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144 pages
Sweet Cherry Publishing Llc

The Rebus Classic is specifically designed for readers with learning disabilities and those with Special Education Needs. Utilizing a wide range of accessible features, this book aims to provide an easier reading experience for many to enjoy. Presenting an accessible approach to reading, the text provides images / symbols that sit above the key words. These provide visual clues for the reader, enhancing comprehension and cognition. This Rebus Classic aims to remove barriers to reading, enabling people with learning difficulties to read using a rebus image system, rather than relying solely on the words.

Also featuring simplified text, clear illustrations, a free audio book and an additional signed video. An abridged version of a well-loved classic, enabling readers with Special Needs and Communication Disabilities to foster a love of reading.

An adapted, illustrated and accessible edition of Mary Shelley’s adventure now featuring symbols alongside the text to support reading.

Enjoy Every Cherry’s new adaptation of Easier Classics’ Frankenstein featuring illustrations, sensory features and symbols to accompany the text to aid in reading comprehension and accessibility. Our shorter versions of the text allow for the same great stories to be delivered in a condensed but still equally fun and entertaining edition of Mary Shelley’s spooky book.

This story follows Victor Frankenstein as he finds out what will happen when he pushes the limits of science too far. After trying to create a human, he creates a frightening monster that will change his life forever …


Author Bio

Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley was an English novelist who wrote the Gothic novel Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus, which is considered an early example of science fiction.

Nick Moffatt has been a freelance illustrator for the past 20 years, working in film, television, advertising and animation. He has a real passion for storytelling and narratives. Recently his Beat generation book cover designs were highly commended in the World Illustration Awards.