Monsterology with free Monsterology card pack: The Complete Book of Monstrous Creatures

Monsterology with free Monsterology card pack: The Complete Book of Monstrous Creatures

Monsterology is an innovative 3D turn-based strategy game based on the bestselling Ology book series. Players can collect the full set of 100 trading cards called 'Nuko' that magically come to life within the 3D game environment. Battle your way through twenty levels of gameplay. Spawn monsters, lay traps, play magical items against an AI opponent. 100 unique Nuko cards to Monsterology is an innovative 3D turn-based strategy game based on the bestselling Ology book series. Players can co...

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Title:Monsterology with free Monsterology card pack: The Complete Book of Monstrous Creatures
Author:Dugald A. Steer
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:Monsterology
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:32 pages pages

Monsterology with free Monsterology card pack: The Complete Book of Monstrous Creatures Reviews

  • guiltlessreader
    Apr 15, 2012

    My son loves this book but never before have we read it from cover to cover. That is no small feat as the text is tiny and the book is absolutely jammed with facts. An interactive encyclopedia of monsters divided into sections and complete with "specimens", samples, sketches, and illus...

    A magical and fantastic book. It is so full of creativity that every page of the book amazed me. Grab a copy to see what I mean. ...

    This fun "reference" book is divided into four sections; Beasts of the Earth, Beasts of Water, Beasts of the Air, and Semi-Human Beasts. It's presented as a field guide to Monsters of the world, lavishly illustrated and with information on the beasts' food, habitat, appearance, forms o...

    I love this book. It is in the same format as the other Ologie books but this one is done up for monsters. How much more fun can that get. I love they way they do this up like a scrapbook/journal. There is a lot of "samples" from the creatures that the author finds especially in the ba...

    I think it's a true book about monsters. I thought it was wonderful. It has pictures and parts of the amazing beasts for you to feel and examine. It 's a really great book. ...

    Though I think I enjoyed this ology more than the others, I was a little disappointed with the short amount of information given on each creature. There was much more information in the other books. ...

    ooooo lots of cool stuff ...

    Exciting and imaginative book with facts and myths. beautifully illustrated with flaps and detachable papers. ...

    Monsterology contains a guide to mythological monstrous beasts, written by the fictional Dr. Ernest Drake. The book is oversized, with an attractive cover, and the contents are presented in an almost ?scrapbook? format. Drake divides his text into chapters, and in each chapter writ...

    Delightful. It's a guidebook by a fictional natural historian who traveled around the world to observe monsters in their native habitats. It sorts the monsters by type of habitat or physiological structure so it's easy to navigate. It even included mythological creatures I hadn't heard...

    Really neat, clever concept, beautiful illustrations. The book is a faux textbook for budding monsterologists and explains how to seek monsters in the wild and care for orphaned baby monsters (i.e., "Unicorns should be fed pomegranate juice until they are five months old"). It very cle...

    This book is not to be and should not be mixed up with the actual monster book from Harry Potter, that may eat little fingers; this book can answer, do monstrous krakens really lurk below the deep ocean waves? Do soaring griffins command the air above? A fabulous tome for those who lov...

    I may just be burned out on -Ologies at this point. What I did like were the homework assignments, all of which would be useful for would-be zoologists or crytozoologists. The information on monsters was pretty much old hat by now, though. We've read a fair few monster books in the pas...

    This is a great installment in the "Ology" series. While Eygptology is still my favorite, Monsterology will definately entertain any child. It contains tons of lift-the-flaps, things to feel (ever wonder what unicorn's hair felt like?), and oodles of mini-books to read along with the m...

    This is an interesting book, but I feel like it leaves a lot of information out. Done as a handbook for beginning monster handlers, it gives brief hints and warnings on how to safely approach and study the various types of monsters that inhabit our world. It's a okay short read, but if...

    Not much of a frame story but this book doesn't need one. It covers a wide variety of monsters from "real" ones like the yeti and Nessie to "fake" ones like unicorns and dragons. It also includes monsters from various mythologies, such as Norse and Greece. A very cool book! ...

    This whole series is amazing. They are very interactive is almost as if you cannot put them down. You have to touch them and play with them even if you can't read the text the book seems appealing to kids of all ages. ...

    Awesome interactive book to keep kids busy for hours! A quick review and lots of photos on my blog Guiltless Reading ...

  • Monster
    Jun 21, 2010

    My son loves this book but never before have we read it from cover to cover. That is no small feat as the text is tiny and the book is absolutely jammed with facts. An interactive encyclopedia of monsters divided into sections and complete with "specimens", samples, sketches, and illus...

    A magical and fantastic book. It is so full of creativity that every page of the book amazed me. Grab a copy to see what I mean. ...

    This fun "reference" book is divided into four sections; Beasts of the Earth, Beasts of Water, Beasts of the Air, and Semi-Human Beasts. It's presented as a field guide to Monsters of the world, lavishly illustrated and with information on the beasts' food, habitat, appearance, forms o...

    I love this book. It is in the same format as the other Ologie books but this one is done up for monsters. How much more fun can that get. I love they way they do this up like a scrapbook/journal. There is a lot of "samples" from the creatures that the author finds especially in the ba...

    I think it's a true book about monsters. I thought it was wonderful. It has pictures and parts of the amazing beasts for you to feel and examine. It 's a really great book. ...

    Though I think I enjoyed this ology more than the others, I was a little disappointed with the short amount of information given on each creature. There was much more information in the other books. ...

    ooooo lots of cool stuff ...

    Exciting and imaginative book with facts and myths. beautifully illustrated with flaps and detachable papers. ...

    Monsterology contains a guide to mythological monstrous beasts, written by the fictional Dr. Ernest Drake. The book is oversized, with an attractive cover, and the contents are presented in an almost ?scrapbook? format. Drake divides his text into chapters, and in each chapter writ...

  • Jaime
    Dec 13, 2008

    My son loves this book but never before have we read it from cover to cover. That is no small feat as the text is tiny and the book is absolutely jammed with facts. An interactive encyclopedia of monsters divided into sections and complete with "specimens", samples, sketches, and illus...

    A magical and fantastic book. It is so full of creativity that every page of the book amazed me. Grab a copy to see what I mean. ...

    This fun "reference" book is divided into four sections; Beasts of the Earth, Beasts of Water, Beasts of the Air, and Semi-Human Beasts. It's presented as a field guide to Monsters of the world, lavishly illustrated and with information on the beasts' food, habitat, appearance, forms o...

    I love this book. It is in the same format as the other Ologie books but this one is done up for monsters. How much more fun can that get. I love they way they do this up like a scrapbook/journal. There is a lot of "samples" from the creatures that the author finds especially in the ba...

    I think it's a true book about monsters. I thought it was wonderful. It has pictures and parts of the amazing beasts for you to feel and examine. It 's a really great book. ...

    Though I think I enjoyed this ology more than the others, I was a little disappointed with the short amount of information given on each creature. There was much more information in the other books. ...

    ooooo lots of cool stuff ...

    Exciting and imaginative book with facts and myths. beautifully illustrated with flaps and detachable papers. ...

    Monsterology contains a guide to mythological monstrous beasts, written by the fictional Dr. Ernest Drake. The book is oversized, with an attractive cover, and the contents are presented in an almost ?scrapbook? format. Drake divides his text into chapters, and in each chapter writ...

    Delightful. It's a guidebook by a fictional natural historian who traveled around the world to observe monsters in their native habitats. It sorts the monsters by type of habitat or physiological structure so it's easy to navigate. It even included mythological creatures I hadn't heard...

    Really neat, clever concept, beautiful illustrations. The book is a faux textbook for budding monsterologists and explains how to seek monsters in the wild and care for orphaned baby monsters (i.e., "Unicorns should be fed pomegranate juice until they are five months old"). It very cle...

    This book is not to be and should not be mixed up with the actual monster book from Harry Potter, that may eat little fingers; this book can answer, do monstrous krakens really lurk below the deep ocean waves? Do soaring griffins command the air above? A fabulous tome for those who lov...

    I may just be burned out on -Ologies at this point. What I did like were the homework assignments, all of which would be useful for would-be zoologists or crytozoologists. The information on monsters was pretty much old hat by now, though. We've read a fair few monster books in the pas...

    This is a great installment in the "Ology" series. While Eygptology is still my favorite, Monsterology will definately entertain any child. It contains tons of lift-the-flaps, things to feel (ever wonder what unicorn's hair felt like?), and oodles of mini-books to read along with the m...

    This is an interesting book, but I feel like it leaves a lot of information out. Done as a handbook for beginning monster handlers, it gives brief hints and warnings on how to safely approach and study the various types of monsters that inhabit our world. It's a okay short read, but if...

    Not much of a frame story but this book doesn't need one. It covers a wide variety of monsters from "real" ones like the yeti and Nessie to "fake" ones like unicorns and dragons. It also includes monsters from various mythologies, such as Norse and Greece. A very cool book! ...

    This whole series is amazing. They are very interactive is almost as if you cannot put them down. You have to touch them and play with them even if you can't read the text the book seems appealing to kids of all ages. ...

  • Kaethe
    Jul 08, 2014

    My son loves this book but never before have we read it from cover to cover. That is no small feat as the text is tiny and the book is absolutely jammed with facts. An interactive encyclopedia of monsters divided into sections and complete with "specimens", samples, sketches, and illus...

    A magical and fantastic book. It is so full of creativity that every page of the book amazed me. Grab a copy to see what I mean. ...

    This fun "reference" book is divided into four sections; Beasts of the Earth, Beasts of Water, Beasts of the Air, and Semi-Human Beasts. It's presented as a field guide to Monsters of the world, lavishly illustrated and with information on the beasts' food, habitat, appearance, forms o...

    I love this book. It is in the same format as the other Ologie books but this one is done up for monsters. How much more fun can that get. I love they way they do this up like a scrapbook/journal. There is a lot of "samples" from the creatures that the author finds especially in the ba...

    I think it's a true book about monsters. I thought it was wonderful. It has pictures and parts of the amazing beasts for you to feel and examine. It 's a really great book. ...

    Though I think I enjoyed this ology more than the others, I was a little disappointed with the short amount of information given on each creature. There was much more information in the other books. ...

    ooooo lots of cool stuff ...

