Frankenfrog

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Hyperion Book CH, Aug 15, 1999 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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The famous scientist Dr. Franken has a big problem: the hideous Hyperfly!

Desperate to destroy the monster insect, Dr. Franken creates "Frankenfrog", a supercharged amphibian with fly-zapping powers. But Frankenfrog can't resist the call of the swamp and escapes, leaving Dr. Franken alone with the hungry Hyperfly. Will Dr. Franken's creation save him, or will the mad scientist wind up as a feast for a ferocious fly?

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User Review  - kidlit9 - LibraryThing

After accidentally creating a monster fly, a mad scientist is obliged to create an enormous frog to eliminate the pest. Read full review

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User Review  - Shawla - Goodreads

This book was fun to read to my son. It was colorful and always had his attention. We wore out the pages from reading it so much. Read full review

About the author (1999)

Kim Kennedy and her brother Doug Kennedy have collaborated oKim Kennedy and her brother Doug Kennedy have collaborated on several book projects. "Publishers Weekly" said they creatn several book projects. "Publishers Weekly" said they create fantasy situations that evoke 19th-century fairy stories .e fantasy situations that evoke 19th-century fairy stories . . . [The] paintings have the spirit of early animation with . . [The] paintings have the spirit of early animation with a touch of Oz. Both live in the bayou town of Monroe, Louis a touch of Oz. Both live in the bayou town of Monroe, Louisiana. iana.

DOUG KENNEDY is a designer and illustrator who has received numerous awards for his artwork. A Louisiana native, he holds a degree in graphic design from Louisiana Tech.

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