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Another Monster at the End of This Book

Another Monster at the End of This Book

Sesame Workshop

An interactive enhancement of the Sesame Street classic sequel with Elmo.

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  • Very Funny Book Sep 15, 2019

    By a guy that love cheese
    Another monster at the end of this book is a very Funny and Entertaining book with 2 entertaining Sesame Street characters. It’s even better than the original (the original is still good but this ones better) Because More Characters, more 4th wall Breaks, and the Minigames are even better. This book deserves ANOTHER sequel.
  • Great app!! Aug 5, 2020

    By bumperisnice
    I love this app! It would be nice though if you made a monster at the end of this book 3.
  • Not as good as the original Dec 29, 2018

    By istuart45
    Not as good as the original “monster at the end of this book” I’m referring to both the app and book content itself. This speaks more to the excellence of the app and book of the original. This one is still fun and worth buying for sure. I am totally happy with it.
  • Rickey And Rich Another Monster Book Sep 27, 2019

    By Raquel Israel
    Monster
  • David Nov 9, 2020

    By david the magic brave
    I love it
  • My 2 year old LOVES it more than original Dec 8, 2011

    By beevan_jedi
    This book app is far more appealing to a younger viewer. My 2 year old had watched it a gazillion times over the past few days. The interactive parts are so much more interesting than in the original, and the interaction between Elmo & Grover helps make the concept of the story much more accessible for a two year old. One very cool page has a vault door with three buttons on it that required the child to match the inner color to the outer color by touching it...the outer color is either red, blue, or green and the inside color changes as touch it... The best part is that the combination is different every time you read the book. Such a great idea, and it provides an added layer of challenge for toddlers.
  • Kids love it! Heck, I love it!! May 7, 2012

    By BenjPhoto
    This is a very entertaining book with plenty of interactive fun (much more than just page turning). I used to read "There's a Monster at the End of This Book" to my kids using Grover's voice. Now I can rest my vocal chords with the grandkids and let Grover and Elmo do all the talking. I've shown two year olds how to add or remove paperclips and swipe glue off the page. I only had to tell them to knock down the blocks and they didn't need a demonstration (go figure). They love it. I get a kick out of it too….. There should be more interactive content like this out there. I don't see how I could rate it less than five stars, it's that good.
  • Not as good as the original Jun 26, 2012

    By KBteacher6
    I bought this for my 21 month old daughter because she loves the original "The Monster at the End of this Book" (both book and app). I'm giving this sequel app three stars because, although she enjoys this one, I don't think it is as well-made as the original. The animation is not quite as strong and some of the tasks in the app are a little more difficult for a very young child to complete. Finally, as a teacher by profession, I don't like that most of the text disappears immediately after the characters read it. It doesn't allow for parents or young readers to reread the text. Overall, an app my daughter enjoys, just not as good as the original.
  • Simply add Elmo and you have app coolaid May 8, 2012

    By Scubadobadoo
    It is the old Grover favorite with Elmo added and kids do like Elmo! It brings with it a few more interactive touches but the story line in this Elmo version is lacking. The ending is abrupt and doesn't really have the fun discovery aspect as the original. The original is about the monster at the end of the book. This version is about Elmo getting in the way and helping to sell another app. Good natured Elmo actually serves to lower the stakes and ruins the ending by defusing Grover's insanity to the point where nobody cares about the moster. At the end my daughter actually said, "What happened?" It is kinda like trying to watch a movie with a roach on the screen. Still, kids will like it. Mine does I think.
  • Cute book turned App May 16, 2013

    By Hegherardini
    Another Monster at the End of This Book...Starring Grover is definitely worth a read. The app is engaging and I like the interactive elements for the reader to do to help Elmo turn the page. The voices are true to the characters on Sesame Street and the text appearing as the characters speak is great. The music and sound effects are appropriate, too. It keeps the child more interested in what is going on. This app has parental suggestions to turn this from a simple story into teaching moments.
  • Very Funny Book Sep 15, 2019

    By a guy that love cheese
    Another monster at the end of this book is a very Funny and Entertaining book with 2 entertaining Sesame Street characters. It’s even better than the original (the original is still good but this ones better) Because More Characters, more 4th wall Breaks, and the Minigames are even better. This book deserves ANOTHER sequel.
  • Great app!! Aug 5, 2020

    By bumperisnice
    I love this app! It would be nice though if you made a monster at the end of this book 3.
  • Not as good as the original Dec 29, 2018

    By istuart45
    Not as good as the original “monster at the end of this book” I’m referring to both the app and book content itself. This speaks more to the excellence of the app and book of the original. This one is still fun and worth buying for sure. I am totally happy with it.
  • Rickey And Rich Another Monster Book Sep 27, 2019

    By Raquel Israel
    Monster
  • David Nov 9, 2020

    By david the magic brave
    I love it
  • My 2 year old LOVES it more than original Dec 8, 2011

