The Monster At The End App Reviews

By Sesame Street

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The Monster At The End app review

The Monster At The End App Info

  • 1180 Ratings
  • Price: $4.99
  • Category: Books
  • Updated: Dec 29 2018
  • Version: 5.1.8
  • Size: 206.65 MB
  • Seller: Sesame Street
  • © Sesame Street

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Customer Reviews of the The Monster At The End App

Good app because it’s free

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Lorraine Ella Martos's Review of The Monster At The End

Reviewed on 12/29/17 7:18 PM

Hey I had this app before and it helps you to be brave so please do download this game and it will really be a great app for your kids and friends.

Update issue

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WyattsMom13's Review of The Monster At The End

Reviewed on 12/16/18 1:02 PM

Both my kids love this app! They are 2 and 6. But I am having an issue with the update... As in it will not update. Not sure why. Other than that everything is great.

Love it.

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and_daily's Review of The Monster At The End

Reviewed on 12/16/18 1:02 PM

I loved this book as a kid and now my son gets an even better version of the book.

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TopsQueen's Review of The Monster At The End

Reviewed on 12/16/18 1:02 PM

This was my children's favorite book 30 years ago. Now I do daycare and the kids just love it. As does my granddaughter. It's a worthy purchase.

Awesome!!

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It's not supposed to have word's Review of The Monster At The End

Reviewed on 12/16/18 1:02 PM

OMG, I am in love with this! I loved the book when I was younger and it works beautifully as an interactive book. The creators did such a good job and my two year old laughs hysterically at every page. Definitely worth the price. Other ebook creators should study this book to see what a successful app should look like.

Awesome

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One lost guy's Review of The Monster At The End

Reviewed on 12/16/18 1:02 PM

My 3 year old loves this!!

Amazingly great!!!

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haydesigner's Review of The Monster At The End

Reviewed on 12/16/18 1:02 PM

A rare, rare instance of an app not only being better than the original book, but bringing it to a new level of excellence and interaction. (And as a young child many years ago, I *really* liked the book!) Honestly, this application is perhaps the pinnacle, a shining example of how to improve something by utilizing the basics of the iPad. It brings out a whole new dimension that the book hints at, but could obviously never achieve. Genuine kudos to the developers and Sesame Street for bringing such a great product and setting new standards for our children. My 2-year-old toddler loves this book app, and is easily the one he opens the most.

Wonderful!

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bajigirl14's Review of The Monster At The End

Reviewed on 12/16/18 1:02 PM

My 2 year old goes wild for this book/app!! He laughs so loud at Grover, and turns the pages and interacts all by himself. Love Love Love it!

Awesome! 👍👍

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Pookie1010's Review of The Monster At The End

Reviewed on 12/16/18 1:02 PM

This is a great story app! My daughter plays it and plays it and plays it! I got it for her while she was in preschool. She's now in first grade and still loves it. I loved the book when I was a kid and when I saw this, I HAD to have it. It is just as the book, but interactive. She still reads the book, but she pretends she's doing the interactive stuff too :)

Not 'hours' of interactive fun

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Author Sam Knight's Review of The Monster At The End

Reviewed on 12/16/18 1:02 PM

When I saw the last photo that says 'hours of interactive fun', I assumed this was like Captain Underpants, where they had added games and puzzles. They did not. The interactivity is limited and you will see all there is to see within a few minutes. I still love the book, but that was an advertising lie.