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Wee Beasties are the younger, friendlier, and more adorable versions of classic RPG monsters, such as the owlbear, ettin, and dragon.

Written in rhyme and accompanied by vibrant, whimsical illustrations, the Wee Beasties series of books introduce children to these creatures in a fun and relatable way.

The illustrations also include gaming and gaming-culture related Easter eggs that are fun for all ages. For example, each illustrated page of Wee Beasties: Bedtime has at least one d20 die to be found.


Have you found all of the Wee Beasties: Bedtime Easter Eggs?

Meet the Wee Beasties!


6 thoughts on “Wee Beasties

  1. Thomas says:

    I now have some thing to look forward to getting for me and my little niece. Yeah I might be close to 40 but their sooo cute. Have thought about changing a few things on the manticore to make it in to a griffon? Some schools may buy them for a fund raiser if that’s their mascot.

    • Whimsy says:

      Hi Thomas!

      I have to admit that I love plushies and I am in the same age bracket as you! I’ve definitely considered a griff! We don’t have that character in our Wee Beasties series – YET. But I think a griffon plush definitely needs to happen!

  2. Amanda says:

    I absolutely love my order. When I saw the wee manticore I was ecstatic and the bed time story is just perfect. Can’t wait to present it to my DM at his baby shower…and then eventually getting one of the plushies for myself :).

    • Whimsy says:

      I am so happy that you love it! Please let me know how the DM likes the Wee Beasties: Bedtime! Thank you so much!

  3. Ashley says:

    Are there any more Wee Beastie books coming out? My 1 1/2 year old has me read him “Wee Beasties Bedtime” almost every night if not at least once a day. He loves Grubbins too but not as much as Wee Beasties.

    • Andi says:

      Hi Ashley!

      Yes, we just completed a successful Kickstarter for Wee Beasties: Pretend Time. Our Illustrator, Heather R Hitchman is currently working on the images for the book. It should be available Summer 2019. 🙂

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