Little Frankie Stein

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AuthorHouse, Jan 10, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 172 pages
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This is a hilarious kids story about a boy genius named Little Frankie
Stein. the story starts when Frankie
finds his late father's reanimation machine and decides to make it his next
science project. A week later, his
little sister's dog is killed in the streets, making family matters even more
complicated. Frankie and his best friend
Jessie decided to rescue the dead dog and make it the first subject in the
reanimation machine. Miraculously, the
machine works And The dog is brought back to life.
A week later, Frankie's sister Crickett finds out that Mrs. Dinglemeyer,
Frankie's evil teacher, Is trying to kick Frankie out of his accelerated
classes by springing a pop quiz on him.
Frankie, Jessie and Crickett plot to steal the
test over the weekend so Frankie can ace the test. During the break in at Dinglemeyer's
house, she catches them in the act and in a hand-to-hand struggle over the quiz, Dinglemeyer falls and hits
her head, killing her. Oops. Frankie feels he has no choice but to try to
reanimate her in his new "back to life" machine. Follow this back to life adventure and see
the consequences of the reanimation machine.

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