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Reviewed by Astrid Iustulin for Readers' Favorite
Will monsters and humans be able to live together peacefully? This is the problem that a group of five young humans and five monsters will have to solve during the school year that is about to begin. After President Matt establishes that monsters have the same rights as humans, the creatures can access the same schools as boys and girls, but coexistence immediately proves difficult. Apart from Sonia, who wishes to have a monster friend, and Osa, who immediately befriends her, the others are hostile and frown upon the two who have become so close. How will it end? Gauri Jain and Mohit Jain will tell you about it in the fun and instructive book Monsters Everywhere.
Those who have always looked at monsters with distrust and fear will have to change their minds after reading Monsters Everywhere. Gauri Jain and Mohit Jain have told a beautiful story of inclusion that will entertain young readers and make them think. The two young authors demonstrated how wrong it is to exclude someone just because they do not look like us. This message is all the more significant because the authors represented the different ones as monsters, scary creatures par excellence. The events are told from both points of view, of humans and monsters, thus helping us understand that they have the same fears and are not so different after all. I believe there is a lot to learn from this book. It is suitable for children and adults because it expresses timeless concepts.