Vlad the Drac by Ann Jungman
  

Synopsis

Vlad the Drac by Ann Jungman

When the Stone family take an Easter holiday in Romania Judy and Paul are very bored - that is until they meet a tiny vampire under a stone near Count Dracula's castle. Not only is the vampire very tiny, he is also a vegetarian with dreams of starring in horror films...Vlad persuades Judy and Paul to smuggle him back to London but the children decide to keep him a secret in case the vampire gets put in a museum or the zoo. Still a vampire left on his own all day can get terribly bored and find all kinds of mischief to pass the time. A very funny book that has stood the test of time and an entertaining look at the problems facing an outsider.

About the Author

Ann Jungman
Ann Jungman is the author of over a hundred books for children, specialising in mythical monsters being tamed by the modern world. Ann was born in London and still lives there, apart from two months a year spent in Australia.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
120 pages
Interest Age: From 7

Author

Ann Jungman
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Author's Website

www.annjungman.co.uk/

Publisher

Publication date

4th April 2013

ISBN

9781847804877


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