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This laugh-out-loud funny and devilish send-up of Ludwig Bemelmans's Madeline is for little monsters everywhere. Frankenstein is the scariest of all the monsters in Miss Devel's castle. He can frighten anything--animals, parents, even rocks. Until one night, Miss Devel wakes up and runs downstairs to find that Frankenstein has lost his head! This laugh-out-loud funny and devilish send-up of Ludwig Bemelmans's Madeline is for little monsters everywhere. Frankenstein is the scariest of all the monsters in Miss Devel's castle. He can frighten anything--animals, parents, even rocks. Until one night, Miss Devel wakes up and runs downstairs to find that Frankenstein has lost his head!


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This laugh-out-loud funny and devilish send-up of Ludwig Bemelmans's Madeline is for little monsters everywhere. Frankenstein is the scariest of all the monsters in Miss Devel's castle. He can frighten anything--animals, parents, even rocks. Until one night, Miss Devel wakes up and runs downstairs to find that Frankenstein has lost his head! This laugh-out-loud funny and devilish send-up of Ludwig Bemelmans's Madeline is for little monsters everywhere. Frankenstein is the scariest of all the monsters in Miss Devel's castle. He can frighten anything--animals, parents, even rocks. Until one night, Miss Devel wakes up and runs downstairs to find that Frankenstein has lost his head!

30 review for Frankenstein

  1. 4 out of 5

    Calista

    A 'Madeline' parody done so well. I love the story of Madeline and I love Halloween so this is a mix perfect for me. I can't decide if this is meant more for adults and people who know the story of Madeline or if this is meant for kids too. It is very well done and funny. Rick Walton captures the essence of that French Madeline story and twist it till it is wicked funny. They form crooked lines and go to the zoo and get sick too. The monsters do loss their heads and eat people so it's not for chi A 'Madeline' parody done so well. I love the story of Madeline and I love Halloween so this is a mix perfect for me. I can't decide if this is meant more for adults and people who know the story of Madeline or if this is meant for kids too. It is very well done and funny. Rick Walton captures the essence of that French Madeline story and twist it till it is wicked funny. They form crooked lines and go to the zoo and get sick too. The monsters do loss their heads and eat people so it's not for children faint of heart. I did not read it to my niece while I did read it to the nephew who giggled during the story. He thought Frankenstein was hilarious. This would scare the niece right now. She has gotten few Halloween books this season. She objected to the Halloween decorations being put up so it's a tough phase. As an adult, I think this is brilliant. The nephew gave it 4 stars, but it's so well done that this might be a yearly favorite. It did tickle me and it does have a wicked sense of humor. So know your kid before reading this one to them. There is nothing bloody here or anything they really shouldn't see, it's simply more than usual for kids.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Chris

    A brilliant and funny parody of the classic MADELINE; this picture has all the right pieces---accurate parody, clever writing, spot-on and subtle illustrations. This could be used in a high school English class to teach the art of parody!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Nancy

    I loved Madeleine as a child. It was so French and tragic. Well, along the same lines, little Frankenstein wakes up in the night and is found because something is not right. It is a little boy's dream book and a little girl's nightmare. Unsettling as it may seem to a mother or girlie stomach, my little boy loved it. We read it together, taking turns reading a page at a time. I enjoyed the parody. He has never read Madeleine which is tragic. Although perfect for Halloween, I would add this to any I loved Madeleine as a child. It was so French and tragic. Well, along the same lines, little Frankenstein wakes up in the night and is found because something is not right. It is a little boy's dream book and a little girl's nightmare. Unsettling as it may seem to a mother or girlie stomach, my little boy loved it. We read it together, taking turns reading a page at a time. I enjoyed the parody. He has never read Madeleine which is tragic. Although perfect for Halloween, I would add this to any little boy's library. It is complement to the prim and proper Madeleine that needed to be written years ago. **Ludworst Bemonster is a pen name. The actual author's name is Nathan Hale. I don't know him, but he is apparently living nearby. Maybe I will stalk him. And walk like a zombie while doing so. Because I'm weird like that.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Shannon Brasher

