The Invisible Fran

The Invisible Fran

Paperback - 2005
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Franny K. Stein believes that nothing in the world compares to being a mad scientist, and she is absolutely convinced that, given the opportunity to be one, every kid in her class would feel the same way. So Franny makes it her mission to help her classmates find their own inner mad scientist.
Publisher: New York ; Toronto : Simon E. Schuster Books for Young Readers, 2005, c2004.
Edition: First Aladdin pbk. edition
ISBN: 9780689862977
0689862970
Characteristics: 101 pages :,illustrations ;,20 cm.

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red_elephant_652 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 7 and 10

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Jun 11, 2011

going to start reading this book I LOVE tthese books!!! XD

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Nov 02, 2010

I used to like this series but I still do..but not as much X)

litlbit May 12, 2008

Lots of funny drawings help
to keep first readers interested.

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Apr 09, 2019

Franny raised her hand. "Miss Shelley, if somebody has a hobby that doesn't involve massive amounts of electricity or sewing wings onto things that weren't born with wings, will they still be allowed to participate?"
Miss Shelley was accustomed to this sort of question from Franny.
"Yes, Franny. Everybody will get to talk about their hobbies," Miss Shelley said.
Miss Shelly was always fair, but it seemed like a waste of time to Franny, who was absolutely certain that after a little exposure to mad science, the kids would drop their other interests like hot potatoes--hot, radioactive, poisonous potatoes.

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