    Exciting and imaginative book with facts and myths. beautifully illustrated with flaps and detachable papers. ...

    Monsterology contains a guide to mythological monstrous beasts, written by the fictional Dr. Ernest Drake. The book is oversized, with an attractive cover, and the contents are presented in an almost ?scrapbook? format. Drake divides his text into chapters, and in each chapter writ...

    Delightful. It's a guidebook by a fictional natural historian who traveled around the world to observe monsters in their native habitats. It sorts the monsters by type of habitat or physiological structure so it's easy to navigate. It even included mythological creatures I hadn't heard...

    Really neat, clever concept, beautiful illustrations. The book is a faux textbook for budding monsterologists and explains how to seek monsters in the wild and care for orphaned baby monsters (i.e., "Unicorns should be fed pomegranate juice until they are five months old"). It very cle...

    This book is not to be and should not be mixed up with the actual monster book from Harry Potter, that may eat little fingers; this book can answer, do monstrous krakens really lurk below the deep ocean waves? Do soaring griffins command the air above? A fabulous tome for those who lov...

    I may just be burned out on -Ologies at this point. What I did like were the homework assignments, all of which would be useful for would-be zoologists or crytozoologists. The information on monsters was pretty much old hat by now, though. We've read a fair few monster books in the pas...

  • Duane
    Jan 07, 2010

    My son loves this book but never before have we read it from cover to cover. That is no small feat as the text is tiny and the book is absolutely jammed with facts. An interactive encyclopedia of monsters divided into sections and complete with "specimens", samples, sketches, and illus...

    A magical and fantastic book. It is so full of creativity that every page of the book amazed me. Grab a copy to see what I mean. ...

    This fun "reference" book is divided into four sections; Beasts of the Earth, Beasts of Water, Beasts of the Air, and Semi-Human Beasts. It's presented as a field guide to Monsters of the world, lavishly illustrated and with information on the beasts' food, habitat, appearance, forms o...

    I love this book. It is in the same format as the other Ologie books but this one is done up for monsters. How much more fun can that get. I love they way they do this up like a scrapbook/journal. There is a lot of "samples" from the creatures that the author finds especially in the ba...

    I think it's a true book about monsters. I thought it was wonderful. It has pictures and parts of the amazing beasts for you to feel and examine. It 's a really great book. ...

    Though I think I enjoyed this ology more than the others, I was a little disappointed with the short amount of information given on each creature. There was much more information in the other books. ...

    ooooo lots of cool stuff ...

    Exciting and imaginative book with facts and myths. beautifully illustrated with flaps and detachable papers. ...

    Monsterology contains a guide to mythological monstrous beasts, written by the fictional Dr. Ernest Drake. The book is oversized, with an attractive cover, and the contents are presented in an almost ?scrapbook? format. Drake divides his text into chapters, and in each chapter writ...

    Delightful. It's a guidebook by a fictional natural historian who traveled around the world to observe monsters in their native habitats. It sorts the monsters by type of habitat or physiological structure so it's easy to navigate. It even included mythological creatures I hadn't heard...

    Really neat, clever concept, beautiful illustrations. The book is a faux textbook for budding monsterologists and explains how to seek monsters in the wild and care for orphaned baby monsters (i.e., "Unicorns should be fed pomegranate juice until they are five months old"). It very cle...

    This book is not to be and should not be mixed up with the actual monster book from Harry Potter, that may eat little fingers; this book can answer, do monstrous krakens really lurk below the deep ocean waves? Do soaring griffins command the air above? A fabulous tome for those who lov...

    I may just be burned out on -Ologies at this point. What I did like were the homework assignments, all of which would be useful for would-be zoologists or crytozoologists. The information on monsters was pretty much old hat by now, though. We've read a fair few monster books in the pas...

    This is a great installment in the "Ology" series. While Eygptology is still my favorite, Monsterology will definately entertain any child. It contains tons of lift-the-flaps, things to feel (ever wonder what unicorn's hair felt like?), and oodles of mini-books to read along with the m...

    This is an interesting book, but I feel like it leaves a lot of information out. Done as a handbook for beginning monster handlers, it gives brief hints and warnings on how to safely approach and study the various types of monsters that inhabit our world. It's a okay short read, but if...

  • Jasmine
    Dec 26, 2009

    My son loves this book but never before have we read it from cover to cover. That is no small feat as the text is tiny and the book is absolutely jammed with facts. An interactive encyclopedia of monsters divided into sections and complete with "specimens", samples, sketches, and illus...

    A magical and fantastic book. It is so full of creativity that every page of the book amazed me. Grab a copy to see what I mean. ...

    This fun "reference" book is divided into four sections; Beasts of the Earth, Beasts of Water, Beasts of the Air, and Semi-Human Beasts. It's presented as a field guide to Monsters of the world, lavishly illustrated and with information on the beasts' food, habitat, appearance, forms o...

  • Lily Farah
    Jun 25, 2010

    My son loves this book but never before have we read it from cover to cover. That is no small feat as the text is tiny and the book is absolutely jammed with facts. An interactive encyclopedia of monsters divided into sections and complete with "specimens", samples, sketches, and illus...

    A magical and fantastic book. It is so full of creativity that every page of the book amazed me. Grab a copy to see what I mean. ...

    This fun "reference" book is divided into four sections; Beasts of the Earth, Beasts of Water, Beasts of the Air, and Semi-Human Beasts. It's presented as a field guide to Monsters of the world, lavishly illustrated and with information on the beasts' food, habitat, appearance, forms o...

    I love this book. It is in the same format as the other Ologie books but this one is done up for monsters. How much more fun can that get. I love they way they do this up like a scrapbook/journal. There is a lot of "samples" from the creatures that the author finds especially in the ba...

    I think it's a true book about monsters. I thought it was wonderful. It has pictures and parts of the amazing beasts for you to feel and examine. It 's a really great book. ...

    Though I think I enjoyed this ology more than the others, I was a little disappointed with the short amount of information given on each creature. There was much more information in the other books. ...

    ooooo lots of cool stuff ...

    Exciting and imaginative book with facts and myths. beautifully illustrated with flaps and detachable papers. ...

    Monsterology contains a guide to mythological monstrous beasts, written by the fictional Dr. Ernest Drake. The book is oversized, with an attractive cover, and the contents are presented in an almost ?scrapbook? format. Drake divides his text into chapters, and in each chapter writ...

    Delightful. It's a guidebook by a fictional natural historian who traveled around the world to observe monsters in their native habitats. It sorts the monsters by type of habitat or physiological structure so it's easy to navigate. It even included mythological creatures I hadn't heard...

    Really neat, clever concept, beautiful illustrations. The book is a faux textbook for budding monsterologists and explains how to seek monsters in the wild and care for orphaned baby monsters (i.e., "Unicorns should be fed pomegranate juice until they are five months old"). It very cle...

    This book is not to be and should not be mixed up with the actual monster book from Harry Potter, that may eat little fingers; this book can answer, do monstrous krakens really lurk below the deep ocean waves? Do soaring griffins command the air above? A fabulous tome for those who lov...

    I may just be burned out on -Ologies at this point. What I did like were the homework assignments, all of which would be useful for would-be zoologists or crytozoologists. The information on monsters was pretty much old hat by now, though. We've read a fair few monster books in the pas...

    This is a great installment in the "Ology" series. While Eygptology is still my favorite, Monsterology will definately entertain any child. It contains tons of lift-the-flaps, things to feel (ever wonder what unicorn's hair felt like?), and oodles of mini-books to read along with the m...

    This is an interesting book, but I feel like it leaves a lot of information out. Done as a handbook for beginning monster handlers, it gives brief hints and warnings on how to safely approach and study the various types of monsters that inhabit our world. It's a okay short read, but if...

    Not much of a frame story but this book doesn't need one. It covers a wide variety of monsters from "real" ones like the yeti and Nessie to "fake" ones like unicorns and dragons. It also includes monsters from various mythologies, such as Norse and Greece. A very cool book! ...

    This whole series is amazing. They are very interactive is almost as if you cannot put them down. You have to touch them and play with them even if you can't read the text the book seems appealing to kids of all ages. ...

    Awesome interactive book to keep kids busy for hours! A quick review and lots of photos on my blog Guiltless Reading ...

    A very interesting book with everything from commonplace myths to those less known about. I'd recommend this to anyone who enjoys mythology. My only regret is that because of how many species there are and how short the book is, it couldn't go into greater detail about the races. ...

    This is a beautifully crafted book and one of a series I'm proud to collect for my daughter, who is 5 now, though I know she will enjoy this for years to come. Very imaginative and interesting and we love the "evidence" collection within. ...

    YAYZ! ...

  • Jude Brigley
    Jan 03, 2017

    My son loves this book but never before have we read it from cover to cover. That is no small feat as the text is tiny and the book is absolutely jammed with facts. An interactive encyclopedia of monsters divided into sections and complete with "specimens", samples, sketches, and illus...

    A magical and fantastic book. It is so full of creativity that every page of the book amazed me. Grab a copy to see what I mean. ...

    This fun "reference" book is divided into four sections; Beasts of the Earth, Beasts of Water, Beasts of the Air, and Semi-Human Beasts. It's presented as a field guide to Monsters of the world, lavishly illustrated and with information on the beasts' food, habitat, appearance, forms o...

    I love this book. It is in the same format as the other Ologie books but this one is done up for monsters. How much more fun can that get. I love they way they do this up like a scrapbook/journal. There is a lot of "samples" from the creatures that the author finds especially in the ba...

    I think it's a true book about monsters. I thought it was wonderful. It has pictures and parts of the amazing beasts for you to feel and examine. It 's a really great book. ...

    Though I think I enjoyed this ology more than the others, I was a little disappointed with the short amount of information given on each creature. There was much more information in the other books. ...

    ooooo lots of cool stuff ...

    Exciting and imaginative book with facts and myths. beautifully illustrated with flaps and detachable papers. ...

  • Melissa Bennett
    Jul 16, 2010

    My son loves this book but never before have we read it from cover to cover. That is no small feat as the text is tiny and the book is absolutely jammed with facts. An interactive encyclopedia of monsters divided into sections and complete with "specimens", samples, sketches, and illus...

    A magical and fantastic book. It is so full of creativity that every page of the book amazed me. Grab a copy to see what I mean. ...

