Frankenstein Takes the Cake

Frankenstein Takes the Cake

Book - 2008
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Frankenstein wants to marry his undead bride in peace, but his best man, Dracula, is freaking out about the garlic bread, and the Headless Horseman wishes everyone would stop drooling over his pumpkin head.
Publisher: Orlando [Fla.] : Harcourt, c2008.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780152062354
0152062351
Call Number: REX
Characteristics: 39 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 26 x 29 cm
Subjects: Children's poetry, American.
Monsters -- Juvenile poetry.

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ChristchurchLib Mar 24, 2014

"With his best man Dracula afraid of the garlic bread being served and Headless Horseman fearful that a guest will eat his pumpkin head for dessert, Frankenstein's wedding to his undead bride is turning into a drama bigger than the main event." http://www.libraryaware.com/996/NewsletterIssues/ViewIssue/5854f9d1-34be-4ff5-bb07-c4075ea68ebf?postId=13445935-fba2-4c01-827b-5c98f514ae95

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