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Making friends with Frankenstein : a book of monstrous poems and pictures
1st U.S. ed.
Publication Information:
Cambridge, Mass. : Candlewick Press, ©1994.
Physical Description:
90 pages : color illustrations ; 27 cm
General Note:
"First published in Great Britain in 1993"--Preliminary page.

Includes index.
Abominable verse -- Alien visitor -- Ancient Egyptian joke -- Another poem to send to your worst enemy -- Assault and flattery -- Bully boy McCoy -- Cockroach sandwich -- Cousin Neville -- Crocodile with toothache -- Cyclops can never be friends with another -- Dead ringer -- Doom merchant -- Down in the jungle -- Eye-dle boast -- Farewell to Dracula -- Forth worst pome wot I ever ritted -- Frankenstein's monster is finally dead! -- Fruit bats in the attic! -- Georgie Porgie -- Ghosts and spirits -- Giant pig -- Heartless -- If a bird sings in a bird cage -- If I had a monster -- I love you 'cause -- I'm talking big! -- It was a day like any other in Fishtown -- I've lost my head! -- Jekyll and Hyde Park -- Lady in love -- Making friends with Frankenstein -- Monkey nuts -- My little brother is really weird! -- Ode to the invisible man -- Ogre my dead body! (the ogre's song) -- Ooze zombie from the slime pits of grunge! -- Park is dark -- Pound of gummy babies -- Professor Blinker -- Scaremonger -- Shady character -- Shark in the shower -- Sophie Charlotte Wyatt-Wyatt -- Squelch! -- Taking after grandmother -- Teacher's pet -- That's impossible, miss! -- There's a monster in the nursery -- There was an old woman -- Transylvania dreaming -- Ugly customer -- We're having a monster party! -- When a dinosaur dad comes home from work -- Wild Bill Hickok bird -- Yah, boo, hiss! -- You must be jealous of me.
Presents a collection of silly, scary, and disgusting poems about monsters and other unusual creatures.