Frankenstein's Cat by Curtis Jobling

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Be afraid.





Because Frankenstein's

cat is no ordinary cat:

Dr. Frankenstein names his new creation Nine -- not because cats have "nine lives," but because that's how many cats it takes to make him. However, Nine isn't terribly popular at the castle, and he's lonely. So the doctor creates a companion who turns out to be more than Frankenstein's cat bargained for.

Curtis Jobling has created a delightful feline hero in Frankenstein's cat. Readers will be laughing out loud at Nine's desire to be normal in a far from normal world.


About Curtis Jobling

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Curtis Jobling was raised in Warrington, England, where he grew up small and freckly. He is the designer of the hit TV show Bob the Builder. In addition, he has written, designed, and directed a series of animations for Nickelodeon. This is his second book for children.
Published August 16, 2001 by Hodder Children's Books. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Jobling, a designer of Nickelodeon's Bob the Builder animated series, drolly accounts for Dr. Frankenstein's first invention, a cat named Nine ("Not because cats have 'nine lives,' but because that's how many cats it took to make him").

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Frankenstein's Cat charts the hilariously sad life story of the title cat, a forgotten pre-Monster experiment of the demonic Doc Frank.

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