    This is such a clever parody book. Rick Walton under the pen name of Ludworst Bemonster transform the classic story of Madeline in to a hilarious monster parody. "In an old house in Paris that was covered with vines, lived twelve little girls in two straight lines" is the opening line to the classic Madeline story and Rick Walton manages to seamlessly transform this line into "In a creepy old castle all covered with spines, lived twelve ugly monsters in two crooked lines." Children of all ages w This is such a clever parody book. Rick Walton under the pen name of Ludworst Bemonster transform the classic story of Madeline in to a hilarious monster parody. "In an old house in Paris that was covered with vines, lived twelve little girls in two straight lines" is the opening line to the classic Madeline story and Rick Walton manages to seamlessly transform this line into "In a creepy old castle all covered with spines, lived twelve ugly monsters in two crooked lines." Children of all ages will enjoy this parody book and I believe it would be a fantastic book to read at Halloween as well as to use for comparing and contrasting between two books. I highly recommend this "CaldeNOT Horror Book" to all ages!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Edward Sullivan

    A fun parody of Madeleine, perfect for Halloween reading.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Danielle Tropea dess

    The expectation that I had for this book being one of my new favorites for a childrens Haloween book were high, yet I was intensly disappointed with how it ended. Frankenstein is about a group of 12 "school children" who live in a boarding school. Frankenstein himself loses his head, and then gets it reattached with two shiny bolts which the other children come to admire so much, that they want bolts to attach their own heads to their bodies. The majority of this story didn't make any sense to m The expectation that I had for this book being one of my new favorites for a childrens Haloween book were high, yet I was intensly disappointed with how it ended. Frankenstein is about a group of 12 "school children" who live in a boarding school. Frankenstein himself loses his head, and then gets it reattached with two shiny bolts which the other children come to admire so much, that they want bolts to attach their own heads to their bodies. The majority of this story didn't make any sense to me. Yes, it had a nice rhyming scheme, but the plot seemed to jump around alot and took a few turns into utter nonsense in which I had no interest in trying to untangle. I have also seen much better pictures. All in all, I rate it a two, and most of this rating is becuase the rhyming scheme was kept up throughout the books entirety.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Trevor

    When my kids brought this home from the library I was struck by the cover, which had a whiff of Ludwig Bemelmans' Madeline. It turned out this was the intent -- this monster book is an intentional parody of Madeline. Why, even the stamp on the cover says it is a CaldeNOT Horror Book. For me, it didn't really work. The concept is promising, but the execution didn't work for me. The story itself is dull: a group of monsters, and Frankenstein loses his head ("Something is not right!"). But that's ab When my kids brought this home from the library I was struck by the cover, which had a whiff of Ludwig Bemelmans' Madeline. It turned out this was the intent -- this monster book is an intentional parody of Madeline. Why, even the stamp on the cover says it is a CaldeNOT Horror Book. For me, it didn't really work. The concept is promising, but the execution didn't work for me. The story itself is dull: a group of monsters, and Frankenstein loses his head ("Something is not right!"). But that's about it, a limp skeleton to hang shabby verse (with terrible rhythm) on. I also thought the illustrations were subpar -- if you're going to mimic Madeline, follow through.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Cindy

    This is a fun and gholish Parody of a classical favorite, Madaline. This story ishares what it is like to live in a creepy old castle for our twelve ugly monsters. They get to leave the castle each night where they yelled, whined, and scared peoples socks off. The auther has done a great job of paralleling the rhythm and pattering of Madaline. The illustrations are very well done in Halloween orange and do a great job of capturing the mood. Children will enjoy looking for those parallels as they This is a fun and gholish Parody of a classical favorite, Madaline. This story ishares what it is like to live in a creepy old castle for our twelve ugly monsters. They get to leave the castle each night where they yelled, whined, and scared peoples socks off. The auther has done a great job of paralleling the rhythm and pattering of Madaline. The illustrations are very well done in Halloween orange and do a great job of capturing the mood. Children will enjoy looking for those parallels as they are read this fun story. It is a great addition to any Halloween section in the library.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Maggie Mattmiller

