Tashi and the Mixed-up Monster (Tashi #14) - Anna Fienberg, Barbara Fienberg

A chapbook. Illustrated by Kim Gamble.

The 14th book in the ever-popular Tashi series provides great motivational reading for beginners and ideal read-aloud material for teachers, parents, and librarians. Much-to-Learn has got it wrong again — he’s conjured up a hideous monster that’s bursting out of Wise-as-an-Owl’s garden workshop, threatening the whole village and heading straight for Tashi. But clever Tashi always finds a way, and when he is accused of killing the carp in Soh Meen's pond, he uses a truth potion to find the real culprit. Lively illustrations throughout enhance the reading experience of this animated and exciting tale of courage and honesty.

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Release date: 2007
Genres: fantasy, childrens
Updated: August 27, 2021

Tashi :: Series

Related series Tashi (omnibus editions)

There Once Was a Boy Called Tashi
Tashi (Tashi #1)
Tashi and the Giants (Tashi #2)
Tashi and the Ghosts (Tashi #3)
Tashi and the Genie (Tashi #4)
Tashi and the Baba Yaga (Tashi #5)
Tashi and the Demons (Tashi #6)
Tashi and the Big Stinker (Tashi #7)
Tashi and the Dancing Shoes (Tashi #8)
Tashi and the Haunted House (Tashi #9)
Tashi and the Royal Tomb (Tashi #10)
Tashi Lost in the City (Tashi #11)
Tashi and the Forbidden Room (Tashi #12)
Tashi and the Stolen Bus (Tashi #13)
Tashi and the Mixed-up Monster (Tashi #14)
Tashi and the Phoenix (Tashi #15)
Tashi and the Golem (Tashi #16)