for Frankie Stein by Lola M. Schaefer and Kevan Atteberry
Frankie Stein looks nothing like his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stein, or the spooky-looking kids at Miss Wart's Academy for Ghouls & Goblins. His clean-cut looks make it hard for him to make friends.
But Frankie knows a thing or two about being scary. He can make grotesque faces, paint bone-chilling pictures, and yelp as loud as a coyote. When he experiments with potions in the classroom and grows two fangs, he wins over the other kids, showing that popularity depends on more than how you look.
Once again, Frankie Stein proves that he's happiest when he's true to himself. Kevan Atteberry's digital illustrations lend a hand to this back-to-school spook-tacular story!