    This fun "reference" book is divided into four sections; Beasts of the Earth, Beasts of Water, Beasts of the Air, and Semi-Human Beasts. It's presented as a field guide to Monsters of the world, lavishly illustrated and with information on the beasts' food, habitat, appearance, forms o...

    I love this book. It is in the same format as the other Ologie books but this one is done up for monsters. How much more fun can that get. I love they way they do this up like a scrapbook/journal. There is a lot of "samples" from the creatures that the author finds especially in the ba...

  • Lady Knight
    Jun 25, 2010

    My son loves this book but never before have we read it from cover to cover. That is no small feat as the text is tiny and the book is absolutely jammed with facts. An interactive encyclopedia of monsters divided into sections and complete with "specimens", samples, sketches, and illus...

    A magical and fantastic book. It is so full of creativity that every page of the book amazed me. Grab a copy to see what I mean. ...

    This fun "reference" book is divided into four sections; Beasts of the Earth, Beasts of Water, Beasts of the Air, and Semi-Human Beasts. It's presented as a field guide to Monsters of the world, lavishly illustrated and with information on the beasts' food, habitat, appearance, forms o...

    I love this book. It is in the same format as the other Ologie books but this one is done up for monsters. How much more fun can that get. I love they way they do this up like a scrapbook/journal. There is a lot of "samples" from the creatures that the author finds especially in the ba...

    I think it's a true book about monsters. I thought it was wonderful. It has pictures and parts of the amazing beasts for you to feel and examine. It 's a really great book. ...

    Though I think I enjoyed this ology more than the others, I was a little disappointed with the short amount of information given on each creature. There was much more information in the other books. ...

    ooooo lots of cool stuff ...

    Exciting and imaginative book with facts and myths. beautifully illustrated with flaps and detachable papers. ...

    Monsterology contains a guide to mythological monstrous beasts, written by the fictional Dr. Ernest Drake. The book is oversized, with an attractive cover, and the contents are presented in an almost ?scrapbook? format. Drake divides his text into chapters, and in each chapter writ...

    Delightful. It's a guidebook by a fictional natural historian who traveled around the world to observe monsters in their native habitats. It sorts the monsters by type of habitat or physiological structure so it's easy to navigate. It even included mythological creatures I hadn't heard...

    Really neat, clever concept, beautiful illustrations. The book is a faux textbook for budding monsterologists and explains how to seek monsters in the wild and care for orphaned baby monsters (i.e., "Unicorns should be fed pomegranate juice until they are five months old"). It very cle...

    This book is not to be and should not be mixed up with the actual monster book from Harry Potter, that may eat little fingers; this book can answer, do monstrous krakens really lurk below the deep ocean waves? Do soaring griffins command the air above? A fabulous tome for those who lov...

    I may just be burned out on -Ologies at this point. What I did like were the homework assignments, all of which would be useful for would-be zoologists or crytozoologists. The information on monsters was pretty much old hat by now, though. We've read a fair few monster books in the pas...

    This is a great installment in the "Ology" series. While Eygptology is still my favorite, Monsterology will definately entertain any child. It contains tons of lift-the-flaps, things to feel (ever wonder what unicorn's hair felt like?), and oodles of mini-books to read along with the m...

  • Laura (Madsen) McLain
    Nov 08, 2012

    My son loves this book but never before have we read it from cover to cover. That is no small feat as the text is tiny and the book is absolutely jammed with facts. An interactive encyclopedia of monsters divided into sections and complete with "specimens", samples, sketches, and illus...

    A magical and fantastic book. It is so full of creativity that every page of the book amazed me. Grab a copy to see what I mean. ...

    This fun "reference" book is divided into four sections; Beasts of the Earth, Beasts of Water, Beasts of the Air, and Semi-Human Beasts. It's presented as a field guide to Monsters of the world, lavishly illustrated and with information on the beasts' food, habitat, appearance, forms o...

    I love this book. It is in the same format as the other Ologie books but this one is done up for monsters. How much more fun can that get. I love they way they do this up like a scrapbook/journal. There is a lot of "samples" from the creatures that the author finds especially in the ba...

    I think it's a true book about monsters. I thought it was wonderful. It has pictures and parts of the amazing beasts for you to feel and examine. It 's a really great book. ...

    Though I think I enjoyed this ology more than the others, I was a little disappointed with the short amount of information given on each creature. There was much more information in the other books. ...

    ooooo lots of cool stuff ...

    Exciting and imaginative book with facts and myths. beautifully illustrated with flaps and detachable papers. ...

    Monsterology contains a guide to mythological monstrous beasts, written by the fictional Dr. Ernest Drake. The book is oversized, with an attractive cover, and the contents are presented in an almost ?scrapbook? format. Drake divides his text into chapters, and in each chapter writ...

    Delightful. It's a guidebook by a fictional natural historian who traveled around the world to observe monsters in their native habitats. It sorts the monsters by type of habitat or physiological structure so it's easy to navigate. It even included mythological creatures I hadn't heard...

    Really neat, clever concept, beautiful illustrations. The book is a faux textbook for budding monsterologists and explains how to seek monsters in the wild and care for orphaned baby monsters (i.e., "Unicorns should be fed pomegranate juice until they are five months old"). It very cle...

  • Kelli
    Oct 15, 2016

    My son loves this book but never before have we read it from cover to cover. That is no small feat as the text is tiny and the book is absolutely jammed with facts. An interactive encyclopedia of monsters divided into sections and complete with "specimens", samples, sketches, and illus...

  • ♠️ TABI = 타비 ♠️
    Dec 18, 2013

    My son loves this book but never before have we read it from cover to cover. That is no small feat as the text is tiny and the book is absolutely jammed with facts. An interactive encyclopedia of monsters divided into sections and complete with "specimens", samples, sketches, and illus...

    A magical and fantastic book. It is so full of creativity that every page of the book amazed me. Grab a copy to see what I mean. ...

    This fun "reference" book is divided into four sections; Beasts of the Earth, Beasts of Water, Beasts of the Air, and Semi-Human Beasts. It's presented as a field guide to Monsters of the world, lavishly illustrated and with information on the beasts' food, habitat, appearance, forms o...

    I love this book. It is in the same format as the other Ologie books but this one is done up for monsters. How much more fun can that get. I love they way they do this up like a scrapbook/journal. There is a lot of "samples" from the creatures that the author finds especially in the ba...

    I think it's a true book about monsters. I thought it was wonderful. It has pictures and parts of the amazing beasts for you to feel and examine. It 's a really great book. ...

    Though I think I enjoyed this ology more than the others, I was a little disappointed with the short amount of information given on each creature. There was much more information in the other books. ...

    ooooo lots of cool stuff ...

    Exciting and imaginative book with facts and myths. beautifully illustrated with flaps and detachable papers. ...

    Monsterology contains a guide to mythological monstrous beasts, written by the fictional Dr. Ernest Drake. The book is oversized, with an attractive cover, and the contents are presented in an almost ?scrapbook? format. Drake divides his text into chapters, and in each chapter writ...

    Delightful. It's a guidebook by a fictional natural historian who traveled around the world to observe monsters in their native habitats. It sorts the monsters by type of habitat or physiological structure so it's easy to navigate. It even included mythological creatures I hadn't heard...

    Really neat, clever concept, beautiful illustrations. The book is a faux textbook for budding monsterologists and explains how to seek monsters in the wild and care for orphaned baby monsters (i.e., "Unicorns should be fed pomegranate juice until they are five months old"). It very cle...

    This book is not to be and should not be mixed up with the actual monster book from Harry Potter, that may eat little fingers; this book can answer, do monstrous krakens really lurk below the deep ocean waves? Do soaring griffins command the air above? A fabulous tome for those who lov...

    I may just be burned out on -Ologies at this point. What I did like were the homework assignments, all of which would be useful for would-be zoologists or crytozoologists. The information on monsters was pretty much old hat by now, though. We've read a fair few monster books in the pas...

    This is a great installment in the "Ology" series. While Eygptology is still my favorite, Monsterology will definately entertain any child. It contains tons of lift-the-flaps, things to feel (ever wonder what unicorn's hair felt like?), and oodles of mini-books to read along with the m...

    This is an interesting book, but I feel like it leaves a lot of information out. Done as a handbook for beginning monster handlers, it gives brief hints and warnings on how to safely approach and study the various types of monsters that inhabit our world. It's a okay short read, but if...

    Not much of a frame story but this book doesn't need one. It covers a wide variety of monsters from "real" ones like the yeti and Nessie to "fake" ones like unicorns and dragons. It also includes monsters from various mythologies, such as Norse and Greece. A very cool book! ...

    This whole series is amazing. They are very interactive is almost as if you cannot put them down. You have to touch them and play with them even if you can't read the text the book seems appealing to kids of all ages. ...

    Awesome interactive book to keep kids busy for hours! A quick review and lots of photos on my blog Guiltless Reading ...

    A very interesting book with everything from commonplace myths to those less known about. I'd recommend this to anyone who enjoys mythology. My only regret is that because of how many species there are and how short the book is, it couldn't go into greater detail about the races. ...

    This is a beautifully crafted book and one of a series I'm proud to collect for my daughter, who is 5 now, though I know she will enjoy this for years to come. Very imaginative and interesting and we love the "evidence" collection within. ...

    YAYZ! ...

    cool ...

    just dope ! love the illustrations, the letters inside the maps ! everythings is cool in this book ...

    Another great ology! All of these are so interesting and well layed out. ...

    I've only read two books in this 'ology' series, but I have to say I really like them! It's neat reading a detailed sort of scientific journal...about mythical creatures! ...

  • ShadeChloe
    Sep 29, 2010

    My son loves this book but never before have we read it from cover to cover. That is no small feat as the text is tiny and the book is absolutely jammed with facts. An interactive encyclopedia of monsters divided into sections and complete with "specimens", samples, sketches, and illus...

    A magical and fantastic book. It is so full of creativity that every page of the book amazed me. Grab a copy to see what I mean. ...

    This fun "reference" book is divided into four sections; Beasts of the Earth, Beasts of Water, Beasts of the Air, and Semi-Human Beasts. It's presented as a field guide to Monsters of the world, lavishly illustrated and with information on the beasts' food, habitat, appearance, forms o...

