Frank N Stein and the Great Green Garbage Monster by Ann Jungman
  

Frank N Stein and the Great Green Garbage Monster

Written by Ann Jungman

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A witty and topical story of an unusual monster who is just a bit different from most. When the huge rubbish monster that Frank N. Stein builds is hit by a bolt of lightening, it is suddenly and dramatically brought to life. And the first thing it wants is – FOOD! How Frank and the boys manage their garbage-eating monster is a hugely enjoyable read, which also, very topically, offers a solution to the rubbish problems of the world!

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Frank N Stein and the Great Green Garbage Monster by Ann Jungman

A very funny green book that raises pressing current issues about waste and recycling. When Frank's classmates notice that his name in the register reads Frank N. Stein they insist that he build a monster. The boys make a creature out of rubbish but then a flash of lightning brings the monster alive. However, when they discover that all the monster wants to do is eat rubbish, they quickly realise how useful the monster will be. But try telling that to parents and police, the army and the adult world in general! A very funny green book, that raises pressing current issues of about waste and recycling.

About the Author

Ann Jungman
Ann Jungman is the author of over a hundred books for children, specialising in mythical monsters being tamed by the modern world. Ann was born in London and still lives there, apart from two months a year spent in Australia.

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Format

Paperback

Author

Ann Jungman
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Author's Website

www.annjungman.co.uk/

Publisher

Barn Owl Books, London

Publication date

25th March 2008

ISBN

9781903015728

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