Monsters Beware! (Chronicles of Claudette #3)

Monsters Beware! (Chronicles of Claudette #3)

Claudette is back AGAIN, and she?s ready to kick major monster butt! She?s fought giants, clobbered dragons, and now Claudette faces her biggest challenge yet? herself! Well, that and a gang of vile monsters. It all begins when Claudette?s town hosts the annual Warrior Games. After some sneaky maneuvering, Claudette manages to gets herself, Marie, and Gaston chosen as her t Claudette is back AGAIN, and she?s ready to kick major monster butt! She?s fought giants, clobbered dr...

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Title:Monsters Beware! (Chronicles of Claudette #3)
Author:Jorge Aguirre
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1626721807
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:176 pages pages

Monsters Beware! (Chronicles of Claudette #3) Reviews

  • Mary Lee
    Apr 29, 2018

    My favorite yet in this series! And if the ?The End? at the end means the series is over, I am sad, but it was a perfect end. If not, I can?t wait for more adventures. ...

    I mean, this series is so cute. It's silly and bold, with fantastic cartoony art, and is sure to find a receptive and happy audience among young readers. Great for read alongs with even younger readers! ...

    Claudette continues to yearn for adventure. After her previous battles with giants and dragons, she is more determined than ever to win fame and glory with her courage. The Marquis who rules Mont Petit Pierre does not approve of Claudette's behavior or her influence on his own daughter...

    This was such a fun read! I love that the characters have deepened and grown over the trilogy, even while maintaining their personalities. A true hero's arc for Claudette in Monsters Beware! ...

    Claudette marches to her own music, which is not something that is appreciated by everyone in her village. When her town hosts the Warrior Games, she's primed to use all her sword-fighting skills to bring to bear in winning the prize and lead her team to victory. But once her brother G...

    This was the final book in the Chronicles of Claudette series. This was a wonderful conclusion to this series. I love how fun this series is and really enjoyed it a lot. The illustration is very cartoony, bright, and colorful. It fits the tone of the story nicely and is easy to fo...

    Love these characters! ...

    A fun conclusion to a sweet series. My 8 year old and 6 year old loved the series ...

    3.5 Fun with a monstrous twist! Claudette ("the cloddish") was extra annoying in this vol. Just listen to Marie and Gaston!! But the giggles were still there (Marie: "But, father, Claudette is the only child in our town whose misguided thirst for honor and glory is as great as ...

    If this is the end, it?s a great one. If it?s not, it?s still a great story. ...

    While the emphasis on fighting monsters vs ?real work? was a bit heavy handed, I did enjoy the final chariot scene where Claudette shines. The plot twists were lovely as well as the trio all using their strengths to come together and save the day. I hope the series does continue, p...

    Aguirre, Jorge Monsters Beware! (Giants Beware, #3), illustrated by Rafael Rosado, 170 pages. GRAPHIC NOVEL. First Second (Macmillan), 2018. $15. Content: Language: G; Mature Content: G; Violence: G. Claudette wants to be chosen for the Warrior Games to represent her village becaus...

    I was SO excited to see that a third Claudette book had slipped pass my radar and was available in the library catalog. ...But, IMHO, it was a little lack-luster for me. Something about the art didn't hold it's usual charm and felt rushed to me? Ironic, given that it's been awhile ...

    My 8yo and 10yo have been suckers for these for years. As a parent reader the shine is wearing off a little - you know Claudette will barge in sword blazing, Marie will try to reason with the baddie, and Gaston will wish he were in the kitchen. There will be plenty of yuks along the wa...

    A glorious ending (???or will there be more???) to a fabulous series. Claudette for the win -- OVER monsters and FOR her friends and family. Great back matter that shows how the story was revised even after it was finished. ...

  • Chris
    Mar 28, 2018

    My favorite yet in this series! And if the ?The End? at the end means the series is over, I am sad, but it was a perfect end. If not, I can?t wait for more adventures. ...

    I mean, this series is so cute. It's silly and bold, with fantastic cartoony art, and is sure to find a receptive and happy audience among young readers. Great for read alongs with even younger readers! ...

    Claudette continues to yearn for adventure. After her previous battles with giants and dragons, she is more determined than ever to win fame and glory with her courage. The Marquis who rules Mont Petit Pierre does not approve of Claudette's behavior or her influence on his own daughter...

    This was such a fun read! I love that the characters have deepened and grown over the trilogy, even while maintaining their personalities. A true hero's arc for Claudette in Monsters Beware! ...

    Claudette marches to her own music, which is not something that is appreciated by everyone in her village. When her town hosts the Warrior Games, she's primed to use all her sword-fighting skills to bring to bear in winning the prize and lead her team to victory. But once her brother G...

    This was the final book in the Chronicles of Claudette series. This was a wonderful conclusion to this series. I love how fun this series is and really enjoyed it a lot. The illustration is very cartoony, bright, and colorful. It fits the tone of the story nicely and is easy to fo...

    Love these characters! ...

    A fun conclusion to a sweet series. My 8 year old and 6 year old loved the series ...

    3.5 Fun with a monstrous twist! Claudette ("the cloddish") was extra annoying in this vol. Just listen to Marie and Gaston!! But the giggles were still there (Marie: "But, father, Claudette is the only child in our town whose misguided thirst for honor and glory is as great as ...

    If this is the end, it?s a great one. If it?s not, it?s still a great story. ...

    While the emphasis on fighting monsters vs ?real work? was a bit heavy handed, I did enjoy the final chariot scene where Claudette shines. The plot twists were lovely as well as the trio all using their strengths to come together and save the day. I hope the series does continue, p...

    Aguirre, Jorge Monsters Beware! (Giants Beware, #3), illustrated by Rafael Rosado, 170 pages. GRAPHIC NOVEL. First Second (Macmillan), 2018. $15. Content: Language: G; Mature Content: G; Violence: G. Claudette wants to be chosen for the Warrior Games to represent her village becaus...

    I was SO excited to see that a third Claudette book had slipped pass my radar and was available in the library catalog. ...But, IMHO, it was a little lack-luster for me. Something about the art didn't hold it's usual charm and felt rushed to me? Ironic, given that it's been awhile ...

    My 8yo and 10yo have been suckers for these for years. As a parent reader the shine is wearing off a little - you know Claudette will barge in sword blazing, Marie will try to reason with the baddie, and Gaston will wish he were in the kitchen. There will be plenty of yuks along the wa...

    A glorious ending (???or will there be more???) to a fabulous series. Claudette for the win -- OVER monsters and FOR her friends and family. Great back matter that shows how the story was revised even after it was finished. ...

    This has been my favorite of the Claudette series! The role reversal was great, to see her get what she wanted, but it wasn't what she expected! The shout out to Columbus and Jeni's Splendid was an awesome Easter egg for those of us locals! ...

    Aw, I always forget how cute and awesome this series is. But then a new one comes out and I am delighted to be reminded. This is maybe the last one so I'll miss, but it's a great ending. And shout out to Jeni's Splendid! ...

    Some how I wasn't enjoying this as much as the other two. Probably just didn't feel as refreshing and was starting to get a bit tired. But then I really like how it concluded so 3.5 stars. I also feel that this one may actually have a more memorable story. See? Already coming back arou...

    Funny, exciting and well-drawn. Great for kids and adults. Claudette is the bull in the china shop, and her brother Gaston and best friend Marie bail her out as necessary, with wits and diplomacy. A really fun series. ...

    Gahhhhh, this was adorable and a truly sweet way to end a junior graphic novel! Claudette was probably at her most annoying in this one but that's half of her charm. You'll find yourself sticking around for all of the other cast members so full of heart!! ...

    Even though the story-line is geared for younger audiences and too young for MS/HS. I still found the story to be cute and entertaining. I really enjoyed Claudette's adventures and her determination to win. I can see this graphic novel series being a hit in any elementary library. ...

    The final Claudette book is wonderful! ...

    My 7yo like it. The artwork is good, the story is really meh. ...

    So funny. https://geekdad.com/2018/06/stack-ove... ...

    My favorite Claudette adventure of the three! ...

    Another amazing book (and sadly, the last I think) in this graphic novel series. ...

    I love this series! I hope this isn't the end of Claudette! ...

    Another stellar entry in this series. So much fun! ...

    More fun with Claudette and friends. Excellent fun. ...

  • Celeste
    May 11, 2018

    My favorite yet in this series! And if the ?The End? at the end means the series is over, I am sad, but it was a perfect end. If not, I can?t wait for more adventures. ...

    I mean, this series is so cute. It's silly and bold, with fantastic cartoony art, and is sure to find a receptive and happy audience among young readers. Great for read alongs with even younger readers! ...

    Claudette continues to yearn for adventure. After her previous battles with giants and dragons, she is more determined than ever to win fame and glory with her courage. The Marquis who rules Mont Petit Pierre does not approve of Claudette's behavior or her influence on his own daughter...

    This was such a fun read! I love that the characters have deepened and grown over the trilogy, even while maintaining their personalities. A true hero's arc for Claudette in Monsters Beware! ...

    Claudette marches to her own music, which is not something that is appreciated by everyone in her village. When her town hosts the Warrior Games, she's primed to use all her sword-fighting skills to bring to bear in winning the prize and lead her team to victory. But once her brother G...

    This was the final book in the Chronicles of Claudette series. This was a wonderful conclusion to this series. I love how fun this series is and really enjoyed it a lot. The illustration is very cartoony, bright, and colorful. It fits the tone of the story nicely and is easy to fo...

    Love these characters! ...

    A fun conclusion to a sweet series. My 8 year old and 6 year old loved the series ...

    3.5 Fun with a monstrous twist! Claudette ("the cloddish") was extra annoying in this vol. Just listen to Marie and Gaston!! But the giggles were still there (Marie: "But, father, Claudette is the only child in our town whose misguided thirst for honor and glory is as great as ...

    If this is the end, it?s a great one. If it?s not, it?s still a great story. ...

    While the emphasis on fighting monsters vs ?real work? was a bit heavy handed, I did enjoy the final chariot scene where Claudette shines. The plot twists were lovely as well as the trio all using their strengths to come together and save the day. I hope the series does continue, p...

    Aguirre, Jorge Monsters Beware! (Giants Beware, #3), illustrated by Rafael Rosado, 170 pages. GRAPHIC NOVEL. First Second (Macmillan), 2018. $15. Content: Language: G; Mature Content: G; Violence: G. Claudette wants to be chosen for the Warrior Games to represent her village becaus...