    I love this book. It is in the same format as the other Ologie books but this one is done up for monsters. How much more fun can that get. I love they way they do this up like a scrapbook/journal. There is a lot of "samples" from the creatures that the author finds especially in the ba...

    I think it's a true book about monsters. I thought it was wonderful. It has pictures and parts of the amazing beasts for you to feel and examine. It 's a really great book. ...

    Though I think I enjoyed this ology more than the others, I was a little disappointed with the short amount of information given on each creature. There was much more information in the other books. ...

    ooooo lots of cool stuff ...

  • Syd
    Aug 17, 2011

    My son loves this book but never before have we read it from cover to cover. That is no small feat as the text is tiny and the book is absolutely jammed with facts. An interactive encyclopedia of monsters divided into sections and complete with "specimens", samples, sketches, and illus...

    A magical and fantastic book. It is so full of creativity that every page of the book amazed me. Grab a copy to see what I mean. ...

    This fun "reference" book is divided into four sections; Beasts of the Earth, Beasts of Water, Beasts of the Air, and Semi-Human Beasts. It's presented as a field guide to Monsters of the world, lavishly illustrated and with information on the beasts' food, habitat, appearance, forms o...

    I love this book. It is in the same format as the other Ologie books but this one is done up for monsters. How much more fun can that get. I love they way they do this up like a scrapbook/journal. There is a lot of "samples" from the creatures that the author finds especially in the ba...

    I think it's a true book about monsters. I thought it was wonderful. It has pictures and parts of the amazing beasts for you to feel and examine. It 's a really great book. ...

  • Melanie Fair
    Sep 17, 2011

    My son loves this book but never before have we read it from cover to cover. That is no small feat as the text is tiny and the book is absolutely jammed with facts. An interactive encyclopedia of monsters divided into sections and complete with "specimens", samples, sketches, and illus...

    A magical and fantastic book. It is so full of creativity that every page of the book amazed me. Grab a copy to see what I mean. ...

    This fun "reference" book is divided into four sections; Beasts of the Earth, Beasts of Water, Beasts of the Air, and Semi-Human Beasts. It's presented as a field guide to Monsters of the world, lavishly illustrated and with information on the beasts' food, habitat, appearance, forms o...

    I love this book. It is in the same format as the other Ologie books but this one is done up for monsters. How much more fun can that get. I love they way they do this up like a scrapbook/journal. There is a lot of "samples" from the creatures that the author finds especially in the ba...

    I think it's a true book about monsters. I thought it was wonderful. It has pictures and parts of the amazing beasts for you to feel and examine. It 's a really great book. ...

    Though I think I enjoyed this ology more than the others, I was a little disappointed with the short amount of information given on each creature. There was much more information in the other books. ...

    ooooo lots of cool stuff ...

    Exciting and imaginative book with facts and myths. beautifully illustrated with flaps and detachable papers. ...

    Monsterology contains a guide to mythological monstrous beasts, written by the fictional Dr. Ernest Drake. The book is oversized, with an attractive cover, and the contents are presented in an almost ?scrapbook? format. Drake divides his text into chapters, and in each chapter writ...

    Delightful. It's a guidebook by a fictional natural historian who traveled around the world to observe monsters in their native habitats. It sorts the monsters by type of habitat or physiological structure so it's easy to navigate. It even included mythological creatures I hadn't heard...

    Really neat, clever concept, beautiful illustrations. The book is a faux textbook for budding monsterologists and explains how to seek monsters in the wild and care for orphaned baby monsters (i.e., "Unicorns should be fed pomegranate juice until they are five months old"). It very cle...

    This book is not to be and should not be mixed up with the actual monster book from Harry Potter, that may eat little fingers; this book can answer, do monstrous krakens really lurk below the deep ocean waves? Do soaring griffins command the air above? A fabulous tome for those who lov...

    I may just be burned out on -Ologies at this point. What I did like were the homework assignments, all of which would be useful for would-be zoologists or crytozoologists. The information on monsters was pretty much old hat by now, though. We've read a fair few monster books in the pas...

    This is a great installment in the "Ology" series. While Eygptology is still my favorite, Monsterology will definately entertain any child. It contains tons of lift-the-flaps, things to feel (ever wonder what unicorn's hair felt like?), and oodles of mini-books to read along with the m...

    This is an interesting book, but I feel like it leaves a lot of information out. Done as a handbook for beginning monster handlers, it gives brief hints and warnings on how to safely approach and study the various types of monsters that inhabit our world. It's a okay short read, but if...

    Not much of a frame story but this book doesn't need one. It covers a wide variety of monsters from "real" ones like the yeti and Nessie to "fake" ones like unicorns and dragons. It also includes monsters from various mythologies, such as Norse and Greece. A very cool book! ...

    This whole series is amazing. They are very interactive is almost as if you cannot put them down. You have to touch them and play with them even if you can't read the text the book seems appealing to kids of all ages. ...

    Awesome interactive book to keep kids busy for hours! A quick review and lots of photos on my blog Guiltless Reading ...

    A very interesting book with everything from commonplace myths to those less known about. I'd recommend this to anyone who enjoys mythology. My only regret is that because of how many species there are and how short the book is, it couldn't go into greater detail about the races. ...

  • Drucilla
    Jun 15, 2011

    My son loves this book but never before have we read it from cover to cover. That is no small feat as the text is tiny and the book is absolutely jammed with facts. An interactive encyclopedia of monsters divided into sections and complete with "specimens", samples, sketches, and illus...

    A magical and fantastic book. It is so full of creativity that every page of the book amazed me. Grab a copy to see what I mean. ...

    This fun "reference" book is divided into four sections; Beasts of the Earth, Beasts of Water, Beasts of the Air, and Semi-Human Beasts. It's presented as a field guide to Monsters of the world, lavishly illustrated and with information on the beasts' food, habitat, appearance, forms o...

    I love this book. It is in the same format as the other Ologie books but this one is done up for monsters. How much more fun can that get. I love they way they do this up like a scrapbook/journal. There is a lot of "samples" from the creatures that the author finds especially in the ba...

    I think it's a true book about monsters. I thought it was wonderful. It has pictures and parts of the amazing beasts for you to feel and examine. It 's a really great book. ...

    Though I think I enjoyed this ology more than the others, I was a little disappointed with the short amount of information given on each creature. There was much more information in the other books. ...

    ooooo lots of cool stuff ...

    Exciting and imaginative book with facts and myths. beautifully illustrated with flaps and detachable papers. ...

    Monsterology contains a guide to mythological monstrous beasts, written by the fictional Dr. Ernest Drake. The book is oversized, with an attractive cover, and the contents are presented in an almost ?scrapbook? format. Drake divides his text into chapters, and in each chapter writ...

    Delightful. It's a guidebook by a fictional natural historian who traveled around the world to observe monsters in their native habitats. It sorts the monsters by type of habitat or physiological structure so it's easy to navigate. It even included mythological creatures I hadn't heard...

    Really neat, clever concept, beautiful illustrations. The book is a faux textbook for budding monsterologists and explains how to seek monsters in the wild and care for orphaned baby monsters (i.e., "Unicorns should be fed pomegranate juice until they are five months old"). It very cle...

    This book is not to be and should not be mixed up with the actual monster book from Harry Potter, that may eat little fingers; this book can answer, do monstrous krakens really lurk below the deep ocean waves? Do soaring griffins command the air above? A fabulous tome for those who lov...

    I may just be burned out on -Ologies at this point. What I did like were the homework assignments, all of which would be useful for would-be zoologists or crytozoologists. The information on monsters was pretty much old hat by now, though. We've read a fair few monster books in the pas...

    This is a great installment in the "Ology" series. While Eygptology is still my favorite, Monsterology will definately entertain any child. It contains tons of lift-the-flaps, things to feel (ever wonder what unicorn's hair felt like?), and oodles of mini-books to read along with the m...

    This is an interesting book, but I feel like it leaves a lot of information out. Done as a handbook for beginning monster handlers, it gives brief hints and warnings on how to safely approach and study the various types of monsters that inhabit our world. It's a okay short read, but if...

    Not much of a frame story but this book doesn't need one. It covers a wide variety of monsters from "real" ones like the yeti and Nessie to "fake" ones like unicorns and dragons. It also includes monsters from various mythologies, such as Norse and Greece. A very cool book! ...

  • Libby
    Jun 07, 2013

    My son loves this book but never before have we read it from cover to cover. That is no small feat as the text is tiny and the book is absolutely jammed with facts. An interactive encyclopedia of monsters divided into sections and complete with "specimens", samples, sketches, and illus...

    A magical and fantastic book. It is so full of creativity that every page of the book amazed me. Grab a copy to see what I mean. ...

    This fun "reference" book is divided into four sections; Beasts of the Earth, Beasts of Water, Beasts of the Air, and Semi-Human Beasts. It's presented as a field guide to Monsters of the world, lavishly illustrated and with information on the beasts' food, habitat, appearance, forms o...

    I love this book. It is in the same format as the other Ologie books but this one is done up for monsters. How much more fun can that get. I love they way they do this up like a scrapbook/journal. There is a lot of "samples" from the creatures that the author finds especially in the ba...

    I think it's a true book about monsters. I thought it was wonderful. It has pictures and parts of the amazing beasts for you to feel and examine. It 's a really great book. ...

    Though I think I enjoyed this ology more than the others, I was a little disappointed with the short amount of information given on each creature. There was much more information in the other books. ...

    ooooo lots of cool stuff ...

    Exciting and imaginative book with facts and myths. beautifully illustrated with flaps and detachable papers. ...

    Monsterology contains a guide to mythological monstrous beasts, written by the fictional Dr. Ernest Drake. The book is oversized, with an attractive cover, and the contents are presented in an almost ?scrapbook? format. Drake divides his text into chapters, and in each chapter writ...

    Delightful. It's a guidebook by a fictional natural historian who traveled around the world to observe monsters in their native habitats. It sorts the monsters by type of habitat or physiological structure so it's easy to navigate. It even included mythological creatures I hadn't heard...

    Really neat, clever concept, beautiful illustrations. The book is a faux textbook for budding monsterologists and explains how to seek monsters in the wild and care for orphaned baby monsters (i.e., "Unicorns should be fed pomegranate juice until they are five months old"). It very cle...

