Molly and Her Monsters

by Caroline Kane Aguiar

Genre: Children’s Picture Book 

Maria Catalina Egan

4.0 out of 5 stars
 Deals with Bullying and Self Love
Reviewed in the United States on February 7, 2022

I loved the Illustrations and Molly is an endearing, beautiful redhead. I did not like the way “Harry” approaches her, in a world where “stranger Danger”; presenting a benign stranger when there is no adult supervision seemed potentially dangerous. If Harry approached when Molly had an adult present, I would have felt the lesson conveyed was better.
There are beautiful pieces to the book and the reader understands that Harry is an angel, I am not sure the age group that would use this book would grasp that without adult guidance.
A teaching tool book, to address bullying due to physical appearance.

Molly and Her Monsters

by Caroline Kane Aguiar

Genre: Children’s Picture Book

Molly is a cute red haired little girl who gets bullied at school because she looks different from the other children. It’s not until she meets a very special friend that she discovers she can put a Stop to the bully if she believes in herself. Find out what happens and how she overcomes this problem.

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Caroline Aguiar lives and writes in Baja California, Mexico where she and her husband own and operate a 2,800 acre guest/bótese ranch.

Caroline has published two short stories, Angel Dogs and Angel Horses. She continues to write for children and is currently working her first young adult fantasy fiction book.

She loves to read, travel, ride horses and write about her adventures.

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