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Frank Was a Monster Who Wanted to Dance

Frank Was a Monster Who Wanted to Dance

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Frank Was a Monster Who Wanted to Dance

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3/5 (42 evaluări)
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23 pages
2 minutes
Lansat:
Oct 21, 2011
ISBN:
9781452104102
Format:
Carte

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Frank was a monster who wanted to dance. So he put on his hat, and his shoes made in France... and opened a jar and put ants in his pants! So begins this monstrously funny, deliciously disgusting, horrifyingly hilarious story of a monster who follows his dream. Keith Graves' wacky illustrations and laugh-out-loud text will tickle the funny bone and leave readers clamoring for an encore.
Lansat:
Oct 21, 2011
ISBN:
9781452104102
Format:
Carte

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  • (3/5)
    Frank the monster decides he to strut his stuff on stage but when he starts to dance, pieces of his body fall right off!This book came highly recommended from several sources, but I found it disappointing. Yeah, it's a little bit silly but it's also quite a bit gross (e.g., brains and eyeballs falling out and rolling about). If you're looking perhaps for a not too frightening but a still somewhat creepy book for Halloween, this could work. But personally, I was not thrilled with the slim and only mildly humorous plot.For the record, some (including me) may object to the use of the phrase "what the heck" in the book -- while it' s not really a terrible curse or anything, I'm not sure that many parents want their 5-year-old walking around repeating it.The illustrations are largely cartoonish and reminiscent of a more colorful Tim Burtonesque kind of grotesque.
  • (3/5)
    Pretty funny. I like the attention to detail: Frank's 'bunny' slippers were actually 'rat' slippers, and the cat was apparently created by the same mad scientist who created Frank. In with the humor was a message about doing what you brings you joy, whether others agree or not, even in the face of adversity. The more I think about, the more I like it. 3.5 stars.
  • (3/5)
    The story is amazing but I am afraid that the pictures might be too scary for story time....
  • (5/5)
    I love this book, I find it silly, Frank isn't too scary. All Frank wants to do is dance, he dances so hard is brain falls out, he loses and eyeball and an arm. I think very funny.
  • (4/5)
    A humorous tale about Frank, a Frankenstein-like monster who wants to dance. Frank is first shown watching 'Soul Train' at his house. He is a funny-looking green monster with large eyes (one large pupil, one small), a zippered head and a big blue bulbous nose. Frank decides he must dance and proceeds to “puts ants in his pants” literally, and then drives to the Royal Ballet Theatre. Frank begins his performance and everyone is amazed, but soon his enthusiasm leads to trouble. Frank comes apart at the seams in a very literal fashion; first he loses his brain on the floor, then his eye falls out and his arm comes off. The audience is horrified by this and leaves. Frank is still satisfied though that he showed everyone how well he could dance.This book definitely has a gross-out factor which may not appeal to everyone. Children with a taste for something different will love the ghoulish detailed pictures of Frank, with his rat slippers and car with eyeball headlights. The illustrations are lively and colourful showing Frank as a fun and non-threatening monster who kids will love. The memorable text in this book emphasizes all the key verbs with different colors, and some of the letters are illustrated with ants, worms and eyeballs. A great pick for Halloween reading, Frank’s eagerness to dance leads to hilarity and unexpected goofiness.
  • (5/5)
    One of my favorite "gross out" books--funny!