Frankenstein's Fright Before Christmas (Hardcover)

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Frankenstein's Fright Before Christmas (Hardcover)

By Nathan Hale (Illustrator), Rick Walton

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'Twas the night before Christmas and poor Miss Devel
Was hassled and harried and not feeling well...
Off in the distance she heard such a clatter
She sprang from her slab to see what was the matter.
Off down the stairs she flew like a flash,
Threw open the doors just in time for the...
CRASH!"

The little monsters, led once again by Frankenstein, have been busy getting ready for the arrival of Saint Nick, but in this creepy old castle nothing goes quite as expected...

Halloween and Christmas collide in Ludworst Bemonster's unique send-up of "Twas the Night Before Christmas." Little monsters everywhere will be screaming with laughter!

Nathan Hale is the author and illustrator of the picture book The Devil You Know, and the illustrator of The Dinosaur’s Night Before Christmas, Animal House, and Balloon on the Moon. He has also illustrated two graphic novels, Rapunzel’s Revenge and Calamity Jack by Shannon and Dean Hale.

RICK WALTON is the author of So Many Bunnies, One More Bunny and more than ninety other picture books both bunny-and non-bunny-related. He lives with his family in Utah.
Product Details ISBN: 9780312553678
ISBN-10: 0312553676
Publisher: Feiwel & Friends
Publication Date: October 14th, 2014
Pages: 32
Language: English

“This pint-sized Frankenstein's monster, last seen in the Madeline spoof Frankenstein: A Monstrous Parody, returns this time to riff on 'Twas the Night before Christmas.'” —The Horn Book

“Frankenstein and his little monster friend are taking on Christmas in this follow-up to the Madeline-inspired Frankenstein: A Monstrous Parody . . . illustrations in greens and red are a perfect match for this monstrously fun Christmas offering.” —School Library Journal

“A comic tale combining elements of the Frankenstein story, 'The Night Before Christmas' and the classic Madeline . . . Frightfully funny.” —Kirkus Reviews

“The book's wicked sense of humor will have mischievous readers cackling--Hale even manages to use the red-and-green Christmas palette to cadaverous effect.” —Publishers Weekly