A Passover Parody
In this Passover picture book parody of Frankenstein, Vee, Victor Frankenstein’s great, great, great Jewish non-binary grand descendant, wants to win the school science fair and become the world’s greatest scientist.
When Vee’s experiment succeeds, zany chaos ensues, and Vee is left to wrestle with some Frankenstein-size ethical dilemmas. Watch Vee take center stage in this exciting science fiction Passover adventure!
A graphic picture book told entirely through comic bubbles, Frankenstein’s Matzah invites young readers to join in the joy of Passover (and science!) by conducting their own Super Seder Science experiments.
|Kindergarten - Grade 3
|Picture Books, Science
|Number of Pages
Author: K. Marcus
K. Marcus reads anything and everything. She follows her curiosity wherever it leads, loves to ask questions, and spends hours researching the answers. Frankenstein's Matzah is her debut picture book. Find more info on kmarcuswrites.com
Illustrator: Sam Loman
Sam Loman studied illustration at the academy of arts in Rotterdam the Netherlands (Bdes) and art, design, and illustration at the University of Hertfordshire UK (MA with distinction). She works full-time as an illustrator/author.