Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

By Mary Shelley (Author), Tanya Landman (Author)

Series Everyone Can Be a Reader (Classics)


Pub Date 1/14/2025

ISBN 9781454958543

Format Paperback



Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

by Mary Shelley, Tanya Landman

From the Everyone Can Be a Reader (Classics) series comes a retelling of Mary Shelley's thrilling classic Frankenstein, expertly designed to engage reluctant readers and provide an accessible reading experience for all.

A gothic tale of hubris gone badly wrong. A young man’s search for the secret of the spark of life leads him to a horrific experiment in which he creates a gigantic creature from dismembered body parts. Rejected by his creator, the initially gentle creature turns monstrous when his desire to find companionship and love are thwarted.

Carnegie Medal– winning author, Tanya Landman, revisits Mary Shelley’s classic Gothic horror story, bringing to life Dr. Frankenstein and his monstrous creation in an accessible format that more readers can enjoy.

Perfect for anyone seeking adapted classics or dyslexia-friendly literature, the Everyone Can Be a Reader (Classics) hi-lo book series presents accessible versions of classic novels in an easy-to-read style. Union Square & Co.'s EVERYONE CAN BE A READER books utilize dyslexia reading tools like specialized fonts and paper tones, and are carefully formatted to meet readers where they are with engaging stories that encourage reading success across a wide range of age and interest levels.


Tanya Landman is renowned for her thought-provoking, prize-winning novels, including the beautifully “deft and dark” Carnegie Medal–winning Buffalo Soldier. Tanya says that she loves how writing allows her to daydream—something she was always in trouble for at school! She lives in England.

Title Details

Pages 120 pages, all in 2-color

Trim 5.12 x 7.75 x 0 Inches

Territories US/Can/Philippines

Category Classics

Age Range 13 and up

Carton Quantity 80