    I was SO excited to see that a third Claudette book had slipped pass my radar and was available in the library catalog. ...But, IMHO, it was a little lack-luster for me. Something about the art didn't hold it's usual charm and felt rushed to me? Ironic, given that it's been awhile ...

    My 8yo and 10yo have been suckers for these for years. As a parent reader the shine is wearing off a little - you know Claudette will barge in sword blazing, Marie will try to reason with the baddie, and Gaston will wish he were in the kitchen. There will be plenty of yuks along the wa...

    A glorious ending (???or will there be more???) to a fabulous series. Claudette for the win -- OVER monsters and FOR her friends and family. Great back matter that shows how the story was revised even after it was finished. ...

    This has been my favorite of the Claudette series! The role reversal was great, to see her get what she wanted, but it wasn't what she expected! The shout out to Columbus and Jeni's Splendid was an awesome Easter egg for those of us locals! ...

    Aw, I always forget how cute and awesome this series is. But then a new one comes out and I am delighted to be reminded. This is maybe the last one so I'll miss, but it's a great ending. And shout out to Jeni's Splendid! ...

    Some how I wasn't enjoying this as much as the other two. Probably just didn't feel as refreshing and was starting to get a bit tired. But then I really like how it concluded so 3.5 stars. I also feel that this one may actually have a more memorable story. See? Already coming back arou...

    Funny, exciting and well-drawn. Great for kids and adults. Claudette is the bull in the china shop, and her brother Gaston and best friend Marie bail her out as necessary, with wits and diplomacy. A really fun series. ...

    Gahhhhh, this was adorable and a truly sweet way to end a junior graphic novel! Claudette was probably at her most annoying in this one but that's half of her charm. You'll find yourself sticking around for all of the other cast members so full of heart!! ...

    Even though the story-line is geared for younger audiences and too young for MS/HS. I still found the story to be cute and entertaining. I really enjoyed Claudette's adventures and her determination to win. I can see this graphic novel series being a hit in any elementary library. ...

    The final Claudette book is wonderful! ...

    My 7yo like it. The artwork is good, the story is really meh. ...

    So funny. https://geekdad.com/2018/06/stack-ove... ...

    My favorite Claudette adventure of the three! ...

    Another amazing book (and sadly, the last I think) in this graphic novel series. ...

    I love this series! I hope this isn't the end of Claudette! ...

    Another stellar entry in this series. So much fun! ...

    More fun with Claudette and friends. Excellent fun. ...

    This graphic novel series is funny, fast paced and has great illustrations. ...

  • Melissa
    Mar 13, 2018

    My favorite yet in this series! And if the ?The End? at the end means the series is over, I am sad, but it was a perfect end. If not, I can?t wait for more adventures. ...

    I mean, this series is so cute. It's silly and bold, with fantastic cartoony art, and is sure to find a receptive and happy audience among young readers. Great for read alongs with even younger readers! ...

    Claudette continues to yearn for adventure. After her previous battles with giants and dragons, she is more determined than ever to win fame and glory with her courage. The Marquis who rules Mont Petit Pierre does not approve of Claudette's behavior or her influence on his own daughter...

    This was such a fun read! I love that the characters have deepened and grown over the trilogy, even while maintaining their personalities. A true hero's arc for Claudette in Monsters Beware! ...

    Claudette marches to her own music, which is not something that is appreciated by everyone in her village. When her town hosts the Warrior Games, she's primed to use all her sword-fighting skills to bring to bear in winning the prize and lead her team to victory. But once her brother G...

    This was the final book in the Chronicles of Claudette series. This was a wonderful conclusion to this series. I love how fun this series is and really enjoyed it a lot. The illustration is very cartoony, bright, and colorful. It fits the tone of the story nicely and is easy to fo...

    Love these characters! ...

    A fun conclusion to a sweet series. My 8 year old and 6 year old loved the series ...

    3.5 Fun with a monstrous twist! Claudette ("the cloddish") was extra annoying in this vol. Just listen to Marie and Gaston!! But the giggles were still there (Marie: "But, father, Claudette is the only child in our town whose misguided thirst for honor and glory is as great as ...

    If this is the end, it?s a great one. If it?s not, it?s still a great story. ...

  • Jenn Estepp
    Jun 21, 2018

    My favorite yet in this series! And if the ?The End? at the end means the series is over, I am sad, but it was a perfect end. If not, I can?t wait for more adventures. ...

    I mean, this series is so cute. It's silly and bold, with fantastic cartoony art, and is sure to find a receptive and happy audience among young readers. Great for read alongs with even younger readers! ...

    Claudette continues to yearn for adventure. After her previous battles with giants and dragons, she is more determined than ever to win fame and glory with her courage. The Marquis who rules Mont Petit Pierre does not approve of Claudette's behavior or her influence on his own daughter...

    This was such a fun read! I love that the characters have deepened and grown over the trilogy, even while maintaining their personalities. A true hero's arc for Claudette in Monsters Beware! ...

    Claudette marches to her own music, which is not something that is appreciated by everyone in her village. When her town hosts the Warrior Games, she's primed to use all her sword-fighting skills to bring to bear in winning the prize and lead her team to victory. But once her brother G...

    This was the final book in the Chronicles of Claudette series. This was a wonderful conclusion to this series. I love how fun this series is and really enjoyed it a lot. The illustration is very cartoony, bright, and colorful. It fits the tone of the story nicely and is easy to fo...

    Love these characters! ...

    A fun conclusion to a sweet series. My 8 year old and 6 year old loved the series ...

    3.5 Fun with a monstrous twist! Claudette ("the cloddish") was extra annoying in this vol. Just listen to Marie and Gaston!! But the giggles were still there (Marie: "But, father, Claudette is the only child in our town whose misguided thirst for honor and glory is as great as ...

    If this is the end, it?s a great one. If it?s not, it?s still a great story. ...

    While the emphasis on fighting monsters vs ?real work? was a bit heavy handed, I did enjoy the final chariot scene where Claudette shines. The plot twists were lovely as well as the trio all using their strengths to come together and save the day. I hope the series does continue, p...

    Aguirre, Jorge Monsters Beware! (Giants Beware, #3), illustrated by Rafael Rosado, 170 pages. GRAPHIC NOVEL. First Second (Macmillan), 2018. $15. Content: Language: G; Mature Content: G; Violence: G. Claudette wants to be chosen for the Warrior Games to represent her village becaus...

    I was SO excited to see that a third Claudette book had slipped pass my radar and was available in the library catalog. ...But, IMHO, it was a little lack-luster for me. Something about the art didn't hold it's usual charm and felt rushed to me? Ironic, given that it's been awhile ...

    My 8yo and 10yo have been suckers for these for years. As a parent reader the shine is wearing off a little - you know Claudette will barge in sword blazing, Marie will try to reason with the baddie, and Gaston will wish he were in the kitchen. There will be plenty of yuks along the wa...

    A glorious ending (???or will there be more???) to a fabulous series. Claudette for the win -- OVER monsters and FOR her friends and family. Great back matter that shows how the story was revised even after it was finished. ...

    This has been my favorite of the Claudette series! The role reversal was great, to see her get what she wanted, but it wasn't what she expected! The shout out to Columbus and Jeni's Splendid was an awesome Easter egg for those of us locals! ...

    Aw, I always forget how cute and awesome this series is. But then a new one comes out and I am delighted to be reminded. This is maybe the last one so I'll miss, but it's a great ending. And shout out to Jeni's Splendid! ...

  • Kris Springer
    Mar 31, 2018

    My favorite yet in this series! And if the ?The End? at the end means the series is over, I am sad, but it was a perfect end. If not, I can?t wait for more adventures. ...

    I mean, this series is so cute. It's silly and bold, with fantastic cartoony art, and is sure to find a receptive and happy audience among young readers. Great for read alongs with even younger readers! ...

    Claudette continues to yearn for adventure. After her previous battles with giants and dragons, she is more determined than ever to win fame and glory with her courage. The Marquis who rules Mont Petit Pierre does not approve of Claudette's behavior or her influence on his own daughter...

    This was such a fun read! I love that the characters have deepened and grown over the trilogy, even while maintaining their personalities. A true hero's arc for Claudette in Monsters Beware! ...

    Claudette marches to her own music, which is not something that is appreciated by everyone in her village. When her town hosts the Warrior Games, she's primed to use all her sword-fighting skills to bring to bear in winning the prize and lead her team to victory. But once her brother G...

    This was the final book in the Chronicles of Claudette series. This was a wonderful conclusion to this series. I love how fun this series is and really enjoyed it a lot. The illustration is very cartoony, bright, and colorful. It fits the tone of the story nicely and is easy to fo...

    Love these characters! ...

    A fun conclusion to a sweet series. My 8 year old and 6 year old loved the series ...

    3.5 Fun with a monstrous twist! Claudette ("the cloddish") was extra annoying in this vol. Just listen to Marie and Gaston!! But the giggles were still there (Marie: "But, father, Claudette is the only child in our town whose misguided thirst for honor and glory is as great as ...

    If this is the end, it?s a great one. If it?s not, it?s still a great story. ...

    While the emphasis on fighting monsters vs ?real work? was a bit heavy handed, I did enjoy the final chariot scene where Claudette shines. The plot twists were lovely as well as the trio all using their strengths to come together and save the day. I hope the series does continue, p...

    Aguirre, Jorge Monsters Beware! (Giants Beware, #3), illustrated by Rafael Rosado, 170 pages. GRAPHIC NOVEL. First Second (Macmillan), 2018. $15. Content: Language: G; Mature Content: G; Violence: G. Claudette wants to be chosen for the Warrior Games to represent her village becaus...

    I was SO excited to see that a third Claudette book had slipped pass my radar and was available in the library catalog. ...But, IMHO, it was a little lack-luster for me. Something about the art didn't hold it's usual charm and felt rushed to me? Ironic, given that it's been awhile ...

    My 8yo and 10yo have been suckers for these for years. As a parent reader the shine is wearing off a little - you know Claudette will barge in sword blazing, Marie will try to reason with the baddie, and Gaston will wish he were in the kitchen. There will be plenty of yuks along the wa...

    A glorious ending (???or will there be more???) to a fabulous series. Claudette for the win -- OVER monsters and FOR her friends and family. Great back matter that shows how the story was revised even after it was finished. ...

    This has been my favorite of the Claudette series! The role reversal was great, to see her get what she wanted, but it wasn't what she expected! The shout out to Columbus and Jeni's Splendid was an awesome Easter egg for those of us locals! ...

    Aw, I always forget how cute and awesome this series is. But then a new one comes out and I am delighted to be reminded. This is maybe the last one so I'll miss, but it's a great ending. And shout out to Jeni's Splendid! ...

