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By Keith Graves

Frank used to be a monster who desired to dance. So he wear his hat, and his footwear made in France... and opened a jar and placed ants in his pants! So starts off this monstrously humorous, deliciously disgusting, horrifyingly hilarious tale of a monster who follows his dream. Keith Graves' wacky illustrations and laugh-out-loud textual content will tickle the humorous bone and go away readers clamoring for an encore.

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All rights reserved. publication layout by means of Susan Van Horn. The illustrations during this booklet have been rendered in acrylic paints and coloured pencils. synthetic in Hong Kong. ISBN-978-1-4521-0410-2 The Library of Congress has catalogued the former version as follows: Graves, Keith. Frank used to be a monster who desired to dance / by way of Keith Graves. p. cm. precis: Frank the monster indulges his love of dancing by means of strutting his stuff on degree until eventually his head unzips, his brains flop out, and he keeps to lose physique elements. ISBN 0-8118-2169-2 [1. Monsters—Fiction. 2. Dance—Fiction. three. tales in rhyme. ] I. name. dispensed in Canada through Raincoast Books 9050 Shaughnessy highway, Vancouver, British Columbia V6P 6E5 Chronicle Books LLC 680 moment road, San Francisco, California 94107 www. chroniclekids. com is a human who consistently desired to be a monster, yet by no means had the ideal sneakers. he's the author-illustrator of a number of different books, together with puppy Boy, which Kirkus reports defined as “bursting with colour and a bunch of wierd creatures” and of which Booklist acknowledged, “delivers a important concept with attractive silliness. ” Keith lives someplace in the midst of Texas with a stunning princess and little dual monsters.

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