    This book is not to be and should not be mixed up with the actual monster book from Harry Potter, that may eat little fingers; this book can answer, do monstrous krakens really lurk below the deep ocean waves? Do soaring griffins command the air above? A fabulous tome for those who lov...

    I may just be burned out on -Ologies at this point. What I did like were the homework assignments, all of which would be useful for would-be zoologists or crytozoologists. The information on monsters was pretty much old hat by now, though. We've read a fair few monster books in the pas...

    This is a great installment in the "Ology" series. While Eygptology is still my favorite, Monsterology will definately entertain any child. It contains tons of lift-the-flaps, things to feel (ever wonder what unicorn's hair felt like?), and oodles of mini-books to read along with the m...

    This is an interesting book, but I feel like it leaves a lot of information out. Done as a handbook for beginning monster handlers, it gives brief hints and warnings on how to safely approach and study the various types of monsters that inhabit our world. It's a okay short read, but if...

    Not much of a frame story but this book doesn't need one. It covers a wide variety of monsters from "real" ones like the yeti and Nessie to "fake" ones like unicorns and dragons. It also includes monsters from various mythologies, such as Norse and Greece. A very cool book! ...

    This whole series is amazing. They are very interactive is almost as if you cannot put them down. You have to touch them and play with them even if you can't read the text the book seems appealing to kids of all ages. ...

    Awesome interactive book to keep kids busy for hours! A quick review and lots of photos on my blog Guiltless Reading ...

    A very interesting book with everything from commonplace myths to those less known about. I'd recommend this to anyone who enjoys mythology. My only regret is that because of how many species there are and how short the book is, it couldn't go into greater detail about the races. ...

    This is a beautifully crafted book and one of a series I'm proud to collect for my daughter, who is 5 now, though I know she will enjoy this for years to come. Very imaginative and interesting and we love the "evidence" collection within. ...

    YAYZ! ...

    cool ...

    just dope ! love the illustrations, the letters inside the maps ! everythings is cool in this book ...

    Another great ology! All of these are so interesting and well layed out. ...

    I've only read two books in this 'ology' series, but I have to say I really like them! It's neat reading a detailed sort of scientific journal...about mythical creatures! ...

    loves the scrapbook style of this book. Fun to read. ...

  • Andrew
    Jul 29, 2011

    My son loves this book but never before have we read it from cover to cover. That is no small feat as the text is tiny and the book is absolutely jammed with facts. An interactive encyclopedia of monsters divided into sections and complete with "specimens", samples, sketches, and illus...

    A magical and fantastic book. It is so full of creativity that every page of the book amazed me. Grab a copy to see what I mean. ...

    This fun "reference" book is divided into four sections; Beasts of the Earth, Beasts of Water, Beasts of the Air, and Semi-Human Beasts. It's presented as a field guide to Monsters of the world, lavishly illustrated and with information on the beasts' food, habitat, appearance, forms o...

    I love this book. It is in the same format as the other Ologie books but this one is done up for monsters. How much more fun can that get. I love they way they do this up like a scrapbook/journal. There is a lot of "samples" from the creatures that the author finds especially in the ba...

    I think it's a true book about monsters. I thought it was wonderful. It has pictures and parts of the amazing beasts for you to feel and examine. It 's a really great book. ...

    Though I think I enjoyed this ology more than the others, I was a little disappointed with the short amount of information given on each creature. There was much more information in the other books. ...

    ooooo lots of cool stuff ...

    Exciting and imaginative book with facts and myths. beautifully illustrated with flaps and detachable papers. ...

    Monsterology contains a guide to mythological monstrous beasts, written by the fictional Dr. Ernest Drake. The book is oversized, with an attractive cover, and the contents are presented in an almost ?scrapbook? format. Drake divides his text into chapters, and in each chapter writ...

    Delightful. It's a guidebook by a fictional natural historian who traveled around the world to observe monsters in their native habitats. It sorts the monsters by type of habitat or physiological structure so it's easy to navigate. It even included mythological creatures I hadn't heard...

    Really neat, clever concept, beautiful illustrations. The book is a faux textbook for budding monsterologists and explains how to seek monsters in the wild and care for orphaned baby monsters (i.e., "Unicorns should be fed pomegranate juice until they are five months old"). It very cle...

    This book is not to be and should not be mixed up with the actual monster book from Harry Potter, that may eat little fingers; this book can answer, do monstrous krakens really lurk below the deep ocean waves? Do soaring griffins command the air above? A fabulous tome for those who lov...

    I may just be burned out on -Ologies at this point. What I did like were the homework assignments, all of which would be useful for would-be zoologists or crytozoologists. The information on monsters was pretty much old hat by now, though. We've read a fair few monster books in the pas...

    This is a great installment in the "Ology" series. While Eygptology is still my favorite, Monsterology will definately entertain any child. It contains tons of lift-the-flaps, things to feel (ever wonder what unicorn's hair felt like?), and oodles of mini-books to read along with the m...

    This is an interesting book, but I feel like it leaves a lot of information out. Done as a handbook for beginning monster handlers, it gives brief hints and warnings on how to safely approach and study the various types of monsters that inhabit our world. It's a okay short read, but if...

    Not much of a frame story but this book doesn't need one. It covers a wide variety of monsters from "real" ones like the yeti and Nessie to "fake" ones like unicorns and dragons. It also includes monsters from various mythologies, such as Norse and Greece. A very cool book! ...

    This whole series is amazing. They are very interactive is almost as if you cannot put them down. You have to touch them and play with them even if you can't read the text the book seems appealing to kids of all ages. ...

    Awesome interactive book to keep kids busy for hours! A quick review and lots of photos on my blog Guiltless Reading ...

    A very interesting book with everything from commonplace myths to those less known about. I'd recommend this to anyone who enjoys mythology. My only regret is that because of how many species there are and how short the book is, it couldn't go into greater detail about the races. ...

    This is a beautifully crafted book and one of a series I'm proud to collect for my daughter, who is 5 now, though I know she will enjoy this for years to come. Very imaginative and interesting and we love the "evidence" collection within. ...

    YAYZ! ...

    cool ...

    just dope ! love the illustrations, the letters inside the maps ! everythings is cool in this book ...

    Another great ology! All of these are so interesting and well layed out. ...

    I've only read two books in this 'ology' series, but I have to say I really like them! It's neat reading a detailed sort of scientific journal...about mythical creatures! ...

    loves the scrapbook style of this book. Fun to read. ...

    A beautifully illustrated guide to monsters through the slightly biased perspective of Dr Drake. I suspect there may be some factual inaccuracies within the text, but overall a most informative read. ...

  • Becca
    Apr 10, 2013

    My son loves this book but never before have we read it from cover to cover. That is no small feat as the text is tiny and the book is absolutely jammed with facts. An interactive encyclopedia of monsters divided into sections and complete with "specimens", samples, sketches, and illus...

    A magical and fantastic book. It is so full of creativity that every page of the book amazed me. Grab a copy to see what I mean. ...

    This fun "reference" book is divided into four sections; Beasts of the Earth, Beasts of Water, Beasts of the Air, and Semi-Human Beasts. It's presented as a field guide to Monsters of the world, lavishly illustrated and with information on the beasts' food, habitat, appearance, forms o...

    I love this book. It is in the same format as the other Ologie books but this one is done up for monsters. How much more fun can that get. I love they way they do this up like a scrapbook/journal. There is a lot of "samples" from the creatures that the author finds especially in the ba...

    I think it's a true book about monsters. I thought it was wonderful. It has pictures and parts of the amazing beasts for you to feel and examine. It 's a really great book. ...

    Though I think I enjoyed this ology more than the others, I was a little disappointed with the short amount of information given on each creature. There was much more information in the other books. ...

    ooooo lots of cool stuff ...

    Exciting and imaginative book with facts and myths. beautifully illustrated with flaps and detachable papers. ...

    Monsterology contains a guide to mythological monstrous beasts, written by the fictional Dr. Ernest Drake. The book is oversized, with an attractive cover, and the contents are presented in an almost ?scrapbook? format. Drake divides his text into chapters, and in each chapter writ...

    Delightful. It's a guidebook by a fictional natural historian who traveled around the world to observe monsters in their native habitats. It sorts the monsters by type of habitat or physiological structure so it's easy to navigate. It even included mythological creatures I hadn't heard...

    Really neat, clever concept, beautiful illustrations. The book is a faux textbook for budding monsterologists and explains how to seek monsters in the wild and care for orphaned baby monsters (i.e., "Unicorns should be fed pomegranate juice until they are five months old"). It very cle...

    This book is not to be and should not be mixed up with the actual monster book from Harry Potter, that may eat little fingers; this book can answer, do monstrous krakens really lurk below the deep ocean waves? Do soaring griffins command the air above? A fabulous tome for those who lov...

    I may just be burned out on -Ologies at this point. What I did like were the homework assignments, all of which would be useful for would-be zoologists or crytozoologists. The information on monsters was pretty much old hat by now, though. We've read a fair few monster books in the pas...

    This is a great installment in the "Ology" series. While Eygptology is still my favorite, Monsterology will definately entertain any child. It contains tons of lift-the-flaps, things to feel (ever wonder what unicorn's hair felt like?), and oodles of mini-books to read along with the m...

    This is an interesting book, but I feel like it leaves a lot of information out. Done as a handbook for beginning monster handlers, it gives brief hints and warnings on how to safely approach and study the various types of monsters that inhabit our world. It's a okay short read, but if...

    Not much of a frame story but this book doesn't need one. It covers a wide variety of monsters from "real" ones like the yeti and Nessie to "fake" ones like unicorns and dragons. It also includes monsters from various mythologies, such as Norse and Greece. A very cool book! ...

    This whole series is amazing. They are very interactive is almost as if you cannot put them down. You have to touch them and play with them even if you can't read the text the book seems appealing to kids of all ages. ...

    Awesome interactive book to keep kids busy for hours! A quick review and lots of photos on my blog Guiltless Reading ...

    A very interesting book with everything from commonplace myths to those less known about. I'd recommend this to anyone who enjoys mythology. My only regret is that because of how many species there are and how short the book is, it couldn't go into greater detail about the races. ...

    This is a beautifully crafted book and one of a series I'm proud to collect for my daughter, who is 5 now, though I know she will enjoy this for years to come. Very imaginative and interesting and we love the "evidence" collection within. ...

