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REVIEW: Here Be Monsters by Alan Snow

herebemonsters.jpgIf your kids loved the imaginative Boxtrolls movie, then here’s something that’s well worth seeking out

Alan Snow’s weirdly wonderful novel inspired the film, and it’s been reissued to coincide with the movie release. So here’s s a timely reminder that when there’s an emergency in Ratbridge, Arthur will need some very unusual friends to help sort things out – including the Boxtrolls! 

 OUP, out now. Age: 8+

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