Tracey Hammett is a Welsh-born writer who shares her time between Cardiff and London. She attended Whitchurch High School, Cardiff and studied English and Theatre at Goldsmiths College, London. Tracey has written numerous stories, scripts and poems for BBC children’s television and radio, including several BAFTA-nominated and award-winning programmes, and likes to combine her love of words, stories and rhyme with a good dollop of humour and an awareness of social and environmental issues.
Jan McCafferty is an experienced children’s book illustrator now residing in Manchester, having studied Graphic Design and Illustration at the Central England University. Her illustrations for other successful children’s books include The Enchanted Wood, the Oliver Moon series and the Kid Cowboy series.
‘What is lovely about the book, apart from it being colourful and funny, is that it helps teach children about inclusion, collaboration and loving their differences. The educational message as well as being entertaining makes it perfect for reading together with parents.’ South Wales Life Magazine
‘A funny story all about the importance of including others, and learning to love the things that make us different’ Love Reading 4 Kids
‘The creation of a cute blue hairy monster makes it easy to understand why everyone loves it’ Little Parachutes
‘The ideal back-to-school picture book for autumn, bursting with monster fun!’ Book Clubs Kids