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review 2016-11-08 00:06
Crankenstein - Dan Santat,Samantha Berger

Crankenstein is a book about a little boy that becomes so cranky that he turns into a monster called Crankenstein. This would be a great book to talk to any grade about emotions. We all have our own monster moments and laughter is the quickest way to tame it. An activity that could be used along with this book is a chance for students to write about a time that they became a Crankenstein. It's also a great transition into talking about ways that we can deal with our anger without lashing out at others. 

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review 2016-02-08 00:00
A Crankenstein Valentine
A Crankenstein Valentine - Samantha Berger,Dan Santat A+ read-aloud, can't wait to share it with my kids again
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review 2014-02-17 18:09
Crankenstein
Crankenstein - Dan Santat,Samantha Berger

Berger wrote a clever text that we all were amused by. But Santat's contribution is what really makes this. From his note on the copyright page about how he made the art all the way through to the dust jacket flaps: the art puts this over the top.

 

Outstanding in the picture books field.

 

Library copy.

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review 2013-09-04 00:00
Crankenstein - Dan Santat,Samantha Berger It was definitely the illustrations that pushed this story through to 4 stars. That----and I thought the cover was a girl with lipstick and not a melting ice cream cone at first. :]
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review 2012-11-05 00:00
Crankenstein
Crankenstein - Dan Santat,Samantha Berger LOVE LOVE LOVE the illustrations, but the story could have been better. Especially the ending. It didn't work for me.
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