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The Last Kids on Earth
meets Goosebumps in this hilarious new series about a secret society of babysitters who protect kids from the monsters that really do live under their beds!
When middle schooler Kelly Ferguson’s Halloween plans switch from party-going to babysitting, she thinks the scariest part of her night will be the death of her social life. But then Baby Jacob gets kidnapped by the Boogeyman’s minions and Kelly learns there’s a whole lot more to childcare than free snacks and Netflix. Like chasing shadow monsters, drop-kicking Toadies, and mastering monster-fighting moves like the Naptime Headlock and Playground Punch.
Now, with the help of an ancient handbook and a secret society of butt-kicking babysitters, Kelly sets out to destroy the Boogeyman before he brings Jacob’s nightmares to life. But when the monsters’ trail leads to her school’s big Halloween bash, Kelly will have to prove she can save the world—without totally embarrassing herself in front of her friends.
Packed with black-and-white illustrations and insider secrets from the world of monster hunting, A Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting is full of tricks, treats, and terrifying twists!
|Title||:||A Babysitter's Guide to Monster Hunting (Babysitter's Guide to Monsters #1)|
|Number of Pages||:||352 pages|
June 21, 2017
ARC provided by Young Adult Books Central
Kelly desperately wants to attend Camp Miskatonic-- she's overhead Deanna, head of the Princess Pack at her school talk about it, and it sounds awesome. The problem? It costs $4,000 to go for the summer, and Kelly's family is struggling financially. She ha...
August 27, 2017
Watch out monsters, watch out Grand Guignol, these babysitters won't let you get away with your evil, vile plans!
Babysitters, just like cheerleaders, are often found in horror books and movies. Generally though they just die by the dozen in screams and blood. But not these babysitters. Oh no, the...
June 19, 2017
I received a copy via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.
This was fun! I love the message of being true to yourself and not just following the crowd. There were some creepy bits that were pretty great.
I'll definitely be recommending this one to my younger customers!
July 12, 2017
My name is Kelly, and I've lost a little boy on my first babysitting job. He was taken by one of his nightmare monsters (yeah, I didn't believe in them either), so I called his regular sitter Liz. She's a babysitting, ninja monster hunter! It's all my fault Jacob was taken, but I don't know how t...
August 12, 2017
Kelly wants nothing more than to make enough money to send herself to summer camp. To meet her goal she has taken many odd jobs and for this reason decides to take a babysitting job for her moms boss even though Kelly dislikes kids and taking the job means missing a big party. When monsters kidna...
October 19, 2017
Kelly main character is very annoying. The story is a great Halloween read for all ages. Filled with action and adventure this book is a fun read. The one thing that stood out to me were that these young children must face his/her fears in order to defeat the monster; that is what thew children d...
July 10, 2017
This was a FANTASTICALLY entertaining book! I cannot wait to share this with a girl I know who is just getting into the ‘Goosebumps’ books, she will love this!
Main character Kelly Ferguson is in middle school and has been working hard at earning money to go to camp, which is high dollar. Kelly’s...
July 10, 2017
Another fantastic debut from the chuckle-worthy dedication to the final confrontation! Buffy just got a worthy successor!
July 28, 2017
The Babysitter's Club meets Goosebumps (with a much greater word count) - should be a good fit for readers in the target group who enjoy age-appropriate horror with a dose of humor.
June 18, 2017
Vivid descriptions and imaginative scenarios are highlighted in this exciting tale. With strong characters and strong themes of fighting your fears, this story is great for middle grades, but maybe not for the very young or very nervous. It certainly is a lot of fun.