ISBN: 978-1-911481-65-2
Author: Mary Shelley
Published: 2019
Retold by: C.S. Woolley
Illustrated by: Alexander Solovyov
Headwords: 900
Level: 3
Pages: 52
Release Date: 26 August 2019

Frankenstein is the story of a man called Victor. He lives in Geneva. He is very clever. He likes learning about nature and likes science. He goes to university. He studies chemistry. He learns everything he can. He discovers the secret of creating life.

He decides to make a new creature but his experiment goes wrong. Frankenstein makes a male monster which is very ugly. He runs away from the monster.

The monster tries to make friends. Everyone is afraid of him as he’s very ugly. They run away from him and he feels very lonely. He begins to hate people and wants to hurt them.

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Weight115 g
Dimensions198 × 129 × 5 mm