Prolific children's author Lola M. Schaefer teams up with Kevan Atteberry to create this adorable tale about learning to accept who you are.
Mr. & Mrs. Frank N. Stein are mortified when their firstborn, Frankie Stein, is...cute. He doesn't look like them or act like them. His parents try everything to make him scary - they paint his hair, cover his skin with green stickers, shower him with scariness, and try to inspire him by telling him tales of the horrific deeds of his very scary ancestors. Frankie tries to move, talk, and act like his parents, but finally decides to be himself, which makes him the scariest Stein of all.
Delightful digital illustrations and a story that reminds readers that it's always best to be true to yourself. If you like this book, and I'm sure you will, there is a sequel, Frankie Stein Goes to School.