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eBook Frankenstein Moved in on the Fourth Floor epub

by Elizabeth Levy

eBook Frankenstein Moved in on the Fourth Floor epub
  • ISBN: 0060238119
  • Author: Elizabeth Levy
  • Genre: Children
  • Subcategory: Science Fiction & Fantasy
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: HarperCollins (May 1, 1979)
  • ePUB size: 1531 kb
  • FB2 size 1568 kb
  • Formats lit rtf txt mobi


Meet the Author Elizabeth Levy loves to tell stories that combine serious issues with humor.

Meet the Author Elizabeth Levy loves to tell stories that combine serious issues with humor. She has proven it with her award-winning books for young readers, including My Life As A Fifth-Grade Comedian, Keep Ms. Sugarman In The Fourth Grade, and other best-selling books in the Sam and Robert series, including Frankenstein Moved In On The Fourth Floor and Dracula Is A Pain In The Neck. She lives in New York City.

Convinced that their grouchy and eccentric neighbor is really Frankenstein, two brothers with a penchant for sleuthing begin to investigate has been added to your Cart.

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Is Frankenstein living next door?The new neighbor is weird, Sam whispers to Robert. He could be the real Frankenstein.

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Frankenstein Moved in on the Fourth Floor is one of many adaptations of Mary Shelley’s world renowned. novel, Frankenstein; or, the Modern Prometheus. Written by Elizabeth Levy and illustrated by Mordicai Gerstein, this children’s book puts a new and interesting spin on Mary Shelley’s work.

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Convinced that their grouchy and eccentric neighbor is really Frankenstein, two brothers with a penchant for sleuthing begin to investigate
Comments: (5)
Arador
This book, Frankenstein Moved in on the Fourth Floor, is a great story. It teaches kids about imagination, fear, and facing it with dignity. My two grand-girls have read and re-read it several times now. Their mother mentioned this book and one other as being one of her favorites when growing up. She had read them at her school when we lived in England. I was so pleased to find both of them at Amazon and amazed at how many are available there! The books are used but in excellent shape. They will be kept in our library for the future great-grands.
Kriau
I enjoyed this story when I was young. Nice easy and quick read for elmentary school kids. Im glad I was able to find it again after several years.
Nalaylewe
I read this book as a youngster until it came apart. Levy connects with what makes her target reader ticks. Very imaginative and inspired. :)
Garr
I bought this to read to my 4 year old. Just as I remember it from grade school.
Alsalar
This was a favorite book of mine as a child because I *loved* the classic horror movies and I lived near NYC so this book spoke to me entirely. I recently found my old copy of this book and read through it. It's a very easy read and even though the target audience is children maybe just learning to read or children who are expanding their reading skills, it doesn't talk down to the audience or assume the audience isn't smart. The book is a lot of fun for a child to read on their own or if you're an adult reading the book to a child. The black and white illustrations are also very well done and help you imagine the action in your mind. Highly recommended.
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