A Practical Guide to Monsters

A Practical Guide to Monsters

Book - 2007
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The sequel to The New York Times best-selling A Practical Guide to Dragons

How do you trick a troll? Do vampires sleep? Why worry about yuan-ti? Just in time for Halloween, this lavishly illustrated guide showcases the spooky, unexpected, and always fascinating world of monsters!
Published: Reston, WA : Mirrorstone, c2007.
ISBN: 9780786948093
Branch Call Number: J793.93 PRA
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) :,col. ill. ;,29 cm.


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SPPL_János Mar 22, 2018

A number of children's fantasy series have published tie-in guides to their monsters, so why not adapt the original monster guide? This nicely illustrated book recasts the Dungeons & Dragons Monster Manual as a field guide to the setting's beasts and beings.

Feb 16, 2013

You really can't go to bed at night without dreaming about the magical creatures you've read about in this mysterious book. It's like every time you open the book, or any other book set in the same world. You really do just want to jump in and fight and befriend all those creatures. And experience what the writer has placed into your mind. You'll be stuck to this book all night, all day and every second till it has to be returned. (Same with all books set in this outstanding world)


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