    By beevan_jedi
    This book app is far more appealing to a younger viewer. My 2 year old had watched it a gazillion times over the past few days. The interactive parts are so much more interesting than in the original, and the interaction between Elmo & Grover helps make the concept of the story much more accessible for a two year old. One very cool page has a vault door with three buttons on it that required the child to match the inner color to the outer color by touching it...the outer color is either red, blue, or green and the inside color changes as touch it... The best part is that the combination is different every time you read the book. Such a great idea, and it provides an added layer of challenge for toddlers.
  • Kids love it! Heck, I love it!! May 7, 2012

    By BenjPhoto
    This is a very entertaining book with plenty of interactive fun (much more than just page turning). I used to read "There's a Monster at the End of This Book" to my kids using Grover's voice. Now I can rest my vocal chords with the grandkids and let Grover and Elmo do all the talking. I've shown two year olds how to add or remove paperclips and swipe glue off the page. I only had to tell them to knock down the blocks and they didn't need a demonstration (go figure). They love it. I get a kick out of it too….. There should be more interactive content like this out there. I don't see how I could rate it less than five stars, it's that good.
  • Not as good as the original Jun 26, 2012

    By KBteacher6
    I bought this for my 21 month old daughter because she loves the original "The Monster at the End of this Book" (both book and app). I'm giving this sequel app three stars because, although she enjoys this one, I don't think it is as well-made as the original. The animation is not quite as strong and some of the tasks in the app are a little more difficult for a very young child to complete. Finally, as a teacher by profession, I don't like that most of the text disappears immediately after the characters read it. It doesn't allow for parents or young readers to reread the text. Overall, an app my daughter enjoys, just not as good as the original.
  • Simply add Elmo and you have app coolaid May 8, 2012

    By Scubadobadoo
    It is the old Grover favorite with Elmo added and kids do like Elmo! It brings with it a few more interactive touches but the story line in this Elmo version is lacking. The ending is abrupt and doesn't really have the fun discovery aspect as the original. The original is about the monster at the end of the book. This version is about Elmo getting in the way and helping to sell another app. Good natured Elmo actually serves to lower the stakes and ruins the ending by defusing Grover's insanity to the point where nobody cares about the moster. At the end my daughter actually said, "What happened?" It is kinda like trying to watch a movie with a roach on the screen. Still, kids will like it. Mine does I think.
  • Cute book turned App May 16, 2013

    By Hegherardini
    Another Monster at the End of This Book...Starring Grover is definitely worth a read. The app is engaging and I like the interactive elements for the reader to do to help Elmo turn the page. The voices are true to the characters on Sesame Street and the text appearing as the characters speak is great. The music and sound effects are appropriate, too. It keeps the child more interested in what is going on. This app has parental suggestions to turn this from a simple story into teaching moments.
  • The monster at the end of this book. Nov 4, 2017

    By Hermunstr
    Not updated, will not work.
  • Ads ruined this one Dec 19, 2018

    By statgazer10
    Used to be a 5-star app, but the ads laid on top have ruined this as my kid keeps hitting them and getting frustrated.
  • Ad blocks book Jan 31, 2018

    By Beamergrown
    The book contains a rotating Sesame Street square that blocks you from progressing in the book! Poor design!
  • Would have loved it...... Jan 26, 2012

    By Woodbridge
    My daughter has special needs (CP) and just LOVED the first Monster book. I was so excited to see this one and purchased instantly. However, the pages like the paper clip or even worse, the block page are impossible for her to turn. It requires too much exact touching. I even have a hard time with the block page. The glue page is another page stopper. I emailed the company and their suggestion was to access the pages by the drop down Menu but that is not possible for my daughter. I wish she could just turn those pages at will like the others or require less touching like on the first book. It is such a nice app otherwise.

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  • Very Funny Book Sep 15, 2019

    By a guy that love cheese
    Another monster at the end of this book is a very Funny and Entertaining book with 2 entertaining Sesame Street characters. It’s even better than the original (the original is still good but this ones better) Because More Characters, more 4th wall Breaks, and the Minigames are even better. This book deserves ANOTHER sequel.
  • Great app!! Aug 5, 2020

    By bumperisnice
    I love this app! It would be nice though if you made a monster at the end of this book 3.
  • Not as good as the original Dec 29, 2018

    By istuart45
    Not as good as the original “monster at the end of this book” I’m referring to both the app and book content itself. This speaks more to the excellence of the app and book of the original. This one is still fun and worth buying for sure. I am totally happy with it.
  • Rickey And Rich Another Monster Book Sep 27, 2019

    By Raquel Israel
    Monster
  • David Nov 9, 2020

    By david the magic brave
    I love it
  • My 2 year old LOVES it more than original Dec 8, 2011