    YAYZ! ...

    cool ...

    just dope ! love the illustrations, the letters inside the maps ! everythings is cool in this book ...

    Another great ology! All of these are so interesting and well layed out. ...

  • Lindsey
    Jan 05, 2016

    My son loves this book but never before have we read it from cover to cover. That is no small feat as the text is tiny and the book is absolutely jammed with facts. An interactive encyclopedia of monsters divided into sections and complete with "specimens", samples, sketches, and illus...

    A magical and fantastic book. It is so full of creativity that every page of the book amazed me. Grab a copy to see what I mean. ...

    This fun "reference" book is divided into four sections; Beasts of the Earth, Beasts of Water, Beasts of the Air, and Semi-Human Beasts. It's presented as a field guide to Monsters of the world, lavishly illustrated and with information on the beasts' food, habitat, appearance, forms o...

    I love this book. It is in the same format as the other Ologie books but this one is done up for monsters. How much more fun can that get. I love they way they do this up like a scrapbook/journal. There is a lot of "samples" from the creatures that the author finds especially in the ba...

    I think it's a true book about monsters. I thought it was wonderful. It has pictures and parts of the amazing beasts for you to feel and examine. It 's a really great book. ...

    Though I think I enjoyed this ology more than the others, I was a little disappointed with the short amount of information given on each creature. There was much more information in the other books. ...

    ooooo lots of cool stuff ...

    Exciting and imaginative book with facts and myths. beautifully illustrated with flaps and detachable papers. ...

    Monsterology contains a guide to mythological monstrous beasts, written by the fictional Dr. Ernest Drake. The book is oversized, with an attractive cover, and the contents are presented in an almost ?scrapbook? format. Drake divides his text into chapters, and in each chapter writ...

    Delightful. It's a guidebook by a fictional natural historian who traveled around the world to observe monsters in their native habitats. It sorts the monsters by type of habitat or physiological structure so it's easy to navigate. It even included mythological creatures I hadn't heard...

    Really neat, clever concept, beautiful illustrations. The book is a faux textbook for budding monsterologists and explains how to seek monsters in the wild and care for orphaned baby monsters (i.e., "Unicorns should be fed pomegranate juice until they are five months old"). It very cle...

    This book is not to be and should not be mixed up with the actual monster book from Harry Potter, that may eat little fingers; this book can answer, do monstrous krakens really lurk below the deep ocean waves? Do soaring griffins command the air above? A fabulous tome for those who lov...

    I may just be burned out on -Ologies at this point. What I did like were the homework assignments, all of which would be useful for would-be zoologists or crytozoologists. The information on monsters was pretty much old hat by now, though. We've read a fair few monster books in the pas...

    This is a great installment in the "Ology" series. While Eygptology is still my favorite, Monsterology will definately entertain any child. It contains tons of lift-the-flaps, things to feel (ever wonder what unicorn's hair felt like?), and oodles of mini-books to read along with the m...

    This is an interesting book, but I feel like it leaves a lot of information out. Done as a handbook for beginning monster handlers, it gives brief hints and warnings on how to safely approach and study the various types of monsters that inhabit our world. It's a okay short read, but if...

    Not much of a frame story but this book doesn't need one. It covers a wide variety of monsters from "real" ones like the yeti and Nessie to "fake" ones like unicorns and dragons. It also includes monsters from various mythologies, such as Norse and Greece. A very cool book! ...

    This whole series is amazing. They are very interactive is almost as if you cannot put them down. You have to touch them and play with them even if you can't read the text the book seems appealing to kids of all ages. ...

    Awesome interactive book to keep kids busy for hours! A quick review and lots of photos on my blog Guiltless Reading ...

    A very interesting book with everything from commonplace myths to those less known about. I'd recommend this to anyone who enjoys mythology. My only regret is that because of how many species there are and how short the book is, it couldn't go into greater detail about the races. ...

    This is a beautifully crafted book and one of a series I'm proud to collect for my daughter, who is 5 now, though I know she will enjoy this for years to come. Very imaginative and interesting and we love the "evidence" collection within. ...

  • Roxanne
    Oct 19, 2016

    My son loves this book but never before have we read it from cover to cover. That is no small feat as the text is tiny and the book is absolutely jammed with facts. An interactive encyclopedia of monsters divided into sections and complete with "specimens", samples, sketches, and illus...

    A magical and fantastic book. It is so full of creativity that every page of the book amazed me. Grab a copy to see what I mean. ...

    This fun "reference" book is divided into four sections; Beasts of the Earth, Beasts of Water, Beasts of the Air, and Semi-Human Beasts. It's presented as a field guide to Monsters of the world, lavishly illustrated and with information on the beasts' food, habitat, appearance, forms o...

    I love this book. It is in the same format as the other Ologie books but this one is done up for monsters. How much more fun can that get. I love they way they do this up like a scrapbook/journal. There is a lot of "samples" from the creatures that the author finds especially in the ba...

    I think it's a true book about monsters. I thought it was wonderful. It has pictures and parts of the amazing beasts for you to feel and examine. It 's a really great book. ...

    Though I think I enjoyed this ology more than the others, I was a little disappointed with the short amount of information given on each creature. There was much more information in the other books. ...

    ooooo lots of cool stuff ...

    Exciting and imaginative book with facts and myths. beautifully illustrated with flaps and detachable papers. ...

    Monsterology contains a guide to mythological monstrous beasts, written by the fictional Dr. Ernest Drake. The book is oversized, with an attractive cover, and the contents are presented in an almost ?scrapbook? format. Drake divides his text into chapters, and in each chapter writ...

    Delightful. It's a guidebook by a fictional natural historian who traveled around the world to observe monsters in their native habitats. It sorts the monsters by type of habitat or physiological structure so it's easy to navigate. It even included mythological creatures I hadn't heard...

  • Anna
    Sep 11, 2013

    My son loves this book but never before have we read it from cover to cover. That is no small feat as the text is tiny and the book is absolutely jammed with facts. An interactive encyclopedia of monsters divided into sections and complete with "specimens", samples, sketches, and illus...

    A magical and fantastic book. It is so full of creativity that every page of the book amazed me. Grab a copy to see what I mean. ...

    This fun "reference" book is divided into four sections; Beasts of the Earth, Beasts of Water, Beasts of the Air, and Semi-Human Beasts. It's presented as a field guide to Monsters of the world, lavishly illustrated and with information on the beasts' food, habitat, appearance, forms o...

    I love this book. It is in the same format as the other Ologie books but this one is done up for monsters. How much more fun can that get. I love they way they do this up like a scrapbook/journal. There is a lot of "samples" from the creatures that the author finds especially in the ba...

    I think it's a true book about monsters. I thought it was wonderful. It has pictures and parts of the amazing beasts for you to feel and examine. It 's a really great book. ...

    Though I think I enjoyed this ology more than the others, I was a little disappointed with the short amount of information given on each creature. There was much more information in the other books. ...

  • Barbi Faye (The Book Fae)
    Jul 16, 2016

    My son loves this book but never before have we read it from cover to cover. That is no small feat as the text is tiny and the book is absolutely jammed with facts. An interactive encyclopedia of monsters divided into sections and complete with "specimens", samples, sketches, and illus...

    A magical and fantastic book. It is so full of creativity that every page of the book amazed me. Grab a copy to see what I mean. ...

    This fun "reference" book is divided into four sections; Beasts of the Earth, Beasts of Water, Beasts of the Air, and Semi-Human Beasts. It's presented as a field guide to Monsters of the world, lavishly illustrated and with information on the beasts' food, habitat, appearance, forms o...

    I love this book. It is in the same format as the other Ologie books but this one is done up for monsters. How much more fun can that get. I love they way they do this up like a scrapbook/journal. There is a lot of "samples" from the creatures that the author finds especially in the ba...

    I think it's a true book about monsters. I thought it was wonderful. It has pictures and parts of the amazing beasts for you to feel and examine. It 's a really great book. ...

    Though I think I enjoyed this ology more than the others, I was a little disappointed with the short amount of information given on each creature. There was much more information in the other books. ...

    ooooo lots of cool stuff ...

    Exciting and imaginative book with facts and myths. beautifully illustrated with flaps and detachable papers. ...

    Monsterology contains a guide to mythological monstrous beasts, written by the fictional Dr. Ernest Drake. The book is oversized, with an attractive cover, and the contents are presented in an almost ?scrapbook? format. Drake divides his text into chapters, and in each chapter writ...

    Delightful. It's a guidebook by a fictional natural historian who traveled around the world to observe monsters in their native habitats. It sorts the monsters by type of habitat or physiological structure so it's easy to navigate. It even included mythological creatures I hadn't heard...

    Really neat, clever concept, beautiful illustrations. The book is a faux textbook for budding monsterologists and explains how to seek monsters in the wild and care for orphaned baby monsters (i.e., "Unicorns should be fed pomegranate juice until they are five months old"). It very cle...

    This book is not to be and should not be mixed up with the actual monster book from Harry Potter, that may eat little fingers; this book can answer, do monstrous krakens really lurk below the deep ocean waves? Do soaring griffins command the air above? A fabulous tome for those who lov...

  • Dominic
    Aug 09, 2013

    My son loves this book but never before have we read it from cover to cover. That is no small feat as the text is tiny and the book is absolutely jammed with facts. An interactive encyclopedia of monsters divided into sections and complete with "specimens", samples, sketches, and illus...

    A magical and fantastic book. It is so full of creativity that every page of the book amazed me. Grab a copy to see what I mean. ...

    This fun "reference" book is divided into four sections; Beasts of the Earth, Beasts of Water, Beasts of the Air, and Semi-Human Beasts. It's presented as a field guide to Monsters of the world, lavishly illustrated and with information on the beasts' food, habitat, appearance, forms o...

    I love this book. It is in the same format as the other Ologie books but this one is done up for monsters. How much more fun can that get. I love they way they do this up like a scrapbook/journal. There is a lot of "samples" from the creatures that the author finds especially in the ba...

    I think it's a true book about monsters. I thought it was wonderful. It has pictures and parts of the amazing beasts for you to feel and examine. It 's a really great book. ...

    Though I think I enjoyed this ology more than the others, I was a little disappointed with the short amount of information given on each creature. There was much more information in the other books. ...

    ooooo lots of cool stuff ...