    Some how I wasn't enjoying this as much as the other two. Probably just didn't feel as refreshing and was starting to get a bit tired. But then I really like how it concluded so 3.5 stars. I also feel that this one may actually have a more memorable story. See? Already coming back arou...

    Funny, exciting and well-drawn. Great for kids and adults. Claudette is the bull in the china shop, and her brother Gaston and best friend Marie bail her out as necessary, with wits and diplomacy. A really fun series. ...

  • Katie
    Jun 04, 2018

    My favorite yet in this series! And if the ?The End? at the end means the series is over, I am sad, but it was a perfect end. If not, I can?t wait for more adventures. ...

    I mean, this series is so cute. It's silly and bold, with fantastic cartoony art, and is sure to find a receptive and happy audience among young readers. Great for read alongs with even younger readers! ...

    Claudette continues to yearn for adventure. After her previous battles with giants and dragons, she is more determined than ever to win fame and glory with her courage. The Marquis who rules Mont Petit Pierre does not approve of Claudette's behavior or her influence on his own daughter...

    This was such a fun read! I love that the characters have deepened and grown over the trilogy, even while maintaining their personalities. A true hero's arc for Claudette in Monsters Beware! ...

    Claudette marches to her own music, which is not something that is appreciated by everyone in her village. When her town hosts the Warrior Games, she's primed to use all her sword-fighting skills to bring to bear in winning the prize and lead her team to victory. But once her brother G...

    This was the final book in the Chronicles of Claudette series. This was a wonderful conclusion to this series. I love how fun this series is and really enjoyed it a lot. The illustration is very cartoony, bright, and colorful. It fits the tone of the story nicely and is easy to fo...

    Love these characters! ...

    A fun conclusion to a sweet series. My 8 year old and 6 year old loved the series ...

    3.5 Fun with a monstrous twist! Claudette ("the cloddish") was extra annoying in this vol. Just listen to Marie and Gaston!! But the giggles were still there (Marie: "But, father, Claudette is the only child in our town whose misguided thirst for honor and glory is as great as ...

    If this is the end, it?s a great one. If it?s not, it?s still a great story. ...

    While the emphasis on fighting monsters vs ?real work? was a bit heavy handed, I did enjoy the final chariot scene where Claudette shines. The plot twists were lovely as well as the trio all using their strengths to come together and save the day. I hope the series does continue, p...

    Aguirre, Jorge Monsters Beware! (Giants Beware, #3), illustrated by Rafael Rosado, 170 pages. GRAPHIC NOVEL. First Second (Macmillan), 2018. $15. Content: Language: G; Mature Content: G; Violence: G. Claudette wants to be chosen for the Warrior Games to represent her village becaus...

    I was SO excited to see that a third Claudette book had slipped pass my radar and was available in the library catalog. ...But, IMHO, it was a little lack-luster for me. Something about the art didn't hold it's usual charm and felt rushed to me? Ironic, given that it's been awhile ...

    My 8yo and 10yo have been suckers for these for years. As a parent reader the shine is wearing off a little - you know Claudette will barge in sword blazing, Marie will try to reason with the baddie, and Gaston will wish he were in the kitchen. There will be plenty of yuks along the wa...

  • J
    Apr 15, 2018

    My favorite yet in this series! And if the ?The End? at the end means the series is over, I am sad, but it was a perfect end. If not, I can?t wait for more adventures. ...

    I mean, this series is so cute. It's silly and bold, with fantastic cartoony art, and is sure to find a receptive and happy audience among young readers. Great for read alongs with even younger readers! ...

    Claudette continues to yearn for adventure. After her previous battles with giants and dragons, she is more determined than ever to win fame and glory with her courage. The Marquis who rules Mont Petit Pierre does not approve of Claudette's behavior or her influence on his own daughter...

    This was such a fun read! I love that the characters have deepened and grown over the trilogy, even while maintaining their personalities. A true hero's arc for Claudette in Monsters Beware! ...

    Claudette marches to her own music, which is not something that is appreciated by everyone in her village. When her town hosts the Warrior Games, she's primed to use all her sword-fighting skills to bring to bear in winning the prize and lead her team to victory. But once her brother G...

    This was the final book in the Chronicles of Claudette series. This was a wonderful conclusion to this series. I love how fun this series is and really enjoyed it a lot. The illustration is very cartoony, bright, and colorful. It fits the tone of the story nicely and is easy to fo...

    Love these characters! ...

    A fun conclusion to a sweet series. My 8 year old and 6 year old loved the series ...

    3.5 Fun with a monstrous twist! Claudette ("the cloddish") was extra annoying in this vol. Just listen to Marie and Gaston!! But the giggles were still there (Marie: "But, father, Claudette is the only child in our town whose misguided thirst for honor and glory is as great as ...

    If this is the end, it?s a great one. If it?s not, it?s still a great story. ...

    While the emphasis on fighting monsters vs ?real work? was a bit heavy handed, I did enjoy the final chariot scene where Claudette shines. The plot twists were lovely as well as the trio all using their strengths to come together and save the day. I hope the series does continue, p...

    Aguirre, Jorge Monsters Beware! (Giants Beware, #3), illustrated by Rafael Rosado, 170 pages. GRAPHIC NOVEL. First Second (Macmillan), 2018. $15. Content: Language: G; Mature Content: G; Violence: G. Claudette wants to be chosen for the Warrior Games to represent her village becaus...

    I was SO excited to see that a third Claudette book had slipped pass my radar and was available in the library catalog. ...But, IMHO, it was a little lack-luster for me. Something about the art didn't hold it's usual charm and felt rushed to me? Ironic, given that it's been awhile ...

    My 8yo and 10yo have been suckers for these for years. As a parent reader the shine is wearing off a little - you know Claudette will barge in sword blazing, Marie will try to reason with the baddie, and Gaston will wish he were in the kitchen. There will be plenty of yuks along the wa...

    A glorious ending (???or will there be more???) to a fabulous series. Claudette for the win -- OVER monsters and FOR her friends and family. Great back matter that shows how the story was revised even after it was finished. ...

    This has been my favorite of the Claudette series! The role reversal was great, to see her get what she wanted, but it wasn't what she expected! The shout out to Columbus and Jeni's Splendid was an awesome Easter egg for those of us locals! ...

    Aw, I always forget how cute and awesome this series is. But then a new one comes out and I am delighted to be reminded. This is maybe the last one so I'll miss, but it's a great ending. And shout out to Jeni's Splendid! ...

    Some how I wasn't enjoying this as much as the other two. Probably just didn't feel as refreshing and was starting to get a bit tired. But then I really like how it concluded so 3.5 stars. I also feel that this one may actually have a more memorable story. See? Already coming back arou...

  • Misty
    Apr 23, 2018

    My favorite yet in this series! And if the ?The End? at the end means the series is over, I am sad, but it was a perfect end. If not, I can?t wait for more adventures. ...

    I mean, this series is so cute. It's silly and bold, with fantastic cartoony art, and is sure to find a receptive and happy audience among young readers. Great for read alongs with even younger readers! ...

  • Barbara
    Apr 06, 2018

    My favorite yet in this series! And if the ?The End? at the end means the series is over, I am sad, but it was a perfect end. If not, I can?t wait for more adventures. ...

    I mean, this series is so cute. It's silly and bold, with fantastic cartoony art, and is sure to find a receptive and happy audience among young readers. Great for read alongs with even younger readers! ...

    Claudette continues to yearn for adventure. After her previous battles with giants and dragons, she is more determined than ever to win fame and glory with her courage. The Marquis who rules Mont Petit Pierre does not approve of Claudette's behavior or her influence on his own daughter...

    This was such a fun read! I love that the characters have deepened and grown over the trilogy, even while maintaining their personalities. A true hero's arc for Claudette in Monsters Beware! ...

    Claudette marches to her own music, which is not something that is appreciated by everyone in her village. When her town hosts the Warrior Games, she's primed to use all her sword-fighting skills to bring to bear in winning the prize and lead her team to victory. But once her brother G...

  • Kellee
    Mar 18, 2018

    My favorite yet in this series! And if the ?The End? at the end means the series is over, I am sad, but it was a perfect end. If not, I can?t wait for more adventures. ...

  • Amy
    Aug 10, 2018

    My favorite yet in this series! And if the ?The End? at the end means the series is over, I am sad, but it was a perfect end. If not, I can?t wait for more adventures. ...

    I mean, this series is so cute. It's silly and bold, with fantastic cartoony art, and is sure to find a receptive and happy audience among young readers. Great for read alongs with even younger readers! ...

    Claudette continues to yearn for adventure. After her previous battles with giants and dragons, she is more determined than ever to win fame and glory with her courage. The Marquis who rules Mont Petit Pierre does not approve of Claudette's behavior or her influence on his own daughter...

    This was such a fun read! I love that the characters have deepened and grown over the trilogy, even while maintaining their personalities. A true hero's arc for Claudette in Monsters Beware! ...

    Claudette marches to her own music, which is not something that is appreciated by everyone in her village. When her town hosts the Warrior Games, she's primed to use all her sword-fighting skills to bring to bear in winning the prize and lead her team to victory. But once her brother G...

    This was the final book in the Chronicles of Claudette series. This was a wonderful conclusion to this series. I love how fun this series is and really enjoyed it a lot. The illustration is very cartoony, bright, and colorful. It fits the tone of the story nicely and is easy to fo...

    Love these characters! ...

    A fun conclusion to a sweet series. My 8 year old and 6 year old loved the series ...

    3.5 Fun with a monstrous twist! Claudette ("the cloddish") was extra annoying in this vol. Just listen to Marie and Gaston!! But the giggles were still there (Marie: "But, father, Claudette is the only child in our town whose misguided thirst for honor and glory is as great as ...

    If this is the end, it?s a great one. If it?s not, it?s still a great story. ...

    While the emphasis on fighting monsters vs ?real work? was a bit heavy handed, I did enjoy the final chariot scene where Claudette shines. The plot twists were lovely as well as the trio all using their strengths to come together and save the day. I hope the series does continue, p...

    Aguirre, Jorge Monsters Beware! (Giants Beware, #3), illustrated by Rafael Rosado, 170 pages. GRAPHIC NOVEL. First Second (Macmillan), 2018. $15. Content: Language: G; Mature Content: G; Violence: G. Claudette wants to be chosen for the Warrior Games to represent her village becaus...

    I was SO excited to see that a third Claudette book had slipped pass my radar and was available in the library catalog. ...But, IMHO, it was a little lack-luster for me. Something about the art didn't hold it's usual charm and felt rushed to me? Ironic, given that it's been awhile ...