    By beevan_jedi
    This book app is far more appealing to a younger viewer. My 2 year old had watched it a gazillion times over the past few days. The interactive parts are so much more interesting than in the original, and the interaction between Elmo & Grover helps make the concept of the story much more accessible for a two year old. One very cool page has a vault door with three buttons on it that required the child to match the inner color to the outer color by touching it...the outer color is either red, blue, or green and the inside color changes as touch it... The best part is that the combination is different every time you read the book. Such a great idea, and it provides an added layer of challenge for toddlers.
  • Kids love it! Heck, I love it!! May 7, 2012

    By BenjPhoto
    This is a very entertaining book with plenty of interactive fun (much more than just page turning). I used to read "There's a Monster at the End of This Book" to my kids using Grover's voice. Now I can rest my vocal chords with the grandkids and let Grover and Elmo do all the talking. I've shown two year olds how to add or remove paperclips and swipe glue off the page. I only had to tell them to knock down the blocks and they didn't need a demonstration (go figure). They love it. I get a kick out of it too….. There should be more interactive content like this out there. I don't see how I could rate it less than five stars, it's that good.
  • Cute book turned App May 16, 2013

    By Hegherardini
    Another Monster at the End of This Book...Starring Grover is definitely worth a read. The app is engaging and I like the interactive elements for the reader to do to help Elmo turn the page. The voices are true to the characters on Sesame Street and the text appearing as the characters speak is great. The music and sound effects are appropriate, too. It keeps the child more interested in what is going on. This app has parental suggestions to turn this from a simple story into teaching moments.
  • Wonderful app! Dec 12, 2011

    By Anglbrry
    Bought this ast Saturday for a trip to Orlando he next day. Neer her an unhappy word from my almost 4 yr old grandaughter. She adores it! She loved Monster original also, now has both memorized and "reads" with both. It's not something that adults will find intolerable after a while (maybe when they keep poking at the same thing over and over), it just to dare cute. Would love to see more interactive like this from anyone that does children books on iPads.
  • Another Monster is GREAT! Dec 12, 2011

    By SupermanTech
    I have had this app since the first day it has come out and it has not crashed on me at all also my 2 year old watches it constantly he loves it. I would highly recommend this to any parent whose children like Elmo or Grover. My 2 year old can do all the activities by himself. Your children will love the story and activities. With how much replay value this app has it is a steal for .99 cents. I am so glad I got it for my son he absolutely loves it.

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  • Not as good as the original Jun 26, 2012

    By KBteacher6
    I bought this for my 21 month old daughter because she loves the original "The Monster at the End of this Book" (both book and app). I'm giving this sequel app three stars because, although she enjoys this one, I don't think it is as well-made as the original. The animation is not quite as strong and some of the tasks in the app are a little more difficult for a very young child to complete. Finally, as a teacher by profession, I don't like that most of the text disappears immediately after the characters read it. It doesn't allow for parents or young readers to reread the text. Overall, an app my daughter enjoys, just not as good as the original.
  • Simply add Elmo and you have app coolaid May 8, 2012

    By Scubadobadoo
    It is the old Grover favorite with Elmo added and kids do like Elmo! It brings with it a few more interactive touches but the story line in this Elmo version is lacking. The ending is abrupt and doesn't really have the fun discovery aspect as the original. The original is about the monster at the end of the book. This version is about Elmo getting in the way and helping to sell another app. Good natured Elmo actually serves to lower the stakes and ruins the ending by defusing Grover's insanity to the point where nobody cares about the moster. At the end my daughter actually said, "What happened?" It is kinda like trying to watch a movie with a roach on the screen. Still, kids will like it. Mine does I think.
  • Good Book, Bad Book Nov 30, 2011

    By BaDiBa
    The story is cute. The activities are fun. My son loves Grover and Elmo. Ok,... That's about it for the good. Now, on to the bad; it has crashed several times already, it is PAINfully slow to load each page (we have a 4th gen. iPod, running iOS5), it's quite a short read, and the story is not as engaging as the original since (as other reviewers have stated) Grover is now mostly talking to Elmo instead of the child reading the book. If the crashing and slow loading is fixed, this would be a perfectly adequate book, especially at the .99 price.
  • Would have loved it...... Jan 26, 2012

    By Woodbridge
    My daughter has special needs (CP) and just LOVED the first Monster book. I was so excited to see this one and purchased instantly. However, the pages like the paper clip or even worse, the block page are impossible for her to turn. It requires too much exact touching. I even have a hard time with the block page. The glue page is another page stopper. I emailed the company and their suggestion was to access the pages by the drop down Menu but that is not possible for my daughter. I wish she could just turn those pages at will like the others or require less touching like on the first book. It is such a nice app otherwise.
  • The monster at the end of this book. Nov 4, 2017

    By Hermunstr
    Not updated, will not work.
  • Ads ruined this one Dec 19, 2018

    By statgazer10
    Used to be a 5-star app, but the ads laid on top have ruined this as my kid keeps hitting them and getting frustrated.
  • Ad blocks book Jan 31, 2018

    By Beamergrown
    The book contains a rotating Sesame Street square that blocks you from progressing in the book! Poor design!

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