    Exciting and imaginative book with facts and myths. beautifully illustrated with flaps and detachable papers. ...

    Monsterology contains a guide to mythological monstrous beasts, written by the fictional Dr. Ernest Drake. The book is oversized, with an attractive cover, and the contents are presented in an almost ?scrapbook? format. Drake divides his text into chapters, and in each chapter writ...

    Delightful. It's a guidebook by a fictional natural historian who traveled around the world to observe monsters in their native habitats. It sorts the monsters by type of habitat or physiological structure so it's easy to navigate. It even included mythological creatures I hadn't heard...

    Really neat, clever concept, beautiful illustrations. The book is a faux textbook for budding monsterologists and explains how to seek monsters in the wild and care for orphaned baby monsters (i.e., "Unicorns should be fed pomegranate juice until they are five months old"). It very cle...

    This book is not to be and should not be mixed up with the actual monster book from Harry Potter, that may eat little fingers; this book can answer, do monstrous krakens really lurk below the deep ocean waves? Do soaring griffins command the air above? A fabulous tome for those who lov...

    I may just be burned out on -Ologies at this point. What I did like were the homework assignments, all of which would be useful for would-be zoologists or crytozoologists. The information on monsters was pretty much old hat by now, though. We've read a fair few monster books in the pas...

    This is a great installment in the "Ology" series. While Eygptology is still my favorite, Monsterology will definately entertain any child. It contains tons of lift-the-flaps, things to feel (ever wonder what unicorn's hair felt like?), and oodles of mini-books to read along with the m...

    This is an interesting book, but I feel like it leaves a lot of information out. Done as a handbook for beginning monster handlers, it gives brief hints and warnings on how to safely approach and study the various types of monsters that inhabit our world. It's a okay short read, but if...

    Not much of a frame story but this book doesn't need one. It covers a wide variety of monsters from "real" ones like the yeti and Nessie to "fake" ones like unicorns and dragons. It also includes monsters from various mythologies, such as Norse and Greece. A very cool book! ...

    This whole series is amazing. They are very interactive is almost as if you cannot put them down. You have to touch them and play with them even if you can't read the text the book seems appealing to kids of all ages. ...

    Awesome interactive book to keep kids busy for hours! A quick review and lots of photos on my blog Guiltless Reading ...

    A very interesting book with everything from commonplace myths to those less known about. I'd recommend this to anyone who enjoys mythology. My only regret is that because of how many species there are and how short the book is, it couldn't go into greater detail about the races. ...

    This is a beautifully crafted book and one of a series I'm proud to collect for my daughter, who is 5 now, though I know she will enjoy this for years to come. Very imaginative and interesting and we love the "evidence" collection within. ...

    YAYZ! ...

    cool ...

    just dope ! love the illustrations, the letters inside the maps ! everythings is cool in this book ...

    Another great ology! All of these are so interesting and well layed out. ...

    I've only read two books in this 'ology' series, but I have to say I really like them! It's neat reading a detailed sort of scientific journal...about mythical creatures! ...

    loves the scrapbook style of this book. Fun to read. ...

    A beautifully illustrated guide to monsters through the slightly biased perspective of Dr Drake. I suspect there may be some factual inaccuracies within the text, but overall a most informative read. ...

    Just as good as Dragonology Ernest Drake ROCKS!!!!!! ...

  • Ainul Halili
    Nov 30, 2014

    My son loves this book but never before have we read it from cover to cover. That is no small feat as the text is tiny and the book is absolutely jammed with facts. An interactive encyclopedia of monsters divided into sections and complete with "specimens", samples, sketches, and illus...

    A magical and fantastic book. It is so full of creativity that every page of the book amazed me. Grab a copy to see what I mean. ...

    This fun "reference" book is divided into four sections; Beasts of the Earth, Beasts of Water, Beasts of the Air, and Semi-Human Beasts. It's presented as a field guide to Monsters of the world, lavishly illustrated and with information on the beasts' food, habitat, appearance, forms o...

    I love this book. It is in the same format as the other Ologie books but this one is done up for monsters. How much more fun can that get. I love they way they do this up like a scrapbook/journal. There is a lot of "samples" from the creatures that the author finds especially in the ba...

    I think it's a true book about monsters. I thought it was wonderful. It has pictures and parts of the amazing beasts for you to feel and examine. It 's a really great book. ...

    Though I think I enjoyed this ology more than the others, I was a little disappointed with the short amount of information given on each creature. There was much more information in the other books. ...

    ooooo lots of cool stuff ...

    Exciting and imaginative book with facts and myths. beautifully illustrated with flaps and detachable papers. ...

    Monsterology contains a guide to mythological monstrous beasts, written by the fictional Dr. Ernest Drake. The book is oversized, with an attractive cover, and the contents are presented in an almost ?scrapbook? format. Drake divides his text into chapters, and in each chapter writ...

    Delightful. It's a guidebook by a fictional natural historian who traveled around the world to observe monsters in their native habitats. It sorts the monsters by type of habitat or physiological structure so it's easy to navigate. It even included mythological creatures I hadn't heard...

    Really neat, clever concept, beautiful illustrations. The book is a faux textbook for budding monsterologists and explains how to seek monsters in the wild and care for orphaned baby monsters (i.e., "Unicorns should be fed pomegranate juice until they are five months old"). It very cle...

    This book is not to be and should not be mixed up with the actual monster book from Harry Potter, that may eat little fingers; this book can answer, do monstrous krakens really lurk below the deep ocean waves? Do soaring griffins command the air above? A fabulous tome for those who lov...

    I may just be burned out on -Ologies at this point. What I did like were the homework assignments, all of which would be useful for would-be zoologists or crytozoologists. The information on monsters was pretty much old hat by now, though. We've read a fair few monster books in the pas...

    This is a great installment in the "Ology" series. While Eygptology is still my favorite, Monsterology will definately entertain any child. It contains tons of lift-the-flaps, things to feel (ever wonder what unicorn's hair felt like?), and oodles of mini-books to read along with the m...

    This is an interesting book, but I feel like it leaves a lot of information out. Done as a handbook for beginning monster handlers, it gives brief hints and warnings on how to safely approach and study the various types of monsters that inhabit our world. It's a okay short read, but if...

    Not much of a frame story but this book doesn't need one. It covers a wide variety of monsters from "real" ones like the yeti and Nessie to "fake" ones like unicorns and dragons. It also includes monsters from various mythologies, such as Norse and Greece. A very cool book! ...

    This whole series is amazing. They are very interactive is almost as if you cannot put them down. You have to touch them and play with them even if you can't read the text the book seems appealing to kids of all ages. ...

    Awesome interactive book to keep kids busy for hours! A quick review and lots of photos on my blog Guiltless Reading ...

    A very interesting book with everything from commonplace myths to those less known about. I'd recommend this to anyone who enjoys mythology. My only regret is that because of how many species there are and how short the book is, it couldn't go into greater detail about the races. ...

    This is a beautifully crafted book and one of a series I'm proud to collect for my daughter, who is 5 now, though I know she will enjoy this for years to come. Very imaginative and interesting and we love the "evidence" collection within. ...

    YAYZ! ...

    cool ...

  • ✨ALIA✨
    Jul 14, 2016

    My son loves this book but never before have we read it from cover to cover. That is no small feat as the text is tiny and the book is absolutely jammed with facts. An interactive encyclopedia of monsters divided into sections and complete with "specimens", samples, sketches, and illus...

    A magical and fantastic book. It is so full of creativity that every page of the book amazed me. Grab a copy to see what I mean. ...

    This fun "reference" book is divided into four sections; Beasts of the Earth, Beasts of Water, Beasts of the Air, and Semi-Human Beasts. It's presented as a field guide to Monsters of the world, lavishly illustrated and with information on the beasts' food, habitat, appearance, forms o...

    I love this book. It is in the same format as the other Ologie books but this one is done up for monsters. How much more fun can that get. I love they way they do this up like a scrapbook/journal. There is a lot of "samples" from the creatures that the author finds especially in the ba...

    I think it's a true book about monsters. I thought it was wonderful. It has pictures and parts of the amazing beasts for you to feel and examine. It 's a really great book. ...

    Though I think I enjoyed this ology more than the others, I was a little disappointed with the short amount of information given on each creature. There was much more information in the other books. ...

    ooooo lots of cool stuff ...

    Exciting and imaginative book with facts and myths. beautifully illustrated with flaps and detachable papers. ...

    Monsterology contains a guide to mythological monstrous beasts, written by the fictional Dr. Ernest Drake. The book is oversized, with an attractive cover, and the contents are presented in an almost ?scrapbook? format. Drake divides his text into chapters, and in each chapter writ...

    Delightful. It's a guidebook by a fictional natural historian who traveled around the world to observe monsters in their native habitats. It sorts the monsters by type of habitat or physiological structure so it's easy to navigate. It even included mythological creatures I hadn't heard...

    Really neat, clever concept, beautiful illustrations. The book is a faux textbook for budding monsterologists and explains how to seek monsters in the wild and care for orphaned baby monsters (i.e., "Unicorns should be fed pomegranate juice until they are five months old"). It very cle...

    This book is not to be and should not be mixed up with the actual monster book from Harry Potter, that may eat little fingers; this book can answer, do monstrous krakens really lurk below the deep ocean waves? Do soaring griffins command the air above? A fabulous tome for those who lov...

    I may just be burned out on -Ologies at this point. What I did like were the homework assignments, all of which would be useful for would-be zoologists or crytozoologists. The information on monsters was pretty much old hat by now, though. We've read a fair few monster books in the pas...

    This is a great installment in the "Ology" series. While Eygptology is still my favorite, Monsterology will definately entertain any child. It contains tons of lift-the-flaps, things to feel (ever wonder what unicorn's hair felt like?), and oodles of mini-books to read along with the m...

    This is an interesting book, but I feel like it leaves a lot of information out. Done as a handbook for beginning monster handlers, it gives brief hints and warnings on how to safely approach and study the various types of monsters that inhabit our world. It's a okay short read, but if...

    Not much of a frame story but this book doesn't need one. It covers a wide variety of monsters from "real" ones like the yeti and Nessie to "fake" ones like unicorns and dragons. It also includes monsters from various mythologies, such as Norse and Greece. A very cool book! ...

