There's A Monster at the End of This Book (Audio Book)

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Audiobook recording of the children's picture book There is a Monster at the End Of This Book

Vocal Characteristics

Language

English

Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)

Accents

North American (US Midwest- Chicago, Great Lakes)

Transcript

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sesame street. The monster at the end of this book starring Lovable furry Old Grover by john Stone. Illustrated by Michael Smolen. What did that say on the first page. What did that say? Did that say? There will be a monster at the end of this book. It did. Oh, I am so scared of monsters. Okay, listen, I have an idea. If you do not turn any pages, we will never get to the end of this book. And that is good because there's a monster at the end of this book. So, please do not turn the page. You turned the page. Maybe you do not understand. You see, turning pages will bring us to the end of this book And there is a monster at the end of this book. But this will stop you from turning pages. See I am tying the pages together so you cannot. You turned another page. You do not know what you are doing to me. Now stop turning pages there. I Grover am nailing this page to the next one so that you will not be able to turn it. And we will not get any closer to the monster at the end of this book. All right, All right, All right. Do you know that? Every time you turn another page, you not only get us closer to the monster at the end of this book, but you make a terrible mess. This will stop you from turning pages, heavy, thick, solid, strong brick wall. I would just like to see you try to turn this page. Do you know that you are very strong? The next page is the end of this book. And there is a monster at the end of this book. Oh, I am so scared. Please do not turn the page. Please, please, please. Well, look at that. This is the end of the book and the only one here is me. I Lovable, furry old Grover am the monster at the end of this book. And you were so scared. I told you and told you there was nothing to be afraid of the end.