    My 8yo and 10yo have been suckers for these for years. As a parent reader the shine is wearing off a little - you know Claudette will barge in sword blazing, Marie will try to reason with the baddie, and Gaston will wish he were in the kitchen. There will be plenty of yuks along the wa...

    A glorious ending (???or will there be more???) to a fabulous series. Claudette for the win -- OVER monsters and FOR her friends and family. Great back matter that shows how the story was revised even after it was finished. ...

    This has been my favorite of the Claudette series! The role reversal was great, to see her get what she wanted, but it wasn't what she expected! The shout out to Columbus and Jeni's Splendid was an awesome Easter egg for those of us locals! ...

    Aw, I always forget how cute and awesome this series is. But then a new one comes out and I am delighted to be reminded. This is maybe the last one so I'll miss, but it's a great ending. And shout out to Jeni's Splendid! ...

    Some how I wasn't enjoying this as much as the other two. Probably just didn't feel as refreshing and was starting to get a bit tired. But then I really like how it concluded so 3.5 stars. I also feel that this one may actually have a more memorable story. See? Already coming back arou...

    Funny, exciting and well-drawn. Great for kids and adults. Claudette is the bull in the china shop, and her brother Gaston and best friend Marie bail her out as necessary, with wits and diplomacy. A really fun series. ...

    Gahhhhh, this was adorable and a truly sweet way to end a junior graphic novel! Claudette was probably at her most annoying in this one but that's half of her charm. You'll find yourself sticking around for all of the other cast members so full of heart!! ...

    Even though the story-line is geared for younger audiences and too young for MS/HS. I still found the story to be cute and entertaining. I really enjoyed Claudette's adventures and her determination to win. I can see this graphic novel series being a hit in any elementary library. ...

    The final Claudette book is wonderful! ...

    My 7yo like it. The artwork is good, the story is really meh. ...

    So funny. https://geekdad.com/2018/06/stack-ove... ...

    My favorite Claudette adventure of the three! ...

    Another amazing book (and sadly, the last I think) in this graphic novel series. ...

    I love this series! I hope this isn't the end of Claudette! ...

    Another stellar entry in this series. So much fun! ...

  • Justyn Rampa
    Jul 06, 2018

    My favorite yet in this series! And if the ?The End? at the end means the series is over, I am sad, but it was a perfect end. If not, I can?t wait for more adventures. ...

    I mean, this series is so cute. It's silly and bold, with fantastic cartoony art, and is sure to find a receptive and happy audience among young readers. Great for read alongs with even younger readers! ...

    Claudette continues to yearn for adventure. After her previous battles with giants and dragons, she is more determined than ever to win fame and glory with her courage. The Marquis who rules Mont Petit Pierre does not approve of Claudette's behavior or her influence on his own daughter...

    This was such a fun read! I love that the characters have deepened and grown over the trilogy, even while maintaining their personalities. A true hero's arc for Claudette in Monsters Beware! ...

    Claudette marches to her own music, which is not something that is appreciated by everyone in her village. When her town hosts the Warrior Games, she's primed to use all her sword-fighting skills to bring to bear in winning the prize and lead her team to victory. But once her brother G...

    This was the final book in the Chronicles of Claudette series. This was a wonderful conclusion to this series. I love how fun this series is and really enjoyed it a lot. The illustration is very cartoony, bright, and colorful. It fits the tone of the story nicely and is easy to fo...

    Love these characters! ...

    A fun conclusion to a sweet series. My 8 year old and 6 year old loved the series ...

    3.5 Fun with a monstrous twist! Claudette ("the cloddish") was extra annoying in this vol. Just listen to Marie and Gaston!! But the giggles were still there (Marie: "But, father, Claudette is the only child in our town whose misguided thirst for honor and glory is as great as ...

    If this is the end, it?s a great one. If it?s not, it?s still a great story. ...

    While the emphasis on fighting monsters vs ?real work? was a bit heavy handed, I did enjoy the final chariot scene where Claudette shines. The plot twists were lovely as well as the trio all using their strengths to come together and save the day. I hope the series does continue, p...

    Aguirre, Jorge Monsters Beware! (Giants Beware, #3), illustrated by Rafael Rosado, 170 pages. GRAPHIC NOVEL. First Second (Macmillan), 2018. $15. Content: Language: G; Mature Content: G; Violence: G. Claudette wants to be chosen for the Warrior Games to represent her village becaus...

    I was SO excited to see that a third Claudette book had slipped pass my radar and was available in the library catalog. ...But, IMHO, it was a little lack-luster for me. Something about the art didn't hold it's usual charm and felt rushed to me? Ironic, given that it's been awhile ...

    My 8yo and 10yo have been suckers for these for years. As a parent reader the shine is wearing off a little - you know Claudette will barge in sword blazing, Marie will try to reason with the baddie, and Gaston will wish he were in the kitchen. There will be plenty of yuks along the wa...

    A glorious ending (???or will there be more???) to a fabulous series. Claudette for the win -- OVER monsters and FOR her friends and family. Great back matter that shows how the story was revised even after it was finished. ...

    This has been my favorite of the Claudette series! The role reversal was great, to see her get what she wanted, but it wasn't what she expected! The shout out to Columbus and Jeni's Splendid was an awesome Easter egg for those of us locals! ...

    Aw, I always forget how cute and awesome this series is. But then a new one comes out and I am delighted to be reminded. This is maybe the last one so I'll miss, but it's a great ending. And shout out to Jeni's Splendid! ...

    Some how I wasn't enjoying this as much as the other two. Probably just didn't feel as refreshing and was starting to get a bit tired. But then I really like how it concluded so 3.5 stars. I also feel that this one may actually have a more memorable story. See? Already coming back arou...

    Funny, exciting and well-drawn. Great for kids and adults. Claudette is the bull in the china shop, and her brother Gaston and best friend Marie bail her out as necessary, with wits and diplomacy. A really fun series. ...

    Gahhhhh, this was adorable and a truly sweet way to end a junior graphic novel! Claudette was probably at her most annoying in this one but that's half of her charm. You'll find yourself sticking around for all of the other cast members so full of heart!! ...

    Even though the story-line is geared for younger audiences and too young for MS/HS. I still found the story to be cute and entertaining. I really enjoyed Claudette's adventures and her determination to win. I can see this graphic novel series being a hit in any elementary library. ...

    The final Claudette book is wonderful! ...

  • Suzanne
    Feb 27, 2018

    My favorite yet in this series! And if the ?The End? at the end means the series is over, I am sad, but it was a perfect end. If not, I can?t wait for more adventures. ...

    I mean, this series is so cute. It's silly and bold, with fantastic cartoony art, and is sure to find a receptive and happy audience among young readers. Great for read alongs with even younger readers! ...

    Claudette continues to yearn for adventure. After her previous battles with giants and dragons, she is more determined than ever to win fame and glory with her courage. The Marquis who rules Mont Petit Pierre does not approve of Claudette's behavior or her influence on his own daughter...

  • Franki Sibberson
    Jul 24, 2018

    My favorite yet in this series! And if the ?The End? at the end means the series is over, I am sad, but it was a perfect end. If not, I can?t wait for more adventures. ...

    I mean, this series is so cute. It's silly and bold, with fantastic cartoony art, and is sure to find a receptive and happy audience among young readers. Great for read alongs with even younger readers! ...

    Claudette continues to yearn for adventure. After her previous battles with giants and dragons, she is more determined than ever to win fame and glory with her courage. The Marquis who rules Mont Petit Pierre does not approve of Claudette's behavior or her influence on his own daughter...

    This was such a fun read! I love that the characters have deepened and grown over the trilogy, even while maintaining their personalities. A true hero's arc for Claudette in Monsters Beware! ...

    Claudette marches to her own music, which is not something that is appreciated by everyone in her village. When her town hosts the Warrior Games, she's primed to use all her sword-fighting skills to bring to bear in winning the prize and lead her team to victory. But once her brother G...

    This was the final book in the Chronicles of Claudette series. This was a wonderful conclusion to this series. I love how fun this series is and really enjoyed it a lot. The illustration is very cartoony, bright, and colorful. It fits the tone of the story nicely and is easy to fo...

    Love these characters! ...

  • Emily Ross
    Aug 06, 2018

    My favorite yet in this series! And if the ?The End? at the end means the series is over, I am sad, but it was a perfect end. If not, I can?t wait for more adventures. ...

    I mean, this series is so cute. It's silly and bold, with fantastic cartoony art, and is sure to find a receptive and happy audience among young readers. Great for read alongs with even younger readers! ...

    Claudette continues to yearn for adventure. After her previous battles with giants and dragons, she is more determined than ever to win fame and glory with her courage. The Marquis who rules Mont Petit Pierre does not approve of Claudette's behavior or her influence on his own daughter...

    This was such a fun read! I love that the characters have deepened and grown over the trilogy, even while maintaining their personalities. A true hero's arc for Claudette in Monsters Beware! ...

    Claudette marches to her own music, which is not something that is appreciated by everyone in her village. When her town hosts the Warrior Games, she's primed to use all her sword-fighting skills to bring to bear in winning the prize and lead her team to victory. But once her brother G...

    This was the final book in the Chronicles of Claudette series. This was a wonderful conclusion to this series. I love how fun this series is and really enjoyed it a lot. The illustration is very cartoony, bright, and colorful. It fits the tone of the story nicely and is easy to fo...

    Love these characters! ...

    A fun conclusion to a sweet series. My 8 year old and 6 year old loved the series ...

    3.5 Fun with a monstrous twist! Claudette ("the cloddish") was extra annoying in this vol. Just listen to Marie and Gaston!! But the giggles were still there (Marie: "But, father, Claudette is the only child in our town whose misguided thirst for honor and glory is as great as ...

    If this is the end, it?s a great one. If it?s not, it?s still a great story. ...

    While the emphasis on fighting monsters vs ?real work? was a bit heavy handed, I did enjoy the final chariot scene where Claudette shines. The plot twists were lovely as well as the trio all using their strengths to come together and save the day. I hope the series does continue, p...

    Aguirre, Jorge Monsters Beware! (Giants Beware, #3), illustrated by Rafael Rosado, 170 pages. GRAPHIC NOVEL. First Second (Macmillan), 2018. $15. Content: Language: G; Mature Content: G; Violence: G. Claudette wants to be chosen for the Warrior Games to represent her village becaus...

