All images and content copyright Daniel Jude Miller 2017 Page"O"Fun about me The easiest way to build a character is from the ground up. So, start with the feet! It's your job to finish the monster however you would like! Fins? Flippers? Two eyes or fourteen? It's up to you! There are certainly Monsters in Manhattan, but I bet you can find monsters hiding ALL OVER your very own school. Create scary, interesting or funny monsters that live in the gym, the cafeteria, the principal's office and even the bathroom! Write their stories and draw what you think your school's unique creatures look like. Manhattan is crawling with creatures, creeps and assorted kooky characters! Explore the Monster Map and get special biographies on all the monsters. Plus, tons of fun facts about all of the incredible landmarks and tourist attractions of New York City. DOWNLOAD the monster map Be cartoon think fantasy mark color boogers photograph scare excite explore tell stories create dream Believe Paint laugh fart wonder joke remember share invent imagine make a mess inspire sketch grow amaze build design goof-off draw write Do you think that you know where my monsters live? Well, here's your chance to prove it! Monsters in Manhattan - Game show quiz The idea How old do you have to be to make a book? The "not-so-fast" start to my career. the "everyday"tree The Wacky story creator The Trap Coloring SheetS DOWNLOAD DOWNLOAD DOWNLOAD DOWNLOAD funny stories & places for inspiration The story Speed Coloring The Books The sketches Monsters in "my school"
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The Empire State Building Challenge I bet you didn't realize how easy it is to make a monster? It is super easy! Just look around the house for anything old, unused or on it's way to the trash. Shoe boxes, soda cans, straws, cotton balls, CDs or even old sneakers can be the fantastic beginning of a spooky, hilarious or goofy monster. Watch the video or click on the hand-out to see how! The Empire State Building has 102 floors. I bet you can't stack 102 nickels, or blocks, or dice or anything else. I bet you can't! Prove me wrong!! Check out some examples! How a book is made download The old shirt The illustrations CLICK HERE DOWNLOAD The "feet sheet" download "How's it end?" My Youtube Channel read-alouds THE HOMEMADE MONSTER PROJECT Trees don't have to be just for Christmas. What about a Valentine's Tree? Or an Easter tree? Or even a Ground Hog's day tree? Why can't every holiday have a tree? Creating a story is much easier than you think. In fact, all you really need are four things: a noun, an adjective, a place, and a problem. Ask someone to give you those four things and then use that information to craft your story. Maybe your Mom will give you - Banana, purple, London, England, and wishes he could find his way home. Now you can try to write that story. There once was a purple banana... My son, the Halloween Boy, builds a trap every Christmas season to try to catch Santa. Try to design your own trap that you think might catch Santa, a leprechaun, or even the Easter Bunny. You can even create a fairy trap if you'd like. The most important part of any story is the ending. That's the part people remember. That's the part a reader tells their friends about. That's the part that makes them want to read your next story. Finish my story-starters. Use what I began to create your own incredible, memorable ending. Like what you see here? Well, head over to YouTube where I post so much more! Behind the scenes videos, drawing tutorials, contests, funny stories and some surprises. Subscribe so you never miss an update! Color! Color! Color! children's books media contact shop author Visits Be cartoon think fantasy mark color boogers photograph scare excite explore tell stories create dream Believe Paint laugh fart wonder joke remember share invent imagine make a mess inspire sketch grow amaze build design goof-off draw write My YouTube channel