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Frankenstein Doesn't Plant Petunias

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Dr. Victor's assistant at the science museum may — or may not — be Frankenstein's monster in this funny and spooky series from Graphix Chapters.

Get drawn into reading with Graphix Chapters!

Graphix Chapters are ideal books for beginning and newly independent readers aged 6 - 8. With approachable page counts, easy-to-follow paneling, and artwork that supports text comprehension, these engaging stories with unforgettable characters help children become lifelong readers.

The Bailey School Kids take a field trip to a science museum, where they meet Dr. Victor and his hulking assistant, Frank. Secrets lurk behind every door in the spooky old museum. What's Dr. Victor doing in his hidden lab? And could Frank be Frankenstein's monster — even though he loves to plant flowers?


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Publisher: Scholastic Inc.

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9781338736649
  • Release date: August 2, 2022

Formats

OverDrive Read

Languages

English

Levels

ATOS Level:2.6
Lexile® Measure:570
Interest Level:K-3(LG)
Text Difficulty:0-2

Dr. Victor's assistant at the science museum may — or may not — be Frankenstein's monster in this funny and spooky series from Graphix Chapters.

Get drawn into reading with Graphix Chapters!

Graphix Chapters are ideal books for beginning and newly independent readers aged 6 - 8. With approachable page counts, easy-to-follow paneling, and artwork that supports text comprehension, these engaging stories with unforgettable characters help children become lifelong readers.

The Bailey School Kids take a field trip to a science museum, where they meet Dr. Victor and his hulking assistant, Frank. Secrets lurk behind every door in the spooky old museum. What's Dr. Victor doing in his hidden lab? And could Frank be Frankenstein's monster — even though he loves to plant flowers?


Expand title description text