    I was SO excited to see that a third Claudette book had slipped pass my radar and was available in the library catalog. ...But, IMHO, it was a little lack-luster for me. Something about the art didn't hold it's usual charm and felt rushed to me? Ironic, given that it's been awhile ...

    My 8yo and 10yo have been suckers for these for years. As a parent reader the shine is wearing off a little - you know Claudette will barge in sword blazing, Marie will try to reason with the baddie, and Gaston will wish he were in the kitchen. There will be plenty of yuks along the wa...

    A glorious ending (???or will there be more???) to a fabulous series. Claudette for the win -- OVER monsters and FOR her friends and family. Great back matter that shows how the story was revised even after it was finished. ...

    This has been my favorite of the Claudette series! The role reversal was great, to see her get what she wanted, but it wasn't what she expected! The shout out to Columbus and Jeni's Splendid was an awesome Easter egg for those of us locals! ...

  • Karissa
    Apr 11, 2018

    My favorite yet in this series! And if the ?The End? at the end means the series is over, I am sad, but it was a perfect end. If not, I can?t wait for more adventures. ...

    I mean, this series is so cute. It's silly and bold, with fantastic cartoony art, and is sure to find a receptive and happy audience among young readers. Great for read alongs with even younger readers! ...

    Claudette continues to yearn for adventure. After her previous battles with giants and dragons, she is more determined than ever to win fame and glory with her courage. The Marquis who rules Mont Petit Pierre does not approve of Claudette's behavior or her influence on his own daughter...

    This was such a fun read! I love that the characters have deepened and grown over the trilogy, even while maintaining their personalities. A true hero's arc for Claudette in Monsters Beware! ...

    Claudette marches to her own music, which is not something that is appreciated by everyone in her village. When her town hosts the Warrior Games, she's primed to use all her sword-fighting skills to bring to bear in winning the prize and lead her team to victory. But once her brother G...

    This was the final book in the Chronicles of Claudette series. This was a wonderful conclusion to this series. I love how fun this series is and really enjoyed it a lot. The illustration is very cartoony, bright, and colorful. It fits the tone of the story nicely and is easy to fo...

  • Addie
    Apr 16, 2018

    My favorite yet in this series! And if the ?The End? at the end means the series is over, I am sad, but it was a perfect end. If not, I can?t wait for more adventures. ...

    I mean, this series is so cute. It's silly and bold, with fantastic cartoony art, and is sure to find a receptive and happy audience among young readers. Great for read alongs with even younger readers! ...

    Claudette continues to yearn for adventure. After her previous battles with giants and dragons, she is more determined than ever to win fame and glory with her courage. The Marquis who rules Mont Petit Pierre does not approve of Claudette's behavior or her influence on his own daughter...

    This was such a fun read! I love that the characters have deepened and grown over the trilogy, even while maintaining their personalities. A true hero's arc for Claudette in Monsters Beware! ...

    Claudette marches to her own music, which is not something that is appreciated by everyone in her village. When her town hosts the Warrior Games, she's primed to use all her sword-fighting skills to bring to bear in winning the prize and lead her team to victory. But once her brother G...

    This was the final book in the Chronicles of Claudette series. This was a wonderful conclusion to this series. I love how fun this series is and really enjoyed it a lot. The illustration is very cartoony, bright, and colorful. It fits the tone of the story nicely and is easy to fo...

    Love these characters! ...

    A fun conclusion to a sweet series. My 8 year old and 6 year old loved the series ...

  • Erika
    Jul 31, 2018

    My favorite yet in this series! And if the ?The End? at the end means the series is over, I am sad, but it was a perfect end. If not, I can?t wait for more adventures. ...

    I mean, this series is so cute. It's silly and bold, with fantastic cartoony art, and is sure to find a receptive and happy audience among young readers. Great for read alongs with even younger readers! ...

    Claudette continues to yearn for adventure. After her previous battles with giants and dragons, she is more determined than ever to win fame and glory with her courage. The Marquis who rules Mont Petit Pierre does not approve of Claudette's behavior or her influence on his own daughter...

    This was such a fun read! I love that the characters have deepened and grown over the trilogy, even while maintaining their personalities. A true hero's arc for Claudette in Monsters Beware! ...

    Claudette marches to her own music, which is not something that is appreciated by everyone in her village. When her town hosts the Warrior Games, she's primed to use all her sword-fighting skills to bring to bear in winning the prize and lead her team to victory. But once her brother G...

    This was the final book in the Chronicles of Claudette series. This was a wonderful conclusion to this series. I love how fun this series is and really enjoyed it a lot. The illustration is very cartoony, bright, and colorful. It fits the tone of the story nicely and is easy to fo...

    Love these characters! ...

    A fun conclusion to a sweet series. My 8 year old and 6 year old loved the series ...

    3.5 Fun with a monstrous twist! Claudette ("the cloddish") was extra annoying in this vol. Just listen to Marie and Gaston!! But the giggles were still there (Marie: "But, father, Claudette is the only child in our town whose misguided thirst for honor and glory is as great as ...

    If this is the end, it?s a great one. If it?s not, it?s still a great story. ...

    While the emphasis on fighting monsters vs ?real work? was a bit heavy handed, I did enjoy the final chariot scene where Claudette shines. The plot twists were lovely as well as the trio all using their strengths to come together and save the day. I hope the series does continue, p...

    Aguirre, Jorge Monsters Beware! (Giants Beware, #3), illustrated by Rafael Rosado, 170 pages. GRAPHIC NOVEL. First Second (Macmillan), 2018. $15. Content: Language: G; Mature Content: G; Violence: G. Claudette wants to be chosen for the Warrior Games to represent her village becaus...

    I was SO excited to see that a third Claudette book had slipped pass my radar and was available in the library catalog. ...But, IMHO, it was a little lack-luster for me. Something about the art didn't hold it's usual charm and felt rushed to me? Ironic, given that it's been awhile ...

    My 8yo and 10yo have been suckers for these for years. As a parent reader the shine is wearing off a little - you know Claudette will barge in sword blazing, Marie will try to reason with the baddie, and Gaston will wish he were in the kitchen. There will be plenty of yuks along the wa...

    A glorious ending (???or will there be more???) to a fabulous series. Claudette for the win -- OVER monsters and FOR her friends and family. Great back matter that shows how the story was revised even after it was finished. ...

    This has been my favorite of the Claudette series! The role reversal was great, to see her get what she wanted, but it wasn't what she expected! The shout out to Columbus and Jeni's Splendid was an awesome Easter egg for those of us locals! ...

    Aw, I always forget how cute and awesome this series is. But then a new one comes out and I am delighted to be reminded. This is maybe the last one so I'll miss, but it's a great ending. And shout out to Jeni's Splendid! ...

    Some how I wasn't enjoying this as much as the other two. Probably just didn't feel as refreshing and was starting to get a bit tired. But then I really like how it concluded so 3.5 stars. I also feel that this one may actually have a more memorable story. See? Already coming back arou...

    Funny, exciting and well-drawn. Great for kids and adults. Claudette is the bull in the china shop, and her brother Gaston and best friend Marie bail her out as necessary, with wits and diplomacy. A really fun series. ...

    Gahhhhh, this was adorable and a truly sweet way to end a junior graphic novel! Claudette was probably at her most annoying in this one but that's half of her charm. You'll find yourself sticking around for all of the other cast members so full of heart!! ...

  • Kay
    Jun 10, 2018

    My favorite yet in this series! And if the ?The End? at the end means the series is over, I am sad, but it was a perfect end. If not, I can?t wait for more adventures. ...

    I mean, this series is so cute. It's silly and bold, with fantastic cartoony art, and is sure to find a receptive and happy audience among young readers. Great for read alongs with even younger readers! ...

    Claudette continues to yearn for adventure. After her previous battles with giants and dragons, she is more determined than ever to win fame and glory with her courage. The Marquis who rules Mont Petit Pierre does not approve of Claudette's behavior or her influence on his own daughter...

    This was such a fun read! I love that the characters have deepened and grown over the trilogy, even while maintaining their personalities. A true hero's arc for Claudette in Monsters Beware! ...

    Claudette marches to her own music, which is not something that is appreciated by everyone in her village. When her town hosts the Warrior Games, she's primed to use all her sword-fighting skills to bring to bear in winning the prize and lead her team to victory. But once her brother G...

    This was the final book in the Chronicles of Claudette series. This was a wonderful conclusion to this series. I love how fun this series is and really enjoyed it a lot. The illustration is very cartoony, bright, and colorful. It fits the tone of the story nicely and is easy to fo...

    Love these characters! ...

    A fun conclusion to a sweet series. My 8 year old and 6 year old loved the series ...

    3.5 Fun with a monstrous twist! Claudette ("the cloddish") was extra annoying in this vol. Just listen to Marie and Gaston!! But the giggles were still there (Marie: "But, father, Claudette is the only child in our town whose misguided thirst for honor and glory is as great as ...

  • Rebecca Angel Maxwell
    Jun 24, 2018

    My favorite yet in this series! And if the ?The End? at the end means the series is over, I am sad, but it was a perfect end. If not, I can?t wait for more adventures. ...

    I mean, this series is so cute. It's silly and bold, with fantastic cartoony art, and is sure to find a receptive and happy audience among young readers. Great for read alongs with even younger readers! ...

    Claudette continues to yearn for adventure. After her previous battles with giants and dragons, she is more determined than ever to win fame and glory with her courage. The Marquis who rules Mont Petit Pierre does not approve of Claudette's behavior or her influence on his own daughter...

    This was such a fun read! I love that the characters have deepened and grown over the trilogy, even while maintaining their personalities. A true hero's arc for Claudette in Monsters Beware! ...

    Claudette marches to her own music, which is not something that is appreciated by everyone in her village. When her town hosts the Warrior Games, she's primed to use all her sword-fighting skills to bring to bear in winning the prize and lead her team to victory. But once her brother G...

    This was the final book in the Chronicles of Claudette series. This was a wonderful conclusion to this series. I love how fun this series is and really enjoyed it a lot. The illustration is very cartoony, bright, and colorful. It fits the tone of the story nicely and is easy to fo...

    Love these characters! ...

    A fun conclusion to a sweet series. My 8 year old and 6 year old loved the series ...

    3.5 Fun with a monstrous twist! Claudette ("the cloddish") was extra annoying in this vol. Just listen to Marie and Gaston!! But the giggles were still there (Marie: "But, father, Claudette is the only child in our town whose misguided thirst for honor and glory is as great as ...

    If this is the end, it?s a great one. If it?s not, it?s still a great story. ...

