Steampunk: Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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Running Press, May 8, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 384 pages
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Everyone is familiar with Mary Shelley's classic novel, but no one has read it like this! Frankenstein is the long celebrated gothic tale of a science experiment gone awry. But in this brand-new edition, Shelley's haunting horror story is transformed with the addition of steampunk-inspired art.

With elaborate full-color illustrations throughout, this is a truly unique interpretation of Frankenstein. It's a fresh look at a classic story, spiked with gadgets, fashion, and steam-powered machinery inspired by the hottest trend in science-fiction. Releasing just in time for summer reading, teens will enjoy this classic novel with an awesome steampunk twist!

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About the author (2012)

Zdenko Basic is the illustrator of many books for children including Seven Sorcerers, The Dream Dealer, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, and the first book in our Steampunk series, Steampunk: Poe. He is the director of the critically acclaimed short film Guliver and was the recipient of the 2008 Grigor Vitez award for Best Illustration in Children's Books. Basic also received the 2009 Croation Association of Artists of Applied Arts award for Best Young Artist.

Manuel Sumberac has often worked in conjunction with Zdenko Basic to create works of art, including the short film Guliver and as co-illustrator for the first book in our Steampunk series, Steampunk: Poe. He recently served as the sole director and producer of the short film Escargot.

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