Frankenfrog by Kim Kennedy

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After accidentally creating a monster fly, a mad scientist is obliged to create an enormous frog to eliminate the pest.
 

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Kim Kennedy and her brother Doug Kennedy have collaborated oKim Kennedy and her brother Doug Kennedy have collaborated on several book projects. "Publishers Weekly" said they creatn several book projects. "Publishers Weekly" said they create fantasy situations that evoke 19th-century fairy stories .e fantasy situations that evoke 19th-century fairy stories . . . [The] paintings have the spirit of early animation with . . [The] paintings have the spirit of early animation with a touch of Oz. Both live in the bayou town of Monroe, Louis a touch of Oz. Both live in the bayou town of Monroe, Louisiana. iana. Kennedy studied graphic design at Louisiana Tech University, then co-founded the design from Mojoware with his twin brother, John.
 
Published February 27, 2012 by Hyperion. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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This mock-horror story begins in the lab, where Dr. Franken is whipping up a ""hyper-sizing tonic, which worked wonders on lollipops."" The tonic has other effects, too: It turns an ordinary insect into ""a hideous hyperfly--a droolish, ghoulish creature"" that quickly starts ""multiflying"" into...

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