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Total golden age nostalgia here like another reviewer on this site, I must have borrowed this from the library dozens of times, and absorbed every last single fact and photo about the King of the Monsters, his movie appearances, his friends and enemies For a junior non fiction title, it s surprisingly packed full of information, and it entertains me today just as much as it did when I was 10 years old It s also part of a series of monster books that I devoured with equal joy I can still remember the smell of this book s pages in my mind [[ Free Epub ]] ↡ Godzilla (Monsters Series) ↽ Best Book, Godzilla Monsters Series By Ian Thorne This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Godzilla Monsters Series , Essay By Ian Thorne Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You A good review of one of my favorite movie monsters The Crestwood House Monster Series by Ian Thorne spanned the late 1970 s and early 80 s You know the books They were the hardcovers with the big orange text and the black and white pictures of monsters on them Inside, each book focused on a particular monster and described how the movie about it was made.Back in 3rd and 4th grade, when I went to the school library with my class, these were the books we d fight over At least the guys anyway Godzilla, Dracula, and King Kong were our favorites, in that order But no one was too disappointed with the Wolf Man, Frankenstein, the Blob, or any other creepy creature Everyone monster book was a good monster book.To a reluctant reader like me, this series proved, by its relationship to exciting movies, that there are books out there for every kid Every installment captured my imagination with stories, history, and photos I wanted to read because of these books, not just watch movies I couldn t wait to learn about my favorite monsters with every trip to the library.Looking back at the books now, they really stir up some old memories The black and white photos make me think of a time when monster movies could frighten and inspire both the young and old without being inappropriate for either audience It s a forgotten art. A great book for a little kid like I was who loves Gozilla films, this gives a stream lined, children s version of the plot of the GODZILLA GOJIRA and some of the later films.