Frankenstein Makes a Sandwich
Being a monster isn't all frightening villagers and sucking blood. Monsters have their trials, too. Poor Frankenstein's cupboard is bare, Wolfman is in need of some household help, and it's best not to get started on Dracula’s hygiene issues. What could be scarier? Nineteen hilarious poems... show more
Being a monster isn't all frightening villagers and sucking blood. Monsters have their trials, too. Poor Frankenstein's cupboard is bare, Wolfman is in need of some household help, and it's best not to get started on Dracula’s hygiene issues. What could be scarier? Nineteen hilarious poems delve into the secret lives of the Creature from the Black Lagoon, Bigfoot, Godzilla, and others. In a range of styles that pay homage to everyone from Charles Schulz to John James Audubon, the monstrously talented Adam Rex uncovers horrific--and clever--truths you won't want to miss.
Publish date: September 1st 2006
Publisher: HMH Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 40
Edition language: English
, Middle Grade
, Picture Books
This picture book not only stories of Frankenstein, but many other monsters as well. And all the stories are pretty funny.I actually enjoyed this more than I thought I would. The stories would the Phantom of the Opera had me laughing. The pictures were just too funny not to laugh.I think this book w...
Genre: Horror / Comedy / Poetry / Monsters Year Published: 2006 Year Read: 2015 Publisher: Hancourt, Inc. Now, I have read many picture books that were not only funny for children, but also funny for adults and I have stumbled upon yet another picture book that was laugh out loud funny fo...
The illustrations in this book are priceless. I love anything scary and this book is perfect for that in-between stage for kids. I read some of the stories to a fourth grade class yesterday and they laughed but I thought a couple of them would be a bit too scary for them so I just showed them the ...
The poor Phantom of the Opera was my favorite, with "The Mummy won't go to his eternal rest without some milk and cookies" as a close second.
This is a book that seems like a traditional "children's book," but I don't really think this book was written for kids. Younger kids just wouldn't get the tongue-in-cheek humor that is present in this book, and so much would just fly right over their heads (I tried it on my 8 year old niece, and we...