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Recipe for Disaster

Recipe for Disaster

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Recipe for Disaster

117 pagine
39 minuti
Jul 21, 2020


Franny K. Stein is back with another laugh-out-loud experimental adventure in the ninth book in the Mad Scientist series from Jim Benton, the New York Times bestselling author-illustrator of the Dear Dumb Diary and It’s Happy Bunny series.

Franny K. Stein isn’t a good baker. But when she sees that the fundraisers for the art and music departments at her school aren’t making enough money, she decides to take matters into her own hands.

Using her genius mind and kitchen, which is really just another type of laboratory, she sets out to create The Most Delicious Muffin On Earth!

Sales, of course, go through the roof. But bad things can happen when people become exposed to the best thing they’ve ever tasted. They can become...overenthusiastic.
Jul 21, 2020

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Jim Benton is the New York Times bestselling writer of the Dear Dumb Diary series and a cartoonist whose unique brand of humor has been seen on toys, television, T-shirts, greeting cards, and even underwear. Franny K. Stein is the first character he’s created especially for young children. A husband and father of two, he lives in Michigan, where he works in a studio that really and truly does have creepy stuff in it.

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Recipe for Disaster - Jim Benton




The Stein family lived in the pretty pink house with the lovely purple shutters down at the end of Daffodil Street. Everything about the house was bright and cheery.

When you think about it, pink and purple paint look quite nice together, but that just wasn’t the type of thing that Franny thought about.

In fact, Franny hardly ever thought about paint, unless you could use it to make yourself invisible, or fireproof, or if it was the kind that could make you taste terrible to monsters.

Any mad scientist will tell you that tasting too good is a very dangerous thing.

No, pretty much the only time she really thought about paint was when she found some on her toothbrush, which was happening more and more often since Igor had taken up a new hobby: painting.

"It’s a toothbrush, Igor. Not a paintbrush," she shouted from her bathroom.

Igor had been showing a real interest in art lately, and was slowly getting better at it.

He had also taken up gymnastics.

All that bouncing around was probably how the paint got on the toothbrush.

Franny didn’t really mind. She wasn’t very interested in art herself, but painting made Igor happy, and this hobby was a lot safer for the world than when he helped Franny with her experiments.

MUCH safer.



Franny watched out the window of her classroom as two workers carried a big, rusty piece of junk out of the school.

She raised her hand.

Miss Shelly, what is that thing?

It looks like the old furnace, her teacher said. I think the school is getting a nice new one. The old one never worked very well.

They’re not just going to throw that away, are they?? Franny squealed.

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