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eBook Benjamin Franklinstein Lives! ePub
Author: Matthew McElligott
Language: English
ISBN: 0399252290
ISBN13: 978-0399252297
Publisher: G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers (September 2, 2010)
Pages: 128
Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Subcategory: Children
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 373
Formats: mbr lit mbr lit
ePub file: 1269 kb
Fb2 file: 1386 kb

Benjamin Franklinstein Lives! book. I'm currently reading the book "Benjamin Franklinstein Lives" by Matthew McElligott & Larry Tuxbury.

Benjamin Franklinstein Lives! book. He's completely shocked when he finds out that the real Benjamin Franklin is alive!

A master of capturing voice, Tuxbury and McElligott aptly convey the nuances and voice of middle school life.

A master of capturing voice, Tuxbury and McElligott aptly convey the nuances and voice of middle school life. The story of how Benjamin Franklin has awakened from suspended animation weaves science, history, adventure, mystery and humor. Yet the message-be true to oneself-rings through. Kids will love the fast-paced action, and McElliogott's outstanding artwork brings the story to life, adds vitality and draws the reader deeper into the story.

About Benjamin Franklinstein Lives! Victor Godwin, a serious-minded boy genius living in Philadelphia, discovers that Ben Franklin never died – he was put into suspended . Matthew McElligott lives in Albany, New York.

About Benjamin Franklinstein Lives! Victor Godwin, a serious-minded boy genius living in Philadelphia, discovers that Ben Franklin never died – he was put into suspended animation, and was hidden away for more than 200 years in Victor’s basement! An accident re-awakens Ben centuries before he was supposed to be, and there’s a problem – when Ben runs low on energy, he turns into a rampaging monster desperately hungry for electricity! .

Franklin needed to recharge his battery belt, so they agreed to meet after dinner in the basement laboratory. Scott biked home to ask his parents if he could sleep over at Victor’s. ock Victor grabbed the equipment he had collected at Ernie’s and headed downstairs to Franklin’s apartment. He pulled open the secret bookcase, lowered the bag of parts down the shaft with a rope, then climbed down the ladder. Franklin was busy at the workbench poring over a book on the history of famous inventors. It was open to a chapter on the Wright brothers

Victor Godwin, a serious-minded boy genius living in Philadelphia, discovers that Ben Franklin never died - he was put into suspended animation, and was hidden away for more than 200 years in Victor's basement An accident re-awakens Ben centuries before he was supposed to be, and there's a problem - when Ben runs low on energy, he turns into a rampaging.

Benjamin Franklinstein Lives! - Matthew McElligott

Benjamin Franklinstein Lives! - Matthew McElligott.

Victor Godwin, a serious-minded boy genius living in Philadelphia, discovers that Ben Franklin never died - he was put into suspended animation, and was hidden away . Books related to Benjamin Franklinstein Lives! Skip this list.

Victor Godwin, a serious-minded boy genius living in Philadelphia, discovers that Ben Franklin never died - he was put into suspended animation, and was hidden away for more than 200 years in Victor's basement! An accident re-awakens Ben centuries before he was supposed to be, and there's a problem - when Ben runs low on energy, he turns into a rampaging monster desperately hungry for electricity! .

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Benjamin franklinstein meets the fright brothers. by Matthew McElligott. Benjamin franklinstein meets thomas deadison. Even aliens need snacks. More by matthew mcelligott. Frogosaurus vs. the bog monster.

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By Matthew McElligott; Larry David Tuxbury; Matthew McElligott (Illustrator)(Putnam Juvenile, Hardcover, 9780399254819, 160pp. Benjamin Franklinstein. Benjamin Franklinstein Lives! has just been named to the 2012-13 Texas Bluebonnet list.