    While the emphasis on fighting monsters vs ?real work? was a bit heavy handed, I did enjoy the final chariot scene where Claudette shines. The plot twists were lovely as well as the trio all using their strengths to come together and save the day. I hope the series does continue, p...

    Aguirre, Jorge Monsters Beware! (Giants Beware, #3), illustrated by Rafael Rosado, 170 pages. GRAPHIC NOVEL. First Second (Macmillan), 2018. $15. Content: Language: G; Mature Content: G; Violence: G. Claudette wants to be chosen for the Warrior Games to represent her village becaus...

    I was SO excited to see that a third Claudette book had slipped pass my radar and was available in the library catalog. ...But, IMHO, it was a little lack-luster for me. Something about the art didn't hold it's usual charm and felt rushed to me? Ironic, given that it's been awhile ...

    My 8yo and 10yo have been suckers for these for years. As a parent reader the shine is wearing off a little - you know Claudette will barge in sword blazing, Marie will try to reason with the baddie, and Gaston will wish he were in the kitchen. There will be plenty of yuks along the wa...

    A glorious ending (???or will there be more???) to a fabulous series. Claudette for the win -- OVER monsters and FOR her friends and family. Great back matter that shows how the story was revised even after it was finished. ...

    This has been my favorite of the Claudette series! The role reversal was great, to see her get what she wanted, but it wasn't what she expected! The shout out to Columbus and Jeni's Splendid was an awesome Easter egg for those of us locals! ...

    Aw, I always forget how cute and awesome this series is. But then a new one comes out and I am delighted to be reminded. This is maybe the last one so I'll miss, but it's a great ending. And shout out to Jeni's Splendid! ...

    Some how I wasn't enjoying this as much as the other two. Probably just didn't feel as refreshing and was starting to get a bit tired. But then I really like how it concluded so 3.5 stars. I also feel that this one may actually have a more memorable story. See? Already coming back arou...

    Funny, exciting and well-drawn. Great for kids and adults. Claudette is the bull in the china shop, and her brother Gaston and best friend Marie bail her out as necessary, with wits and diplomacy. A really fun series. ...

    Gahhhhh, this was adorable and a truly sweet way to end a junior graphic novel! Claudette was probably at her most annoying in this one but that's half of her charm. You'll find yourself sticking around for all of the other cast members so full of heart!! ...

    Even though the story-line is geared for younger audiences and too young for MS/HS. I still found the story to be cute and entertaining. I really enjoyed Claudette's adventures and her determination to win. I can see this graphic novel series being a hit in any elementary library. ...

    The final Claudette book is wonderful! ...

    My 7yo like it. The artwork is good, the story is really meh. ...

    So funny. https://geekdad.com/2018/06/stack-ove... ...

  • Samma
    Mar 28, 2018

    My favorite yet in this series! And if the ?The End? at the end means the series is over, I am sad, but it was a perfect end. If not, I can?t wait for more adventures. ...

    I mean, this series is so cute. It's silly and bold, with fantastic cartoony art, and is sure to find a receptive and happy audience among young readers. Great for read alongs with even younger readers! ...

    Claudette continues to yearn for adventure. After her previous battles with giants and dragons, she is more determined than ever to win fame and glory with her courage. The Marquis who rules Mont Petit Pierre does not approve of Claudette's behavior or her influence on his own daughter...

    This was such a fun read! I love that the characters have deepened and grown over the trilogy, even while maintaining their personalities. A true hero's arc for Claudette in Monsters Beware! ...

    Claudette marches to her own music, which is not something that is appreciated by everyone in her village. When her town hosts the Warrior Games, she's primed to use all her sword-fighting skills to bring to bear in winning the prize and lead her team to victory. But once her brother G...

    This was the final book in the Chronicles of Claudette series. This was a wonderful conclusion to this series. I love how fun this series is and really enjoyed it a lot. The illustration is very cartoony, bright, and colorful. It fits the tone of the story nicely and is easy to fo...

    Love these characters! ...

    A fun conclusion to a sweet series. My 8 year old and 6 year old loved the series ...

    3.5 Fun with a monstrous twist! Claudette ("the cloddish") was extra annoying in this vol. Just listen to Marie and Gaston!! But the giggles were still there (Marie: "But, father, Claudette is the only child in our town whose misguided thirst for honor and glory is as great as ...

    If this is the end, it?s a great one. If it?s not, it?s still a great story. ...

    While the emphasis on fighting monsters vs ?real work? was a bit heavy handed, I did enjoy the final chariot scene where Claudette shines. The plot twists were lovely as well as the trio all using their strengths to come together and save the day. I hope the series does continue, p...

    Aguirre, Jorge Monsters Beware! (Giants Beware, #3), illustrated by Rafael Rosado, 170 pages. GRAPHIC NOVEL. First Second (Macmillan), 2018. $15. Content: Language: G; Mature Content: G; Violence: G. Claudette wants to be chosen for the Warrior Games to represent her village becaus...

    I was SO excited to see that a third Claudette book had slipped pass my radar and was available in the library catalog. ...But, IMHO, it was a little lack-luster for me. Something about the art didn't hold it's usual charm and felt rushed to me? Ironic, given that it's been awhile ...

  • Jenna
    Apr 29, 2018

    My favorite yet in this series! And if the ?The End? at the end means the series is over, I am sad, but it was a perfect end. If not, I can?t wait for more adventures. ...

    I mean, this series is so cute. It's silly and bold, with fantastic cartoony art, and is sure to find a receptive and happy audience among young readers. Great for read alongs with even younger readers! ...

    Claudette continues to yearn for adventure. After her previous battles with giants and dragons, she is more determined than ever to win fame and glory with her courage. The Marquis who rules Mont Petit Pierre does not approve of Claudette's behavior or her influence on his own daughter...

    This was such a fun read! I love that the characters have deepened and grown over the trilogy, even while maintaining their personalities. A true hero's arc for Claudette in Monsters Beware! ...

    Claudette marches to her own music, which is not something that is appreciated by everyone in her village. When her town hosts the Warrior Games, she's primed to use all her sword-fighting skills to bring to bear in winning the prize and lead her team to victory. But once her brother G...

    This was the final book in the Chronicles of Claudette series. This was a wonderful conclusion to this series. I love how fun this series is and really enjoyed it a lot. The illustration is very cartoony, bright, and colorful. It fits the tone of the story nicely and is easy to fo...

    Love these characters! ...

    A fun conclusion to a sweet series. My 8 year old and 6 year old loved the series ...

    3.5 Fun with a monstrous twist! Claudette ("the cloddish") was extra annoying in this vol. Just listen to Marie and Gaston!! But the giggles were still there (Marie: "But, father, Claudette is the only child in our town whose misguided thirst for honor and glory is as great as ...

    If this is the end, it?s a great one. If it?s not, it?s still a great story. ...

    While the emphasis on fighting monsters vs ?real work? was a bit heavy handed, I did enjoy the final chariot scene where Claudette shines. The plot twists were lovely as well as the trio all using their strengths to come together and save the day. I hope the series does continue, p...

  • J
    Jul 04, 2018

    My favorite yet in this series! And if the ?The End? at the end means the series is over, I am sad, but it was a perfect end. If not, I can?t wait for more adventures. ...

    I mean, this series is so cute. It's silly and bold, with fantastic cartoony art, and is sure to find a receptive and happy audience among young readers. Great for read alongs with even younger readers! ...

    Claudette continues to yearn for adventure. After her previous battles with giants and dragons, she is more determined than ever to win fame and glory with her courage. The Marquis who rules Mont Petit Pierre does not approve of Claudette's behavior or her influence on his own daughter...

    This was such a fun read! I love that the characters have deepened and grown over the trilogy, even while maintaining their personalities. A true hero's arc for Claudette in Monsters Beware! ...

    Claudette marches to her own music, which is not something that is appreciated by everyone in her village. When her town hosts the Warrior Games, she's primed to use all her sword-fighting skills to bring to bear in winning the prize and lead her team to victory. But once her brother G...

    This was the final book in the Chronicles of Claudette series. This was a wonderful conclusion to this series. I love how fun this series is and really enjoyed it a lot. The illustration is very cartoony, bright, and colorful. It fits the tone of the story nicely and is easy to fo...

    Love these characters! ...

    A fun conclusion to a sweet series. My 8 year old and 6 year old loved the series ...

    3.5 Fun with a monstrous twist! Claudette ("the cloddish") was extra annoying in this vol. Just listen to Marie and Gaston!! But the giggles were still there (Marie: "But, father, Claudette is the only child in our town whose misguided thirst for honor and glory is as great as ...

    If this is the end, it?s a great one. If it?s not, it?s still a great story. ...

    While the emphasis on fighting monsters vs ?real work? was a bit heavy handed, I did enjoy the final chariot scene where Claudette shines. The plot twists were lovely as well as the trio all using their strengths to come together and save the day. I hope the series does continue, p...

    Aguirre, Jorge Monsters Beware! (Giants Beware, #3), illustrated by Rafael Rosado, 170 pages. GRAPHIC NOVEL. First Second (Macmillan), 2018. $15. Content: Language: G; Mature Content: G; Violence: G. Claudette wants to be chosen for the Warrior Games to represent her village becaus...

    I was SO excited to see that a third Claudette book had slipped pass my radar and was available in the library catalog. ...But, IMHO, it was a little lack-luster for me. Something about the art didn't hold it's usual charm and felt rushed to me? Ironic, given that it's been awhile ...

    My 8yo and 10yo have been suckers for these for years. As a parent reader the shine is wearing off a little - you know Claudette will barge in sword blazing, Marie will try to reason with the baddie, and Gaston will wish he were in the kitchen. There will be plenty of yuks along the wa...

    A glorious ending (???or will there be more???) to a fabulous series. Claudette for the win -- OVER monsters and FOR her friends and family. Great back matter that shows how the story was revised even after it was finished. ...

    This has been my favorite of the Claudette series! The role reversal was great, to see her get what she wanted, but it wasn't what she expected! The shout out to Columbus and Jeni's Splendid was an awesome Easter egg for those of us locals! ...

    Aw, I always forget how cute and awesome this series is. But then a new one comes out and I am delighted to be reminded. This is maybe the last one so I'll miss, but it's a great ending. And shout out to Jeni's Splendid! ...

    Some how I wasn't enjoying this as much as the other two. Probably just didn't feel as refreshing and was starting to get a bit tired. But then I really like how it concluded so 3.5 stars. I also feel that this one may actually have a more memorable story. See? Already coming back arou...

    Funny, exciting and well-drawn. Great for kids and adults. Claudette is the bull in the china shop, and her brother Gaston and best friend Marie bail her out as necessary, with wits and diplomacy. A really fun series. ...

