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Frankenstein Moved In on the Fourth Floor

by Elizabeth Levy

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0064401227, Paperback)

Is Frankenstein living next door?

"The new neighbor is weird," Sam whispers to Robert.

"He could be the real Frankenstein."

So Sam and Robert decide to spy on their strange, scowling neighbor, Mr. Frank. First they list the evidence they already have:

Mr. Frank is pale and thin.

Moans and groans have been heard coming from his apartment.

It's not much to go on.

Then, one night, the lights in the whole building go out. Will Sam and Robert finally learn the spooky truth?

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Robert and Sam suspect their weird new neighbor is really Frankenstein.

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