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The Little Book of Five Monsters

David Spencer

Publisher: David Spencer

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The Little Book of Five Monsters are a selection of hand drawn doodle monsters that come paired with a quick short story about each individual character. 
Take a look inside to find the first of many more monsters to follow in this series.

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