    This whole series is amazing. They are very interactive is almost as if you cannot put them down. You have to touch them and play with them even if you can't read the text the book seems appealing to kids of all ages. ...

    Awesome interactive book to keep kids busy for hours! A quick review and lots of photos on my blog Guiltless Reading ...

    A very interesting book with everything from commonplace myths to those less known about. I'd recommend this to anyone who enjoys mythology. My only regret is that because of how many species there are and how short the book is, it couldn't go into greater detail about the races. ...

    This is a beautifully crafted book and one of a series I'm proud to collect for my daughter, who is 5 now, though I know she will enjoy this for years to come. Very imaginative and interesting and we love the "evidence" collection within. ...

    YAYZ! ...

    cool ...

    just dope ! love the illustrations, the letters inside the maps ! everythings is cool in this book ...

  • Gulshan Naqvee
    Jun 07, 2017

    My son loves this book but never before have we read it from cover to cover. That is no small feat as the text is tiny and the book is absolutely jammed with facts. An interactive encyclopedia of monsters divided into sections and complete with "specimens", samples, sketches, and illus...

    A magical and fantastic book. It is so full of creativity that every page of the book amazed me. Grab a copy to see what I mean. ...

  • Bianca
    Apr 13, 2015

    My son loves this book but never before have we read it from cover to cover. That is no small feat as the text is tiny and the book is absolutely jammed with facts. An interactive encyclopedia of monsters divided into sections and complete with "specimens", samples, sketches, and illus...

    A magical and fantastic book. It is so full of creativity that every page of the book amazed me. Grab a copy to see what I mean. ...

    This fun "reference" book is divided into four sections; Beasts of the Earth, Beasts of Water, Beasts of the Air, and Semi-Human Beasts. It's presented as a field guide to Monsters of the world, lavishly illustrated and with information on the beasts' food, habitat, appearance, forms o...

    I love this book. It is in the same format as the other Ologie books but this one is done up for monsters. How much more fun can that get. I love they way they do this up like a scrapbook/journal. There is a lot of "samples" from the creatures that the author finds especially in the ba...

    I think it's a true book about monsters. I thought it was wonderful. It has pictures and parts of the amazing beasts for you to feel and examine. It 's a really great book. ...

    Though I think I enjoyed this ology more than the others, I was a little disappointed with the short amount of information given on each creature. There was much more information in the other books. ...

    ooooo lots of cool stuff ...

    Exciting and imaginative book with facts and myths. beautifully illustrated with flaps and detachable papers. ...

    Monsterology contains a guide to mythological monstrous beasts, written by the fictional Dr. Ernest Drake. The book is oversized, with an attractive cover, and the contents are presented in an almost ?scrapbook? format. Drake divides his text into chapters, and in each chapter writ...

    Delightful. It's a guidebook by a fictional natural historian who traveled around the world to observe monsters in their native habitats. It sorts the monsters by type of habitat or physiological structure so it's easy to navigate. It even included mythological creatures I hadn't heard...

    Really neat, clever concept, beautiful illustrations. The book is a faux textbook for budding monsterologists and explains how to seek monsters in the wild and care for orphaned baby monsters (i.e., "Unicorns should be fed pomegranate juice until they are five months old"). It very cle...

    This book is not to be and should not be mixed up with the actual monster book from Harry Potter, that may eat little fingers; this book can answer, do monstrous krakens really lurk below the deep ocean waves? Do soaring griffins command the air above? A fabulous tome for those who lov...

    I may just be burned out on -Ologies at this point. What I did like were the homework assignments, all of which would be useful for would-be zoologists or crytozoologists. The information on monsters was pretty much old hat by now, though. We've read a fair few monster books in the pas...

    This is a great installment in the "Ology" series. While Eygptology is still my favorite, Monsterology will definately entertain any child. It contains tons of lift-the-flaps, things to feel (ever wonder what unicorn's hair felt like?), and oodles of mini-books to read along with the m...

    This is an interesting book, but I feel like it leaves a lot of information out. Done as a handbook for beginning monster handlers, it gives brief hints and warnings on how to safely approach and study the various types of monsters that inhabit our world. It's a okay short read, but if...

    Not much of a frame story but this book doesn't need one. It covers a wide variety of monsters from "real" ones like the yeti and Nessie to "fake" ones like unicorns and dragons. It also includes monsters from various mythologies, such as Norse and Greece. A very cool book! ...

    This whole series is amazing. They are very interactive is almost as if you cannot put them down. You have to touch them and play with them even if you can't read the text the book seems appealing to kids of all ages. ...

    Awesome interactive book to keep kids busy for hours! A quick review and lots of photos on my blog Guiltless Reading ...

    A very interesting book with everything from commonplace myths to those less known about. I'd recommend this to anyone who enjoys mythology. My only regret is that because of how many species there are and how short the book is, it couldn't go into greater detail about the races. ...

    This is a beautifully crafted book and one of a series I'm proud to collect for my daughter, who is 5 now, though I know she will enjoy this for years to come. Very imaginative and interesting and we love the "evidence" collection within. ...

    YAYZ! ...

    cool ...

    just dope ! love the illustrations, the letters inside the maps ! everythings is cool in this book ...

    Another great ology! All of these are so interesting and well layed out. ...

    I've only read two books in this 'ology' series, but I have to say I really like them! It's neat reading a detailed sort of scientific journal...about mythical creatures! ...

    loves the scrapbook style of this book. Fun to read. ...

    A beautifully illustrated guide to monsters through the slightly biased perspective of Dr Drake. I suspect there may be some factual inaccuracies within the text, but overall a most informative read. ...

    Just as good as Dragonology Ernest Drake ROCKS!!!!!! ...

    Monsters I love it ...

    I think it's okay buts there's a part in it I truly don't belive. I like all mythical creatures. so this is my kinda book. ...

  • martin valencia
    Jan 05, 2016

    My son loves this book but never before have we read it from cover to cover. That is no small feat as the text is tiny and the book is absolutely jammed with facts. An interactive encyclopedia of monsters divided into sections and complete with "specimens", samples, sketches, and illus...

    A magical and fantastic book. It is so full of creativity that every page of the book amazed me. Grab a copy to see what I mean. ...

    This fun "reference" book is divided into four sections; Beasts of the Earth, Beasts of Water, Beasts of the Air, and Semi-Human Beasts. It's presented as a field guide to Monsters of the world, lavishly illustrated and with information on the beasts' food, habitat, appearance, forms o...

    I love this book. It is in the same format as the other Ologie books but this one is done up for monsters. How much more fun can that get. I love they way they do this up like a scrapbook/journal. There is a lot of "samples" from the creatures that the author finds especially in the ba...

    I think it's a true book about monsters. I thought it was wonderful. It has pictures and parts of the amazing beasts for you to feel and examine. It 's a really great book. ...

    Though I think I enjoyed this ology more than the others, I was a little disappointed with the short amount of information given on each creature. There was much more information in the other books. ...

    ooooo lots of cool stuff ...

    Exciting and imaginative book with facts and myths. beautifully illustrated with flaps and detachable papers. ...

    Monsterology contains a guide to mythological monstrous beasts, written by the fictional Dr. Ernest Drake. The book is oversized, with an attractive cover, and the contents are presented in an almost ?scrapbook? format. Drake divides his text into chapters, and in each chapter writ...

    Delightful. It's a guidebook by a fictional natural historian who traveled around the world to observe monsters in their native habitats. It sorts the monsters by type of habitat or physiological structure so it's easy to navigate. It even included mythological creatures I hadn't heard...

    Really neat, clever concept, beautiful illustrations. The book is a faux textbook for budding monsterologists and explains how to seek monsters in the wild and care for orphaned baby monsters (i.e., "Unicorns should be fed pomegranate juice until they are five months old"). It very cle...

    This book is not to be and should not be mixed up with the actual monster book from Harry Potter, that may eat little fingers; this book can answer, do monstrous krakens really lurk below the deep ocean waves? Do soaring griffins command the air above? A fabulous tome for those who lov...

    I may just be burned out on -Ologies at this point. What I did like were the homework assignments, all of which would be useful for would-be zoologists or crytozoologists. The information on monsters was pretty much old hat by now, though. We've read a fair few monster books in the pas...

    This is a great installment in the "Ology" series. While Eygptology is still my favorite, Monsterology will definately entertain any child. It contains tons of lift-the-flaps, things to feel (ever wonder what unicorn's hair felt like?), and oodles of mini-books to read along with the m...

    This is an interesting book, but I feel like it leaves a lot of information out. Done as a handbook for beginning monster handlers, it gives brief hints and warnings on how to safely approach and study the various types of monsters that inhabit our world. It's a okay short read, but if...

    Not much of a frame story but this book doesn't need one. It covers a wide variety of monsters from "real" ones like the yeti and Nessie to "fake" ones like unicorns and dragons. It also includes monsters from various mythologies, such as Norse and Greece. A very cool book! ...

    This whole series is amazing. They are very interactive is almost as if you cannot put them down. You have to touch them and play with them even if you can't read the text the book seems appealing to kids of all ages. ...

    Awesome interactive book to keep kids busy for hours! A quick review and lots of photos on my blog Guiltless Reading ...

    A very interesting book with everything from commonplace myths to those less known about. I'd recommend this to anyone who enjoys mythology. My only regret is that because of how many species there are and how short the book is, it couldn't go into greater detail about the races. ...

    This is a beautifully crafted book and one of a series I'm proud to collect for my daughter, who is 5 now, though I know she will enjoy this for years to come. Very imaginative and interesting and we love the "evidence" collection within. ...

    YAYZ! ...

    cool ...

    just dope ! love the illustrations, the letters inside the maps ! everythings is cool in this book ...

    Another great ology! All of these are so interesting and well layed out. ...

    I've only read two books in this 'ology' series, but I have to say I really like them! It's neat reading a detailed sort of scientific journal...about mythical creatures! ...

    loves the scrapbook style of this book. Fun to read. ...

    A beautifully illustrated guide to monsters through the slightly biased perspective of Dr Drake. I suspect there may be some factual inaccuracies within the text, but overall a most informative read. ...

    Just as good as Dragonology Ernest Drake ROCKS!!!!!! ...

    Monsters I love it ...