    Gahhhhh, this was adorable and a truly sweet way to end a junior graphic novel! Claudette was probably at her most annoying in this one but that's half of her charm. You'll find yourself sticking around for all of the other cast members so full of heart!! ...

    Even though the story-line is geared for younger audiences and too young for MS/HS. I still found the story to be cute and entertaining. I really enjoyed Claudette's adventures and her determination to win. I can see this graphic novel series being a hit in any elementary library. ...

    The final Claudette book is wonderful! ...

    My 7yo like it. The artwork is good, the story is really meh. ...

  • Katy Wilmotte
    May 30, 2018

    My favorite yet in this series! And if the ?The End? at the end means the series is over, I am sad, but it was a perfect end. If not, I can?t wait for more adventures. ...

    I mean, this series is so cute. It's silly and bold, with fantastic cartoony art, and is sure to find a receptive and happy audience among young readers. Great for read alongs with even younger readers! ...

    Claudette continues to yearn for adventure. After her previous battles with giants and dragons, she is more determined than ever to win fame and glory with her courage. The Marquis who rules Mont Petit Pierre does not approve of Claudette's behavior or her influence on his own daughter...

    This was such a fun read! I love that the characters have deepened and grown over the trilogy, even while maintaining their personalities. A true hero's arc for Claudette in Monsters Beware! ...

    Claudette marches to her own music, which is not something that is appreciated by everyone in her village. When her town hosts the Warrior Games, she's primed to use all her sword-fighting skills to bring to bear in winning the prize and lead her team to victory. But once her brother G...

    This was the final book in the Chronicles of Claudette series. This was a wonderful conclusion to this series. I love how fun this series is and really enjoyed it a lot. The illustration is very cartoony, bright, and colorful. It fits the tone of the story nicely and is easy to fo...

    Love these characters! ...

    A fun conclusion to a sweet series. My 8 year old and 6 year old loved the series ...

    3.5 Fun with a monstrous twist! Claudette ("the cloddish") was extra annoying in this vol. Just listen to Marie and Gaston!! But the giggles were still there (Marie: "But, father, Claudette is the only child in our town whose misguided thirst for honor and glory is as great as ...

    If this is the end, it?s a great one. If it?s not, it?s still a great story. ...

    While the emphasis on fighting monsters vs ?real work? was a bit heavy handed, I did enjoy the final chariot scene where Claudette shines. The plot twists were lovely as well as the trio all using their strengths to come together and save the day. I hope the series does continue, p...

    Aguirre, Jorge Monsters Beware! (Giants Beware, #3), illustrated by Rafael Rosado, 170 pages. GRAPHIC NOVEL. First Second (Macmillan), 2018. $15. Content: Language: G; Mature Content: G; Violence: G. Claudette wants to be chosen for the Warrior Games to represent her village becaus...

    I was SO excited to see that a third Claudette book had slipped pass my radar and was available in the library catalog. ...But, IMHO, it was a little lack-luster for me. Something about the art didn't hold it's usual charm and felt rushed to me? Ironic, given that it's been awhile ...

    My 8yo and 10yo have been suckers for these for years. As a parent reader the shine is wearing off a little - you know Claudette will barge in sword blazing, Marie will try to reason with the baddie, and Gaston will wish he were in the kitchen. There will be plenty of yuks along the wa...

    A glorious ending (???or will there be more???) to a fabulous series. Claudette for the win -- OVER monsters and FOR her friends and family. Great back matter that shows how the story was revised even after it was finished. ...

    This has been my favorite of the Claudette series! The role reversal was great, to see her get what she wanted, but it wasn't what she expected! The shout out to Columbus and Jeni's Splendid was an awesome Easter egg for those of us locals! ...

    Aw, I always forget how cute and awesome this series is. But then a new one comes out and I am delighted to be reminded. This is maybe the last one so I'll miss, but it's a great ending. And shout out to Jeni's Splendid! ...

    Some how I wasn't enjoying this as much as the other two. Probably just didn't feel as refreshing and was starting to get a bit tired. But then I really like how it concluded so 3.5 stars. I also feel that this one may actually have a more memorable story. See? Already coming back arou...

    Funny, exciting and well-drawn. Great for kids and adults. Claudette is the bull in the china shop, and her brother Gaston and best friend Marie bail her out as necessary, with wits and diplomacy. A really fun series. ...

    Gahhhhh, this was adorable and a truly sweet way to end a junior graphic novel! Claudette was probably at her most annoying in this one but that's half of her charm. You'll find yourself sticking around for all of the other cast members so full of heart!! ...

    Even though the story-line is geared for younger audiences and too young for MS/HS. I still found the story to be cute and entertaining. I really enjoyed Claudette's adventures and her determination to win. I can see this graphic novel series being a hit in any elementary library. ...

    The final Claudette book is wonderful! ...

    My 7yo like it. The artwork is good, the story is really meh. ...

    So funny. https://geekdad.com/2018/06/stack-ove... ...

    My favorite Claudette adventure of the three! ...

  • Cindy Mitchell *Kiss the Book*
    May 12, 2018

    My favorite yet in this series! And if the ?The End? at the end means the series is over, I am sad, but it was a perfect end. If not, I can?t wait for more adventures. ...

    I mean, this series is so cute. It's silly and bold, with fantastic cartoony art, and is sure to find a receptive and happy audience among young readers. Great for read alongs with even younger readers! ...

    Claudette continues to yearn for adventure. After her previous battles with giants and dragons, she is more determined than ever to win fame and glory with her courage. The Marquis who rules Mont Petit Pierre does not approve of Claudette's behavior or her influence on his own daughter...

    This was such a fun read! I love that the characters have deepened and grown over the trilogy, even while maintaining their personalities. A true hero's arc for Claudette in Monsters Beware! ...

    Claudette marches to her own music, which is not something that is appreciated by everyone in her village. When her town hosts the Warrior Games, she's primed to use all her sword-fighting skills to bring to bear in winning the prize and lead her team to victory. But once her brother G...

    This was the final book in the Chronicles of Claudette series. This was a wonderful conclusion to this series. I love how fun this series is and really enjoyed it a lot. The illustration is very cartoony, bright, and colorful. It fits the tone of the story nicely and is easy to fo...

    Love these characters! ...

    A fun conclusion to a sweet series. My 8 year old and 6 year old loved the series ...

    3.5 Fun with a monstrous twist! Claudette ("the cloddish") was extra annoying in this vol. Just listen to Marie and Gaston!! But the giggles were still there (Marie: "But, father, Claudette is the only child in our town whose misguided thirst for honor and glory is as great as ...

    If this is the end, it?s a great one. If it?s not, it?s still a great story. ...

    While the emphasis on fighting monsters vs ?real work? was a bit heavy handed, I did enjoy the final chariot scene where Claudette shines. The plot twists were lovely as well as the trio all using their strengths to come together and save the day. I hope the series does continue, p...

    Aguirre, Jorge Monsters Beware! (Giants Beware, #3), illustrated by Rafael Rosado, 170 pages. GRAPHIC NOVEL. First Second (Macmillan), 2018. $15. Content: Language: G; Mature Content: G; Violence: G. Claudette wants to be chosen for the Warrior Games to represent her village becaus...

  • Lindsay Ross-Roberts
    Jul 15, 2018

    My favorite yet in this series! And if the ?The End? at the end means the series is over, I am sad, but it was a perfect end. If not, I can?t wait for more adventures. ...

    I mean, this series is so cute. It's silly and bold, with fantastic cartoony art, and is sure to find a receptive and happy audience among young readers. Great for read alongs with even younger readers! ...

    Claudette continues to yearn for adventure. After her previous battles with giants and dragons, she is more determined than ever to win fame and glory with her courage. The Marquis who rules Mont Petit Pierre does not approve of Claudette's behavior or her influence on his own daughter...

    This was such a fun read! I love that the characters have deepened and grown over the trilogy, even while maintaining their personalities. A true hero's arc for Claudette in Monsters Beware! ...

    Claudette marches to her own music, which is not something that is appreciated by everyone in her village. When her town hosts the Warrior Games, she's primed to use all her sword-fighting skills to bring to bear in winning the prize and lead her team to victory. But once her brother G...

    This was the final book in the Chronicles of Claudette series. This was a wonderful conclusion to this series. I love how fun this series is and really enjoyed it a lot. The illustration is very cartoony, bright, and colorful. It fits the tone of the story nicely and is easy to fo...

    Love these characters! ...

    A fun conclusion to a sweet series. My 8 year old and 6 year old loved the series ...

    3.5 Fun with a monstrous twist! Claudette ("the cloddish") was extra annoying in this vol. Just listen to Marie and Gaston!! But the giggles were still there (Marie: "But, father, Claudette is the only child in our town whose misguided thirst for honor and glory is as great as ...

    If this is the end, it?s a great one. If it?s not, it?s still a great story. ...

    While the emphasis on fighting monsters vs ?real work? was a bit heavy handed, I did enjoy the final chariot scene where Claudette shines. The plot twists were lovely as well as the trio all using their strengths to come together and save the day. I hope the series does continue, p...

    Aguirre, Jorge Monsters Beware! (Giants Beware, #3), illustrated by Rafael Rosado, 170 pages. GRAPHIC NOVEL. First Second (Macmillan), 2018. $15. Content: Language: G; Mature Content: G; Violence: G. Claudette wants to be chosen for the Warrior Games to represent her village becaus...

    I was SO excited to see that a third Claudette book had slipped pass my radar and was available in the library catalog. ...But, IMHO, it was a little lack-luster for me. Something about the art didn't hold it's usual charm and felt rushed to me? Ironic, given that it's been awhile ...

    My 8yo and 10yo have been suckers for these for years. As a parent reader the shine is wearing off a little - you know Claudette will barge in sword blazing, Marie will try to reason with the baddie, and Gaston will wish he were in the kitchen. There will be plenty of yuks along the wa...

    A glorious ending (???or will there be more???) to a fabulous series. Claudette for the win -- OVER monsters and FOR her friends and family. Great back matter that shows how the story was revised even after it was finished. ...

    This has been my favorite of the Claudette series! The role reversal was great, to see her get what she wanted, but it wasn't what she expected! The shout out to Columbus and Jeni's Splendid was an awesome Easter egg for those of us locals! ...

    Aw, I always forget how cute and awesome this series is. But then a new one comes out and I am delighted to be reminded. This is maybe the last one so I'll miss, but it's a great ending. And shout out to Jeni's Splendid! ...

