The monster garden

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Delacorte Press, Aug 1, 1988 - Juvenile Fiction - 134 pages
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Using a tissue sample she believes is from one of her father's experiments in genetic engineering, Frankie accidentally creates a baby monster, which begins to grow at an alarming rate.

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Frankie is my hero... so brave in the moments of truth. Read full review

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I read this a long time ago, so I don't remember it in clear detail, but I do remember loving it and being enchanted by the story and the monster. A shaping book from my childhood! Read full review


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Vivien Alcock (1924 - 2003) is the well-known author of many compelling mysteries and supernatural fantasies for children. Childhood is, she once wrote, "an exciting and dangerous time, and it fascinates me." Her books reflect that excitement, danger, and fascination.

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