This is a laugh-out-loud funny and devilish send-up of Ludwig Bemelmans's Madeline for little monsters everywhere. Frankenstein is the scariest of all the monsters in Miss Devel's castle. He can frighten anything―animals, parents, even rocks. Until one night, Miss Devel wakes up and runs downstairs to find that Frankenstein has lost his head!Frankenstein by Rick Walton and illustrated by Nathan Hale is a delightful twist on a classic story that parents and kids can both enjoy together. This is the perfect funny picture book read for Halloween or the fall season.Praise for Frankenstein:“Anyone who loves Ludwig Bemelmans's classic will be howling at the moon over this witty mash-up. It's the latest in a growing crypt of hilariously wicked kids books that includes Michael Rex's Goodnight Goon and Judy Sierra's The House That Drac Built. . . . Striking [the] devilish balance between the original and the transformed version is what makes this book--and all good parodies--so enchanting.” -The Washington Post“In this parody, Walton and Hale twist and retell Bemelman's classic story Madeline by using Frankenstein as their main character. The illustration on the book's cover may look oddly familiar to Madeline and readers may notice the word play with the author's name, Ludworst B...
Frankenstein Teaches Yoga is a fun and educational way for children to alleviate many common stressors parents may not be aware of. Because children encounter emotional, social, and physical challenges or conflicts, a dedicated and intentional yoga practice can be incredibly valuable for them. Yoga is beneficial to kids in many ways such as: Increase their confidence and positive self-image. Learn how to use their bodies in a healthy way. Manage stress through breathing, awareness, meditation and healthy movement. Build concentration. Feel part of a healthy, non-competitive group.
To the ghost, Madeline said "Pooh-pooh." Madeline and her favorite companion in mischief, Pepito, embark on their wildest adventure yet. When ghostly moans lead them to the attic of the old house in Paris, they discover Felix de La Morte, who has lingered there for hundreds of years, waiting for the return of a certain comet. With the comet due to return the very next day, the poor fellow’s telescope has been stolen by mean Lord Cucuface, and it is up to Madeline and Pepito to get it back. A nighttime trip across Paris, a midnight apparition, and all is happily resolved in time for the three new friends to view the comet on a starry night.
A sweet, rhyming, bunny-led introduction to ABCs and 123s!Little ones can count along with Mother Rabbit through her rambling house and garden as she tucks in a whole alphabet of baby bunnies, from Abel through Zed. This cozy bedtime book has the comforting familiarity of a lullaby combined with the basic concepts toddlers enjoy exploring.Rick Walton and Paige Miglio’s sweet tale has charmed readers throughout the years. This board book edition is perfect for small hands.
A collection of more than three hundred recipes that are more nutritious, less expensive, and better tasting than commercially prepared mixes will please those who want to increase nutrition and eliminate sugar and preservatives
Being a monster isn't all frightening villagers and sucking blood. Monsters have their trials, too. Poor Frankenstein's cupboard is bare, Wolfman is in need of some household help, and it's best not to get started on Dracula’s hygiene issues. What could be scarier? Nineteen hilarious poems delve into the secret lives of the Creature from the Black Lagoon, Bigfoot, Godzilla, and others. In a range of styles that pay homage to everyone from Charles Schulz to John James Audubon, the monstrously talented Adam Rex uncovers horrific--and clever--truths you won't want to miss.
Sometimes the past is better off buried…Enter the twisted world of Madeleine Roux’s New York Times bestselling Asylum series with this bone-chilling box set containing the first three novels. In Asylum, sixteen-year-old Dan discovers that his summer-program dorm used to be a psychiatric hospital—and that it's filled with secrets linking Dan and his new friends to the asylum's dark past. In Sanctum, when Dan, Abby, and Jordan receive anonymous photos of an old carnival inviting them back to the asylum, they return to end the nightmare once and for all.In Catacomb, the three friends embark on a senior road trip to New Orleans, but with a mysterious group known as the Bone Artists on their trail, they will be lucky to make it out of the trip alive…Featuring found photographs from real asylums and filled with chilling mystery and page-turning suspense, the Asylum series treads the line between past and present, genius and insanity.Don't miss Madeleine Roux's all-new gothic horror novel, House of Furies.
In this monstrously funny picture book, an inquisitive young girl with some pressing questions proves these creatures may not be so scary after all.Tucked up in her bed, a little girl wonders about the creatures rumored to go bump in the night. But instead of pulling the covers over her head, she comes up with a list of important questions, like:Does Frankenstein get hungry?Does Dracula floss his fangs?Does the boogeyman have boogers?Does the thing that lives beneath my bed get lonely under there?With each inquiry, the little girl's confidence grows--proving monsters are no match for her imagination! From debut talent John Solimine, this laugh-out-loud picture book has all the silly and gentle reassurance kids need for a good night's sleep.