    Some how I wasn't enjoying this as much as the other two. Probably just didn't feel as refreshing and was starting to get a bit tired. But then I really like how it concluded so 3.5 stars. I also feel that this one may actually have a more memorable story. See? Already coming back arou...

    Funny, exciting and well-drawn. Great for kids and adults. Claudette is the bull in the china shop, and her brother Gaston and best friend Marie bail her out as necessary, with wits and diplomacy. A really fun series. ...

    Gahhhhh, this was adorable and a truly sweet way to end a junior graphic novel! Claudette was probably at her most annoying in this one but that's half of her charm. You'll find yourself sticking around for all of the other cast members so full of heart!! ...

    Even though the story-line is geared for younger audiences and too young for MS/HS. I still found the story to be cute and entertaining. I really enjoyed Claudette's adventures and her determination to win. I can see this graphic novel series being a hit in any elementary library. ...

    The final Claudette book is wonderful! ...

    My 7yo like it. The artwork is good, the story is really meh. ...

    So funny. https://geekdad.com/2018/06/stack-ove... ...

    My favorite Claudette adventure of the three! ...

    Another amazing book (and sadly, the last I think) in this graphic novel series. ...

    I love this series! I hope this isn't the end of Claudette! ...

  • Kristin
    Feb 21, 2018

    My favorite yet in this series! And if the ?The End? at the end means the series is over, I am sad, but it was a perfect end. If not, I can?t wait for more adventures. ...

    I mean, this series is so cute. It's silly and bold, with fantastic cartoony art, and is sure to find a receptive and happy audience among young readers. Great for read alongs with even younger readers! ...

    Claudette continues to yearn for adventure. After her previous battles with giants and dragons, she is more determined than ever to win fame and glory with her courage. The Marquis who rules Mont Petit Pierre does not approve of Claudette's behavior or her influence on his own daughter...

    This was such a fun read! I love that the characters have deepened and grown over the trilogy, even while maintaining their personalities. A true hero's arc for Claudette in Monsters Beware! ...

  • Breakfast and Books
    May 09, 2018

    My favorite yet in this series! And if the ?The End? at the end means the series is over, I am sad, but it was a perfect end. If not, I can?t wait for more adventures. ...

    I mean, this series is so cute. It's silly and bold, with fantastic cartoony art, and is sure to find a receptive and happy audience among young readers. Great for read alongs with even younger readers! ...

    Claudette continues to yearn for adventure. After her previous battles with giants and dragons, she is more determined than ever to win fame and glory with her courage. The Marquis who rules Mont Petit Pierre does not approve of Claudette's behavior or her influence on his own daughter...

    This was such a fun read! I love that the characters have deepened and grown over the trilogy, even while maintaining their personalities. A true hero's arc for Claudette in Monsters Beware! ...

    Claudette marches to her own music, which is not something that is appreciated by everyone in her village. When her town hosts the Warrior Games, she's primed to use all her sword-fighting skills to bring to bear in winning the prize and lead her team to victory. But once her brother G...

    This was the final book in the Chronicles of Claudette series. This was a wonderful conclusion to this series. I love how fun this series is and really enjoyed it a lot. The illustration is very cartoony, bright, and colorful. It fits the tone of the story nicely and is easy to fo...

    Love these characters! ...

    A fun conclusion to a sweet series. My 8 year old and 6 year old loved the series ...

    3.5 Fun with a monstrous twist! Claudette ("the cloddish") was extra annoying in this vol. Just listen to Marie and Gaston!! But the giggles were still there (Marie: "But, father, Claudette is the only child in our town whose misguided thirst for honor and glory is as great as ...

    If this is the end, it?s a great one. If it?s not, it?s still a great story. ...

    While the emphasis on fighting monsters vs ?real work? was a bit heavy handed, I did enjoy the final chariot scene where Claudette shines. The plot twists were lovely as well as the trio all using their strengths to come together and save the day. I hope the series does continue, p...

    Aguirre, Jorge Monsters Beware! (Giants Beware, #3), illustrated by Rafael Rosado, 170 pages. GRAPHIC NOVEL. First Second (Macmillan), 2018. $15. Content: Language: G; Mature Content: G; Violence: G. Claudette wants to be chosen for the Warrior Games to represent her village becaus...

    I was SO excited to see that a third Claudette book had slipped pass my radar and was available in the library catalog. ...But, IMHO, it was a little lack-luster for me. Something about the art didn't hold it's usual charm and felt rushed to me? Ironic, given that it's been awhile ...

    My 8yo and 10yo have been suckers for these for years. As a parent reader the shine is wearing off a little - you know Claudette will barge in sword blazing, Marie will try to reason with the baddie, and Gaston will wish he were in the kitchen. There will be plenty of yuks along the wa...

    A glorious ending (???or will there be more???) to a fabulous series. Claudette for the win -- OVER monsters and FOR her friends and family. Great back matter that shows how the story was revised even after it was finished. ...

    This has been my favorite of the Claudette series! The role reversal was great, to see her get what she wanted, but it wasn't what she expected! The shout out to Columbus and Jeni's Splendid was an awesome Easter egg for those of us locals! ...

    Aw, I always forget how cute and awesome this series is. But then a new one comes out and I am delighted to be reminded. This is maybe the last one so I'll miss, but it's a great ending. And shout out to Jeni's Splendid! ...

    Some how I wasn't enjoying this as much as the other two. Probably just didn't feel as refreshing and was starting to get a bit tired. But then I really like how it concluded so 3.5 stars. I also feel that this one may actually have a more memorable story. See? Already coming back arou...

    Funny, exciting and well-drawn. Great for kids and adults. Claudette is the bull in the china shop, and her brother Gaston and best friend Marie bail her out as necessary, with wits and diplomacy. A really fun series. ...

    Gahhhhh, this was adorable and a truly sweet way to end a junior graphic novel! Claudette was probably at her most annoying in this one but that's half of her charm. You'll find yourself sticking around for all of the other cast members so full of heart!! ...

    Even though the story-line is geared for younger audiences and too young for MS/HS. I still found the story to be cute and entertaining. I really enjoyed Claudette's adventures and her determination to win. I can see this graphic novel series being a hit in any elementary library. ...

  • Favour Egbune
    Jul 30, 2018

    My favorite yet in this series! And if the ?The End? at the end means the series is over, I am sad, but it was a perfect end. If not, I can?t wait for more adventures. ...

    I mean, this series is so cute. It's silly and bold, with fantastic cartoony art, and is sure to find a receptive and happy audience among young readers. Great for read alongs with even younger readers! ...

    Claudette continues to yearn for adventure. After her previous battles with giants and dragons, she is more determined than ever to win fame and glory with her courage. The Marquis who rules Mont Petit Pierre does not approve of Claudette's behavior or her influence on his own daughter...

    This was such a fun read! I love that the characters have deepened and grown over the trilogy, even while maintaining their personalities. A true hero's arc for Claudette in Monsters Beware! ...

    Claudette marches to her own music, which is not something that is appreciated by everyone in her village. When her town hosts the Warrior Games, she's primed to use all her sword-fighting skills to bring to bear in winning the prize and lead her team to victory. But once her brother G...

    This was the final book in the Chronicles of Claudette series. This was a wonderful conclusion to this series. I love how fun this series is and really enjoyed it a lot. The illustration is very cartoony, bright, and colorful. It fits the tone of the story nicely and is easy to fo...

    Love these characters! ...

    A fun conclusion to a sweet series. My 8 year old and 6 year old loved the series ...

    3.5 Fun with a monstrous twist! Claudette ("the cloddish") was extra annoying in this vol. Just listen to Marie and Gaston!! But the giggles were still there (Marie: "But, father, Claudette is the only child in our town whose misguided thirst for honor and glory is as great as ...

    If this is the end, it?s a great one. If it?s not, it?s still a great story. ...

    While the emphasis on fighting monsters vs ?real work? was a bit heavy handed, I did enjoy the final chariot scene where Claudette shines. The plot twists were lovely as well as the trio all using their strengths to come together and save the day. I hope the series does continue, p...

    Aguirre, Jorge Monsters Beware! (Giants Beware, #3), illustrated by Rafael Rosado, 170 pages. GRAPHIC NOVEL. First Second (Macmillan), 2018. $15. Content: Language: G; Mature Content: G; Violence: G. Claudette wants to be chosen for the Warrior Games to represent her village becaus...

    I was SO excited to see that a third Claudette book had slipped pass my radar and was available in the library catalog. ...But, IMHO, it was a little lack-luster for me. Something about the art didn't hold it's usual charm and felt rushed to me? Ironic, given that it's been awhile ...

    My 8yo and 10yo have been suckers for these for years. As a parent reader the shine is wearing off a little - you know Claudette will barge in sword blazing, Marie will try to reason with the baddie, and Gaston will wish he were in the kitchen. There will be plenty of yuks along the wa...

    A glorious ending (???or will there be more???) to a fabulous series. Claudette for the win -- OVER monsters and FOR her friends and family. Great back matter that shows how the story was revised even after it was finished. ...

    This has been my favorite of the Claudette series! The role reversal was great, to see her get what she wanted, but it wasn't what she expected! The shout out to Columbus and Jeni's Splendid was an awesome Easter egg for those of us locals! ...

    Aw, I always forget how cute and awesome this series is. But then a new one comes out and I am delighted to be reminded. This is maybe the last one so I'll miss, but it's a great ending. And shout out to Jeni's Splendid! ...

    Some how I wasn't enjoying this as much as the other two. Probably just didn't feel as refreshing and was starting to get a bit tired. But then I really like how it concluded so 3.5 stars. I also feel that this one may actually have a more memorable story. See? Already coming back arou...

    Funny, exciting and well-drawn. Great for kids and adults. Claudette is the bull in the china shop, and her brother Gaston and best friend Marie bail her out as necessary, with wits and diplomacy. A really fun series. ...

    Gahhhhh, this was adorable and a truly sweet way to end a junior graphic novel! Claudette was probably at her most annoying in this one but that's half of her charm. You'll find yourself sticking around for all of the other cast members so full of heart!! ...

    Even though the story-line is geared for younger audiences and too young for MS/HS. I still found the story to be cute and entertaining. I really enjoyed Claudette's adventures and her determination to win. I can see this graphic novel series being a hit in any elementary library. ...

    The final Claudette book is wonderful! ...

    My 7yo like it. The artwork is good, the story is really meh. ...

    So funny. https://geekdad.com/2018/06/stack-ove... ...

    My favorite Claudette adventure of the three! ...

    Another amazing book (and sadly, the last I think) in this graphic novel series. ...