ ➿ Black Day: The Monster Rock Band Author Marcus Sikora – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Brad is a paper boy who wants to be a rock star, so when he discovers the band Black Day playing in old Professor Hammer s garage, he really wants to joinThe band s monsters have a different idea and Brad is The Monster PDF/EPUB Â a paper boy who wants to be a rock star, Black Day: PDF/EPUB or so when he discovers the band Black Day playing in old Professor Hammer Day: The Monster PDF Ì s garage, he really wants to joinThe band s monsters have a different idea and send him away, No humans Brad sets out to change their minds, but the monsters have bigger problems than finding a bass player Halloween will never be the same againFull Color story book for childrenPurchase athttp mardrasikora black day.

    Black Day: The Monster Rock Band Kindle ¾ The Monster idea and send him away, No humans Brad sets out to change their minds, but the monsters have bigger problems than finding a bass player Halloween will never be the same againFull Color story book for childrenPurchase athttp mardrasikora black day."/>
  • Hardcover
  • 40 pages
  • Black Day: The Monster Rock Band
  • Marcus Sikora
  • English
  • 28 May 2017
  • 1634134419

About the Author: Marcus Sikora

Marcus Sikora The Monster PDF/EPUB Â is a year old creative soul who has Down Black Day: PDF/EPUB or syndrome and lives in Omaha, Nebraska He has acted on stage with local Day: The Monster PDF Ì and national companies as well as written a short one act Black Day The Monster Rock Band is his first book for children When he s not watching theater, singing, or working out, he s contemplating the sequel, title yet to be determined You can connect with Marcus and his adventures via Twitter marcusmusical, Facebook GrownUpsAndDowns, and BlackDayBook.



10 thoughts on “Black Day: The Monster Rock Band

  1. Kelly Kelly says:

    I love this children s book Now, I know the author very well and his creativity always amazes me, so I really tried hard to step back and look at this objectively like I didn t know the amazing young man behind the story who just happens to have an extra chromosome of awesome But, I STILL loved the book So, I thought maybe I wasn t able to be objective But then I heard others say they loved it, too, and I had to realize that objective or not, my love of this book was and is valid.The story, a I love this children s book Now, I know the author very well and his creativity always amazes me, so I really tried hard to step back and look at this objectively like I didn t know the amazing young man behind the story who just happens to have an extra chromosome of awesome But, I STILL loved the book So, I thought maybe I wasn t able to be objective But then I heard others say they loved it, too, and I had to realize that objective or not, my love of this book was and is valid.The story, at the surface, is cute Monsters and rock n roll What else could a kid want in a story, right Yet, it goes further than that Persistence and acceptance Expectations and inclusion Plus, the illustrations by Noah Witchell are great and they have some humor tucked into them A DVD read along will be coming soon and I can t wait to get my hands on that, too But, the TRUE TEST for this book was with my 5 year old nephew He thought it was going to be scary, but he soon realized the monsters weren t bad and the journey to that discovery was short and well tolerated He absolutely loved the book his favorite character is Skeleton Pumpkinhead The first day he had to hear it THREE times and not right after each other, as the first time we read and talked about it, the second time was because he wanted his dad to read the book with him when he got home from work, the third was for his bedtime story Every night since then, he s had to have his reading of Black Day It s cool he says The plus in liking the book is we don t mind reading it to him repeatedly.So, if you don t trust my maybe not quite objective opinion, trust the 5 year old s His is the opinion that matters, after all

  2. C. Ferry C. Ferry says:

    I never shy away from a good monster story, and Marcus Sikora has really delivered with this gorgeous story book The story is appropriate for all ages in other words, these monsters aren t too scary but has so many levels and messages that can be shared The illustrations are really quite lovely and engaging as well I won t give any spoilers, but the story leaves me smiling every time I never shy away from a good monster story, and Marcus Sikora has really delivered with this gorgeous story book The story is appropriate for all ages in other words, these monsters aren t too scary but has so many levels and messages that can be shared The illustrations are really quite lovely and engaging as well I won t give any spoilers, but the story leaves me smiling every time

  3. Nanette Day Nanette Day says:

    Beautifully illustrated book with a wonderful story that will engage monster enthusiasts of all ages The story is not scary at all It is endearing and fun I love the theme of not being afraid of monsters or judging those who look different I really hope we get to seeadventures involving Brad and the Monster Rock Band

  4. Hayley Goleniowska Hayley Goleniowska says:

    An excellent debut story from Marcus who has Down s syndrome and his Mum Beautifully illustrated and with a special message about difference and inclusion My daughters love the Monster Rock Band, a perfect story for cosy nights and spooky hallowe ens.

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