    I felt let down by this book. The book is cute, don't get me wrong, but I didn't love it like I was so sure I would. I love the premise- playing off of Madeline, with a cute Halloween story. The actual result: similarities to Madeline, but it felt forced at times, way off at times, and the rhyme and rhythm also tripped me up at times. I would get it from the library and share it with a special child in your life. Not something I would come back to again and again. I felt let down by this book. The book is cute, don't get me wrong, but I didn't love it like I was so sure I would. I love the premise- playing off of Madeline, with a cute Halloween story. The actual result: similarities to Madeline, but it felt forced at times, way off at times, and the rhyme and rhythm also tripped me up at times. I would get it from the library and share it with a special child in your life. Not something I would come back to again and again.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Dianna

    This is a really excellent, spot-on parody of the original Madeline book (the one where she gets her appendix out). There's also a little bit of ick factor, with the little monsters losing their heads and wetting their beds. All parents who have been required by their children to read Madeline over and over and over should take a quick peek at this. This is a really excellent, spot-on parody of the original Madeline book (the one where she gets her appendix out). There's also a little bit of ick factor, with the little monsters losing their heads and wetting their beds. All parents who have been required by their children to read Madeline over and over and over should take a quick peek at this.

  11. 5 out of 5

    June

    Wondering if this would work with a second grade class coming next week. The humor seemed to work, even though most of them didn't seem familiar with Madeline. Wondering if this would work with a second grade class coming next week. The humor seemed to work, even though most of them didn't seem familiar with Madeline.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Martinez Kirby

    Madeline is one of my all time favorite children's books, and this is a great parody of it. Everything is spot on, I just love it! I can't wait to do this one for storytime. Madeline is one of my all time favorite children's books, and this is a great parody of it. Everything is spot on, I just love it! I can't wait to do this one for storytime.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Donalyn

    A clever parody of the beloved classic. I recommend reading the original Madeline with children first, so they can compare the two.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Angelina

    2.5 stars.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Abby Spiel

    Frankenstein by "Ludworst Bemonster," aka Rick Walton, is a great humorous, seasonal book to read to children when Halloween comes around. Miss Devel is the keeper of many monsters, goons, goblins and most importantly, Frankenstein. Frankenstein is the scariest monster in Miss Devel's castle and will scare anyone and anything from a pizza delivery man to rocks. One night, the castle is just too quiet so Miss Devel immediately thinks something is wrong. She goes down to the monster's room and fin Frankenstein by "Ludworst Bemonster," aka Rick Walton, is a great humorous, seasonal book to read to children when Halloween comes around. Miss Devel is the keeper of many monsters, goons, goblins and most importantly, Frankenstein. Frankenstein is the scariest monster in Miss Devel's castle and will scare anyone and anything from a pizza delivery man to rocks. One night, the castle is just too quiet so Miss Devel immediately thinks something is wrong. She goes down to the monster's room and finds a decapitated Frankenstein! She calls Doctor Bone to fix Frankenstein. Doctor Bone does what he can by screwing Frankensteins head back on and well, the rest is history...literally. I picked Halloween themed books for my reviews this week in honor of Halloween being right around the corner. This book caught my eye because of it's incredible illustrations by Nathan Hale. The front of the book especially caught my attention because of the little hidden parodies. For example, I didn't really believe that there was an author of children's pictures books by the name of Ludworst Bemonster. Secondly, there is a gray circular sticker on the front that caught my eye because it looks very similar to a Caldecott Honor sticker and I said no way did a Halloween picture book named Frankenstein win the Caldecott Award, and go figure, I was right. The sticker really says, "A CaldeNOT Horror Book," so just little creative things like that I found to be very original, cute and fun, which made this book so appealing. Some dislikes I had about this book mainly related to the plot. This book is obviously meant for a very young age because the text was not wordy or didactic at all and it included a lot of rhyming. The text wasn't necessarily bad at all because it did have a lot of comical jokes and was easy to follow for a Kindergartener or 1st grader I would say, but there wasn't a whole lot of reading. The pictures are obviously what are meant to tell the story in this picture book. The characters also weren't relatable, but once again I don't think this book was meant to be a book that children could read all year long, I think it was meant to be a holiday treat or time killer in the classroom.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Megan Cureton

