Review: The Monster Key

Posted on October 5, 2009


The Monster Key
By Jeff D. Robb
April 2009
150 pages

Switch the bully picks on Lewis Grance so much that it gives him nightmares. One day when Lewis is fleeing from Switch he hides under a dusty old bed in an abandoned building. He finds a key and promptly falls through the floor. He lands in a dark room filled with bridges and doors. He uses the key to unlock one of the doors and surfaces under a park bench. Lewis shares his secret key with his friend Jamey and together they must unlock the mystery of the secret chamber. But can one small key help them defeat the bullies and monsters?

Robb tackles the fears of monsters and bullies in a way that is more entertaining than it is scary. The Monster Key is a fast-paced, easy-to-read adventure that middle school age readers will find irresistible.

Copyright (c) 2009 by Peggy Tibbetts

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