Bea is afraid to speak up in school until an unconventional creature comes to her aid. This fifth book borrows imagery from Tibetan art and from the New York streets to show kids that getting things done sometimes means channeling your own inner monster.
The creature Bea encounters bears a close resemblance to the wrathful dieties depicted in Tibetan art. In Tibet these dieties look evil but in fact they are good. They use their fierce nature to burn through to the truth.
The artwork in this book is by Paul.