Franny K. Stein is not your average girl — she’s a mad scientist and she is fabulous! She prefers poison ivy to daisies and piranha to goldfish, and when Franny jumps rope, she uses her pet snake.
In Franny K. Stein’s Crate of Danger (boxed set) by Jim Benton (ages 7 -9) we learn that although being a mad scientist is exciting, it does have its drawbacks. From fending off giant monstrous fiends to getting a lab assistant to battling her own teenage self, Franny has her hands full! Your book babies can join her in her first four wacky, weird, creepy adventures.
The publisher lists this series at a reading level of 9 -12, but I think it skews younger, more like 7 -9.
Lunch Walks Among Us
Attack of the 50-Ft. Cupid
The Invisible Fran
The Fran That Time Forgot
Hey wait, there’s more! You can also get your very own Franny K. Stein “action figure flashlight!” Go Franny!