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What's the Matter with Newton? (Franken-Sci High, Bk. 1)

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Binding: Hardcover
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ISBN: 9781481491310
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Language: English
Page Count: 168
Publication Date: 8/27/2019
Size: 8.54" l x 5.75" w x 0.67"
Series: N/A

It takes a lot to stand out at a school for mad scientists - but Newton Warp is unlike anyone (or anything) else at Franken-Sci High in this first book in a wacky series created with The Jim Henson Company.

Franken-Sci High is the only school in the world for aspiring mad scientists and it’s located on a craggy island in the Bermuda Triangle, of course! While some mad scientists are power-hungry maniacs, the school was founded in 1536 as a refuge for generations of brilliant - and yes, eccentric - young minds. Students are encouraged to use their brainpower for good, but the teachers accept that some kids will still want to take over the world . . . and the school cafeteria.

In the first book in the series, What’s the Matter with Newton?, Newton Warp is a mystery, even to himself: He wakes up one day in the library with no idea of who he is, how he got there, or where he came from. Newton is quickly assigned to a dorm and makes a friend: Shelly Ravenholt, who creates living, breathing monsters for fun. He’s eager to find out who his family is, but this is high school after all, and he soon has other problems: Newton has to create a last-minute project for the Mad Science Fair and Shelly’s friend Theremin (a robot) is really jealous of him. And that’s not all: the other students at Franken-Sci High soon realize that Newton has a few useful, but surprising quirks. Wherever Newton came from, they start to suspect that he’s not entirely human!

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