    Frankenstein is a humor filled book that second and third graders would all get a kick from. I feel like this is the perfect book for children to read around Halloween time of course to get them in the Halloween spirit. This book has many pages that rhyme and I am a fan of children's books rhyming. I feel that the rhyming makes the children more interested in the book this way and I feel like it keeps the humor continuing by adding the rhyming. The illustrations are in great detail and are perfe Frankenstein is a humor filled book that second and third graders would all get a kick from. I feel like this is the perfect book for children to read around Halloween time of course to get them in the Halloween spirit. This book has many pages that rhyme and I am a fan of children's books rhyming. I feel that the rhyming makes the children more interested in the book this way and I feel like it keeps the humor continuing by adding the rhyming. The illustrations are in great detail and are perfect for the pages because they don't have that many words on each page. I also like that the author not only wrote the story but drew the pictures too. I feel like if the author is the one making the pictures then he knows what he wants the reader to get from the picture than someone else trying to draw what the author wants the reader to see from the story. I just feel like the reader will be able to see more from the author drawing the pictures rather someone who is just drawing pictures and trying to make the connection and trying to draw what he thinks is best. My favorite part of the story would be at the end when the little monsters all lost their heads at the end because they wanted a new head and screws just like Frankenstein because they wanted to be scary like him. It made me laugh and I know it has made many children laugh too. This is a different point of view from the actual Frankenstein, because in that story everyone didn't want to be like Frankenstein and in this story all the little monsters want to be just like him.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jeanne

    I picked up a copy of this at my local book store and couldn't resist reading it on the spot. If you're a fan of monsters and/or Halloween (whether you have kids or not) this is a purchase you won't regret. This is a monster spin on the classic Madeline books, featuring a little Frankenstein as the mischievous troublemaker in the story. I am both a fan of monsters and I grew up on the Madeline books so I was in heaven. I giggled through the entire book, which got me more than a few sidelong star I picked up a copy of this at my local book store and couldn't resist reading it on the spot. If you're a fan of monsters and/or Halloween (whether you have kids or not) this is a purchase you won't regret. This is a monster spin on the classic Madeline books, featuring a little Frankenstein as the mischievous troublemaker in the story. I am both a fan of monsters and I grew up on the Madeline books so I was in heaven. I giggled through the entire book, which got me more than a few sidelong stares from other customers in the store. I regret nothing! The art is beautiful, very reminiscent of the original, but with it's own unique monster flair. The story, especially the writing style also echos the original, but with hilarious monster inspired twists on the original prose. Yet it tells it's own unique story about little Frankenstien and his friends. There is something here both old fans and new, kids and adults. Great book all around. I would definitely recommend this for kids who love monsters and it is a perfect gift for Halloween. Warning: I would not recommend this book for kids who are frightened or squeamish about gross/gory humor (like characters heads being cut off, though they are monsters and live through it).

  18. 5 out of 5

    Barbara

    In a spot-on parody of the children's classic Madeline, the authors take readers on a hilarious romp through the creepy Miss Devel's castle where twelve little monsters dwell. They cause all sorts of havoc whenever they leave the castle, but when Frankenstein loses his head one night, the others are jealous of the new head and new screws he gets in the laboratory. Although Miss Devel insists that the story is finished, the rest of the characters are disturbed at being left hanging without new he In a spot-on parody of the children's classic Madeline, the authors take readers on a hilarious romp through the creepy Miss Devel's castle where twelve little monsters dwell. They cause all sorts of havoc whenever they leave the castle, but when Frankenstein loses his head one night, the others are jealous of the new head and new screws he gets in the laboratory. Although Miss Devel insists that the story is finished, the rest of the characters are disturbed at being left hanging without new heads and screws, and in Frankenstein's case, stuck in the lab. Much fun is added even on the cover where the book is proclaimed to be "A CALDENOT Horror Book." Even the publishers are called Feiwel and Fiends, instead of Feiwel and Friends. The illustrations, filled with various shades of orange, were created with brush pens and ink and contain nifty visual treats such as a flying black umbrella and signs that the little monsters have wet their beds. This one can be enjoyed as a stand-alone title, but it's so much more delightful accompanied by the book that inspired it.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Eva

