By Amanda Brack, Monica Sweeney
Stare in awe as Dr. Frankenstein brings his brick monster to lifestyles in a dicy technology scan, and brace your self because the creature steps out into the area. commute to count number Dracula’s immense brick citadel in Transylvania, and watch out as he name callings his prey within the evening. Watch brick Van Helsing notice the reason for terrible Lucy’s disease, and stick to him as he prepares his plot to save lots of her.
These vintage horror tales are retold with a vintage building toy, staying actual to their unique kinds during this modestly abridged assortment. For younger readers, LEGO adorers, and devotees to gothic literature, Brick Frankenstein and Dracula is a enchanting new take to the founding stories of fright!
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