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The Good, the Bad, and the Accidentally Evil!

Book #6 of Franken-Sci High
Created by Mark Young / Illustrated by Mariano Epelbaum

Can Newton save Franken-Sci High? Find out in the sixth book in this wacky series created with The Jim Henson Company.

When Franken-Sci High’s strangest teacher tells Newton Warp that they are traveling to the future, Newton thinks it is a joke…but he should know by now that in a school for mad scientists, anything is possible. Before he knows it, Newton teleports forward by twenty-five years, and everything at the school has changed. His monster-loving friend, Shelly Ravenholt, has grown up to be against making monsters and has a plan to keep the school from making new monsters when there are so many that need help already. Her intentions are good, but she is becoming accidentally evil, and it’s up to Newton to stop her!

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© Mark Young

In the “real” world Mark Young makes a living as a multiple Emmy winner who has written and produced the animated TV shows for Netflix, Disney, Nick Jr., ABC, CBS, and NBC. However, in his “inner” world, Mark believes that Franken-Sci High isn’t actually his creation but a real school where budding mad scientists learn how to create synthetic eyeballs, travel to different dimensions, try gravity gum, and design inflatable pets. Mark lives in Southern California with his wife. Between them, they have four amazing kids. More about Mark at MarkYoung.co.

Mariano Epelbaum is an illustrator and character designer form Buenos Aires. He enjoys trying different styles of illustration, as he is inspired by each project he works on. Mariano worked as art director and character designer on the animated movie Underdogs. He has published books in the US, Spain, Argentina, and Puerto Rico. When he’s not working, he likes playing with his two daughters, watching movies, and going for outdoor walks. Visit him online at Mariano.ArtStation.com.

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