I Loathe You by David Slonim. Unconditional loathing is monsterly love in this sweetly humorous picture book. Author and illustrator Slonim depicts a tender, tongue-in-cheek celebration of a very special kind of love. Full color. 1/22/13
Love Monster ($17) is a hairy monster trying to fit in with the cuddly residents of Cutesville and find someone who will love him just the way he is. His journey is not easy, but he soon discovers that love can find you when you least expect it.
Pug and Doug are best friends, even when their differences lead to a misunderstanding. An ideal story for preschoolers who are navigating friendships, told in a way that is just as funny for adults as for kids.
Super-silly tale of a sticky girl whose dog and family members become stuck to her, one after the other, resulting in a laugh-out-loud adventure with hints of the Grimm Brothers' "The Golden Goose." Just one of many kids' books reviewed at www.infodad.com. Direct link: http://transcentury.blogspot.com/2013/07/from-busy-to-bedtime.html
A monster father softly and sweetly sings his own version of a classic song to his son. A screeching owl, a vampire, an ogre, and zombies are just a few of the creatures who will come to soothe Little Monster through the night, until it's finally time for him to go to sleep.