Victor Godwin's orderly life is upended when he discovers that Benjamin Franklin never actually died-he was put into suspended animation and hidden away for more than 200 years in Victor's basement! After an accident reawakens Ben, Victor must not only help him adjust to the modern world but also help him overcome a slight flaw: when Ben runs low on energy, he turns into a rampaging monster desperately hungry for electricity! All this while trying to take first place in the school science fair. With one of history's preeminent scientists helping out, what could go wrong?
Lianeni
My son enjoyed this quick read...it was below his reading level (which he was thrilled with) so I think it might be best suited for a rising 2nd or 3rd grader...overall though a very accessible way to introduce some history to a kid who's rather be shooting hoops or playing video games this summer :)
watching to future
Tore through them all in a single sitting. And learned a little too. ????
ME
I love it it is totally awesomely amazing you ought to read it and you shouldn't judge a book by its title but by its reviews
Swift Summer
This book is a great book for kids because it is action,history,and pure awesomeness all in one!! Bengimen franklen comes back to life and meets a kid named vector.vector helps ben (bengimen franklen) find the modern oder of promethious,they go on a loooooong adventure and finaly find it,or do they?
Chi
Benjamin Frankenstein is found by a young boy named Victor.l love this book a lot cause it is so cool.
Moswyn
A master of capturing voice, Tuxbury and McElligott aptly convey the nuances and voice of middle school life. The story of how Benjamin Franklin has awakened from suspended animation weaves science, history, adventure, mystery and humor. Yet the message--be true to oneself--rings through. Kids will love the fast-paced action, and McElliogott's outstanding artwork brings the story to life, adds vitality and draws the reader deeper into the story. The next installment should be worth waiting for.
Rko
I'm all for fantasy quests, monster hunting, sci-fi epics, time travel mysteries, prophecy quests, portals, alien visitations, and magical spells. Bring it on and let's read it I say.

But this book, and the series to which it belongs, struck me as something special. The hero is a science nerd, without apology. In a world that has begun to embrace nerdiness it's time for nerdy chapter book fiction. What's best, though, is that this hero isn't precocious, or obnoxious, or harboring some grievance, or one lab accident away from being a supervillain. He's precise and methodical and rational, but he's still a kid and he has real spirit and style. Rather than wearing thin, he grows on you as you read.

The overarching premise is that back in 1790 Ben Franklin was put into a form of primitive suspended animation. He has now been brought back to life in Victor's basement and the two have formed a deeply weird and totally funky team. Ben's big problem is that he runs on electricity, but if he's overcharged he goes all Franklinstein monster. This is a great concept that is twisted and turned so that we get humor, history, science, adventure, inspiration and a totally unique buddy comedy.

The book has a plot that involves Victor competing at a science fair, and the series has a larger story arc involving Franklin's search for a group, The Modern Order of Prometheus, that knows about his situation. Both plots are all over the place; this is not what sci-fi fans would call a "hard science" story. But, the individual bits of science and chemistry are right enough and some of the 1790's bits are particularly interesting.

The book is further jazzed up with illustrations that help frame the action and put the science into context. There's a lot of subtle humor in the details, and instead of being just ornaments they contribute to the style and momentum of the tale.

So, while not necessarily for everybody, and while a bit advanced beyond an introductory chapter book, this is certainly a nice option for a reader who expresses an interest in science or who is just looking for a change of pace. A nice find.

Please note that I found this book while browsing the local library's Kindle books, and downloaded it for free. I have no connection at all to either the author or the publisher of this book.
This book cover said "pick me up and read me". I said to myself - What? Ben Franklin didn't just discover electricity you say? He invented reanimation too?

This is the most creative plot for a story that I have ever come across! To think that Ben Franklin could have been really alive for all of these years, in a state of suspended animation, only to be awakened in the present day and must now save the world. It's an absolute hilarious romp!!! I am not a huge fan of Sci-Fi and I never liked science and chemistry, but I have always been fascinated by Ben Franklin. I found this to be a most enjoyable series that pays homage to the man himself.

It's completely believable that a great inventor, ahead of his time during the age of American Independence, could have somehow invented a way to stay alive for over 200 years. And the author is so clever with how he has Colonial Ben Franklin cope with living in the 21st Century. I have never laughed so much reading a children's book series. And in book two, when the Wright Brothers turn up in a Zombie-like trance, I was hooked. Readers will have a whole new interest in history, especially for Ben Franklin, once reading this series. The characters are lovable. I believe that if Ben Franklin really were to come back to life today, he would have a good chuckle and approve of this series very highly.
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