Frank and Bean: The Stinky Feet Monster

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Frank and Bean: The Stinky Feet Monster

author: Jamie Michalak
illustrator: Bob Kolar

series name:
Frank and Bean

Frank has a book, a map, and a plan to find the Stinky Feet Monster. Bean has new boots, a new hat, and a drum, and is ready to rock—BOOM, BOOM, BOOM! He doesn’t believe in the Stinky Feet Monster, but as the two friends trek through the dark woods, they encounter strange noises, big footprints, and a very foul odor. Could that be the elusive monster? Will it make Frank and Bean its next meal? Get ready for a final twist as wry text, deadpan timing, a dash of suspense, and bright, comic illustrations lay out a feast for beginning readers and young listeners hungry for laughs.

In the third book in the series, Frank takes the lead in tracking down a very smelly creature as our favorite culinary odd couple embarks on their funniest adventure yet.
suggested retail price (U.S./CAN):
$5.99 / $0.00
1536237329 /  9781536237320
on sale date:
Early Readers / EBook
age range:
5 yrs - 8 yrs
# of pages/size:
48 / N/A
grade range:
Kindergarten - Grade 3
Juvenile Fiction; Humorous Stories; Readers; Social Themes;
author’s comments:
Jamie Michalak is the author of the first two Frank and Bean books: Frank and Bean, which Booklist called “absurd, over-the-top, and laugh-out-loud funny,” and its companion, Frank and Bean: Food Truck Fiasco. She also wrote the Joe and Sparky books, illustrated by Frank Remkiewicz, and the Dakota Crumb picture books, illustrated by Kelly Murphy. Jamie Michalak lives in Rhode Island.
illustrator’s comments:
Bob Kolar is the illustrator of many books for children. In addition to the first two books about Frank and Bean, he illustrated AlphaOops!:The Day Z Went First by Alethea Kontis, Nothing Like a Puffin by Sue Soltis, and Slickety Quick: Poems about Sharks by Skila Brown, a title that Booklist said “will tickle the fins of many an aspiring marine biologist.” Bob Kolar lives in Missouri.
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