A Monster for Meg
Lois Wickstrom, author
Monsters are Scary. Meg doesn't understand why. She's blind. Meg's big sister tries to explain why using senses other that sight. But every time, Meg interprets the scary monster as something her big sister has done, like bump her head in their secret fort, or lick her fingers sticky with peanut butter, or drool over strawberry smoothies. In the end the best things about monsters is they are a reason for the big sister to wrap her arms around Meg give her a monster hug. Could you scare Meg?