    Madeline’s lovers of any age will enjoy this monstrous parody. “In a creepy old castle all covered with spines, lived twelve ugly monsters in two crooked lines.” Mrs. Devel (the keeper) doesn’t have an easy time keeping an eye on her monsters. They yell, whine, wet their beds and even try to eat a reader’s dad. One day Miss Devel senses “something is not right” and discovers Little Frankenstein is missing his head. Dr. Bone is called in and the poor thing is taken to the hospital to get fixed. B Madeline’s lovers of any age will enjoy this monstrous parody. “In a creepy old castle all covered with spines, lived twelve ugly monsters in two crooked lines.” Mrs. Devel (the keeper) doesn’t have an easy time keeping an eye on her monsters. They yell, whine, wet their beds and even try to eat a reader’s dad. One day Miss Devel senses “something is not right” and discovers Little Frankenstein is missing his head. Dr. Bone is called in and the poor thing is taken to the hospital to get fixed. But oh no, now all the monsters wish to loose their heads. This rhyming book is humorous, entertaining for parents and kids and perfect for Halloween. Author’s own illustrations are imaginative and not too scary. I really enjoyed the irony and the clever parody on the original Madeline prose. We compared two books side by side for the first lesson in literary parody. You can find more funny Halloween books on my blog Kid Minds http://www.kidminds.org/2015/10/the-f...

  20. 5 out of 5

    Katie Krimmel

    This Frankenstein tale is nothing like the classic book by Mary Shelley. The cover may mislead you to think it’s the original story just kid friendly, but soon you’ll realize it is its own individual story. This book is about young Frankenstein and his monstrous friends and family who includes a mummy, a vampire, even a werewolf. Then one day something terrible happens to Frankenstein and his family tries to fix him, but after will he still be the same Frankenstein? Rick Walton did a lovely job w This Frankenstein tale is nothing like the classic book by Mary Shelley. The cover may mislead you to think it’s the original story just kid friendly, but soon you’ll realize it is its own individual story. This book is about young Frankenstein and his monstrous friends and family who includes a mummy, a vampire, even a werewolf. Then one day something terrible happens to Frankenstein and his family tries to fix him, but after will he still be the same Frankenstein? Rick Walton did a lovely job writing this book, the words rhyme and flow very easily. The illustrations by Nathan Hale go fairly well will the story and contribute to the wickedly funny tale. I would recommend this book for second grade and up. It’s a classic character but into a modern child’s story, giving me no doubt that this will be a future classic Halloween book for children. Walton, R., & Hale, N. (2012). Frankenstein: a monstrous parody. New York: Feiwel and Friends.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Rocio Cazares

    Frankenstein is a tragic story of a unloved creature. The story is based around both Victor Frankenstein and his creation. Victor is a quite interesting character because he had a normal childhood up until his mother passed away caring for Elizabeth. The effect of his mother's death is important because its the reason the creature came to be. When his creation was born he became scared of it. The monster searched for acceptance but never found it from anyone. He Then promises to kill of his crea Frankenstein is a tragic story of a unloved creature. The story is based around both Victor Frankenstein and his creation. Victor is a quite interesting character because he had a normal childhood up until his mother passed away caring for Elizabeth. The effect of his mother's death is important because its the reason the creature came to be. When his creation was born he became scared of it. The monster searched for acceptance but never found it from anyone. He Then promises to kill of his creator(Victor) along with his family if he did not create a companion for him. In the end the creature had killed Victor along with his friends and family. In our opinion the book was rather boring and time wasting but it is still a well written novel. If you happen to be into a tragic story that snowballs this would be the book for you. Even if its not your favorite category we would still recommend this book though we found it a big waste of time.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Britteny Gilge

    This book was nothing at all like I expected it to be. This book was about twelve monsters that leave the castle every night. When the monsters are out they yell, whine, and scare people. The author does do a great job at using rhyming in his story. I did not like the story at first until I made the connection that is was a Halloween parody on Madeleine. I liked that the illustrator used orange as the main color because it is a color a lot of kids think of when they think about colors that remin This book was nothing at all like I expected it to be. This book was about twelve monsters that leave the castle every night. When the monsters are out they yell, whine, and scare people. The author does do a great job at using rhyming in his story. I did not like the story at first until I made the connection that is was a Halloween parody on Madeleine. I liked that the illustrator used orange as the main color because it is a color a lot of kids think of when they think about colors that remind them of Halloween. The pictures were spooky, but not scary. The story did a wonderful job at giving us an idea of what it looked like in certain situations. I think that many children would find this book funny (especially how the monsters wet their bed every night) and enjoy reading it.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Marika

