Here Be Monsters – Jay Hulme and Sahar Haghgoo

A sea-born creature, who never quite belongs, discovers who she really is, in this powerful illustrated song about metamorphosis and finding your true home.

Writer Jay Hulme's 'little epic poem' is a tender and uplifting parable about the transgender experience, with breathtaking illustrations by Iranian-British illustrator Sahar Haghgoo.

FREE with your purchase!*

Your order will come with an exclusive First Edition bookplate signed by the author and illustrator.

*while stocks last

For young readers age 5 and up.

Here Be Monsters was edited by Alice Curry at Lantana and art directed by Andrew Biscomb at Scholastic.

Limited, clothbound hardback edition

Here Be Monsters is part of the 10 Stories to Make a Difference collection: ten original illustrated stories for young readers, all inspired by the theme of Difference. The collection features a mix of well-known and emerging writers and illustrators, giving a platform to untold stories and diverse new voices. Proceeds from sales supports Pop Up’s work in deprived schools, marginalised communities, and with talented aspiring and emerging writers and illustrators.

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A sea-born creature, who never quite belongs, discovers who she really is, in this powerful illustrated song about metamorphosis and finding your true home.

Writer Jay Hulme's 'little epic poem' is a tender and uplifting parable about the transgender experience, with breathtaking illustrations by Iranian-British illustrator Sahar Haghgoo.

FREE with your purchase!*

Your order will come with an exclusive First Edition bookplate signed by the author and illustrator.

*while stocks last

For young readers age 5 and up.

Here Be Monsters was edited by Alice Curry at Lantana and art directed by Andrew Biscomb at Scholastic.

Limited, clothbound hardback edition

Here Be Monsters is part of the 10 Stories to Make a Difference collection: ten original illustrated stories for young readers, all inspired by the theme of Difference. The collection features a mix of well-known and emerging writers and illustrators, giving a platform to untold stories and diverse new voices. Proceeds from sales supports Pop Up’s work in deprived schools, marginalised communities, and with talented aspiring and emerging writers and illustrators.