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She named the second frog the Bride of Frogenstein and the third the Son of Frogenstein. She said it was in honor of two of her favorite movies. She still refused, however, to explain what movies were, and for brevity's sake the second ...

Author: C. Dean Andersson

Publisher: Crossroad Press


Category: Fiction


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I am Frankenstein. I awaken Nightmares. My truth is Terror made Flesh. Two hundred years ago, Mary Shelley told part of my story. Now hear the rest! I am the Creature of Frankenstein. The Horror of my story is more terrifying than his. I know how it feels to be stripped of flesh. So, I did to Frankenstein what he did to me, cursed him with Immortality! I am Katiasa. I traveled back in time to help Frankenstein create Life from Death. It was fun, mostly, until his Creature made me a monster, too. I am Tzigane. I am not a monster. I am a Witch, a Vampire, the Mate of Dracula. Frankenstein and his Creature? Katiasa? Three interesting monsters. I spent time with them. Why? Spend time with them yourself. Read their book! I am C. Dean Andersson. Warning: I AM FRANKENSTEIN’s editor wanted the book destroyed. Trouble is, Monsters don't stay dead. They come back. Sometimes, they even try to tell jokes. And now, I AM FRANKENSTEIN has returned. Take its hand. It has things to show you. Have a nice scream.
2018-07-16 By C. Dean Andersson

2/ 12/ 74: Frogenstein Meets Smackula. The night was dark and there was a moon, and someone saw something creeping out of the pond. It was Frogenstein. And he started singing, “There's a little pink frog playing in the water, ...

Author: Brian Sutton-Smith

Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

ISBN: 9780812207392

Category: Social Science

Page: 328

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What prompts children to tell stories? What does the word "story" mean to a child at two or five years of age? The Folkstories of Children, first published in 1981, features nearly five hundred stories that were volunteered by fifty children between the ages of two and ten and transcribed word for word. The stories are organized chronologically by the age of the teller, revealing the progression of verbal competence and the gradual emergence of staging and plot organization. Many stories told by two-year-olds, for example, have only beginnings with no middle or end; the "narrative" is held together by rhyme or alliteration. After the age of three or four, the same children tell stories that feature a central character and a narrative arc. The stories also exhibit each child's growing awareness and management of his or her environment and life concerns. Some children see their stories as dialogues between teller and audience, others as monologues expressing concerns about fate and the forces of good and evil. Brian Sutton-Smith discusses the possible origins of the stories themselves: folktales, parent and teacher reading, media, required writing of stories in school, dreams, and play. The notes to each chapter draw on this context as well as folktale analysis and child development theory to consider why and how the stories take their particular forms. The Folkstories of Children provides valuable evidence and insight into the ways children actively and inventively engage language as they grow.
2012-10-08 By Brian Sutton-Smith

www Frogenstein by Lisa Suhay Life is harsh , and as parents we seek to protect our children from sadness where we can . At least , that is what I told myself the morning I sat by the window blow - drying a frog back to life with my ...

Author: Laura M. Jones

Publisher: Family and Home Network

ISBN: 0963118838

Category: Family & Relationships


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2002 By Laura M. Jones

Ma Strami: Yes, “Frogzilla Meets Frogula”. Yesterday it was “Frogenstein Meets Frogula”, and I think tomorrow they'll be too frogged 53 God Is A Hoot!

Author: J.J. Lauria

Publisher: Author House

ISBN: 9781456727604

Category: Humor

Page: 197

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Who is this book for? Anyone with a sense of humor, Believer or not, and believe it or not! For maximizing enjoyment, a Bible is indispensable, being the well-spring of this book. The author has been a licensed preacher for over twenty years, and a Bible teacher for twice that long, has written several other books including six on poetry and two humor-fiction works. His already-documented goal is to write one hundred books or celebrate his one hundredth birthday, whichever comes last. He lives in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, which he claims is a unique home base fueling a self-confessed writing eccentricity, and providing an abundance of fine eateries, ensuring with a few bucks, hell never be in want for good food when the cupboard is bare. Here are titles, chronologically-ordered and published also by Authorhouse, of almost all his books: Deep Space Probe To Poetria Payload From Poetria Musings Of The Mad Poet From Poetria Poemes That Stirre The Soule & Moove The Bowelles Poems Are Eggs Laid By Authors Too Lazy To Write Novels And Too Chicken To Hatch Plots How! The States Really Got Their Names or Laurias Legendary Lowdown Poom! All About The Presidents -or- Foibles Ole Aesop Would Have Loved To Write
2011-06-09 By J.J. Lauria

Find out in Frogenstein! About the BUMP IN THE NIGHT Series What do you get when Frank the class frog meets disaster on a weekend stay with a science-savy student? Frogenstein of course!

Author: Caroline Watkins

Publisher: Persnickety Press

ISBN: 1943978514


Page: 36

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Lonely middle-schooler Angus Munch has one friend--a very old frog named Frank, the science classroom pet. When Angus takes Frank home for the weekend, disaster strikes, and Frank croaks! It will take all of Angus's science knowledge to bring his friend back to life--can he do it before school on Monday, or is Frank amphibian history? Find out in Frogenstein! From the duo that brought you Giracula comes this story of an unlikely (and undead) friendship, the second book in the Bump in the Night series.
2020-09-05 By Caroline Watkins

As it turned out , it was a good thing he was away at the fair showing his science project , “ Frogenstein : Bringing the Dead Back to Life . ” If he had been in town , he wouldn't have missed the field trip to the planetarium .

Author: Eric Elfman


ISBN: 0760703957

Category: Detective and mystery stories

Page: 183

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1996 By Eric Elfman

Joanne E. Bernstein, Paul Cohen. Frog Villains a 11 Who created the toad in the laboratory ? Who terrorized half of London ? Who was a dangerous frog outlaw of the Old West ? Dr. Frogenstein . Jack the Flipper . Billy the Tad .

Author: Joanne E. Bernstein

Publisher: Albert Whitman

ISBN: 0807583227

Category: Frogs

Page: 32

View: 130

A collection of frog riddles which provide answers to questions such as "What side dish does Frog usually enjoy?" and "What does Frog drink with his favorite foods?"

Author: Lois Winkel

Publisher: Newark, N.J. : Bro-Dart Foundation

ISBN: 0912654139

Category: Audio-visual materials

Page: 1104

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1982 By Lois Winkel

Some frog personalities include Annie Croakley , Hopalong Cassidy ( frogs ' favorite frontier cowboy ) , and Dr. Frogenstein . It's all amiable nonsense , with a tad more wit than usual . Good filler for your joke shelf .



ISBN: UOM:39015010965260

Category: American literature


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1982 By

Szilagyi ( Suttnerplatz 2 ) , Frogensteiner ( Kärtnerstrasse 4 ) , Henrik ( Graben 26 ) , and various others are passable , but Jovanovic ( Weihbruggasse 9 ) is so European in fashion - thinking that it didn't impress us much .



ISBN: STANFORD:36105013413096

Category: Africa


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1962 By