    There's been a host of children's book parodies in the past few years, but Frankenstein is sure to make you laugh. A play on Madeline, Rick Walton has mirrored the form of both text and story while illustrator Nathan Hale captures the feel of Bemelman's classic illustrations, even limiting the palette of some illustrations to black, white, and Halloween orange. Frankenstein is for kids or adults, but especially those for whom Madeline is a favorite.Try pairing it with the classic for a kooky Hal There's been a host of children's book parodies in the past few years, but Frankenstein is sure to make you laugh. A play on Madeline, Rick Walton has mirrored the form of both text and story while illustrator Nathan Hale captures the feel of Bemelman's classic illustrations, even limiting the palette of some illustrations to black, white, and Halloween orange. Frankenstein is for kids or adults, but especially those for whom Madeline is a favorite.Try pairing it with the classic for a kooky Halloween story time.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Megan

    This is the funniest children's book I've read in years. It is a Halloween parody on Madeleine, and the author/illustrator does a bang up job of imitating the language, the original illustrations, every detail. Spend time pouring over the illustrations. My kids love it. We've read it 15 times. This is one we'll want to buy for the Halloween collection. Warning: Read it to yourself before you introduce it to young children. They could be disturbed by the be-heading of the monsters. Or perhaps you This is the funniest children's book I've read in years. It is a Halloween parody on Madeleine, and the author/illustrator does a bang up job of imitating the language, the original illustrations, every detail. Spend time pouring over the illustrations. My kids love it. We've read it 15 times. This is one we'll want to buy for the Halloween collection. Warning: Read it to yourself before you introduce it to young children. They could be disturbed by the be-heading of the monsters. Or perhaps you may not want them to snicker when the monsters all wet their beds.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    This is such a cute parody of the classic story of Frankenstein. This children's book is targeted for younger readers with the smaller text passages and the books is mainly made up of pictures to help tell the story. I enjoyed the colorful illustrations that really helped this simple story come to life. The story itself was a cute one that can be enjoyed by the young and old. Overall, a nice read! This is such a cute parody of the classic story of Frankenstein. This children's book is targeted for younger readers with the smaller text passages and the books is mainly made up of pictures to help tell the story. I enjoyed the colorful illustrations that really helped this simple story come to life. The story itself was a cute one that can be enjoyed by the young and old. Overall, a nice read!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Molly Cluff (Library!)

    This book is super popular around Halloween time, but I wasn't super fond of it? The rhymes didn't flow too well and it just seemed kind of gross This book is super popular around Halloween time, but I wasn't super fond of it? The rhymes didn't flow too well and it just seemed kind of gross

  27. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca

    Alex is very into Frankenstein right now, it being (now just past) the Halloween season. We got this one from the library, and he enjoyed it, although not because it's a "Madeleine" parody...that part's for me. Not as good as "Frankenstein Makes A Sandwich" but perfectly acceptable for spooky bedtime reading. Alex is very into Frankenstein right now, it being (now just past) the Halloween season. We got this one from the library, and he enjoyed it, although not because it's a "Madeleine" parody...that part's for me. Not as good as "Frankenstein Makes A Sandwich" but perfectly acceptable for spooky bedtime reading.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Kristina Romero

    I can't believe I didn't know this existed, I love Madeline! It was a super cute and fun parody about the mischievous little monsters that live in a castle with Miss Devel. Madeline fan or not, It's a must read Halloween book! I can't believe I didn't know this existed, I love Madeline! It was a super cute and fun parody about the mischievous little monsters that live in a castle with Miss Devel. Madeline fan or not, It's a must read Halloween book!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Marion Abbott

    If you and/or your child grew up on Madeline, you will never stop laughing throughout this book. If not, move on to another title - this is definitely nothing but a huge inside joke for Madeline fans.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Peacegal

    This is a very cool, pitch-perfect parody of the classic Madeline. Kids who are already familiar with Madeline will appreciate it more.

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