(Pdf Kindle ePUB) Dear Dracula ↠ Joshua Williamson

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Dracula that he wants to be a real vampire on Halloween this year Sam is in for uite a surprise as the most famous of all vampires himself. This was remarkably bad Let s overlook dull dialogue like I like snow Me too and get straight to the heart of the matterHere s how I understand it Sam loves Dracula than anything else but he doesn t know that vampires drink blood sleep in coffins and are unable to see their own reflections Um And then in the end when he learns that maybe being a vampire isn t so great It s nice just being a kid What exactly am I supposed to glean from that Two stars for the art

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Dear Dracula

Sam loves scary movies especially the ones with Dracula This year instead of writing to Santa for Christmas Sam writes to Dracula telling. I know I m not the intended demographic when it comes to Dear Dracula but I found this to be a touch too corny I am of the belief that adults should be able to enjoy a children s book seeing as they will likely be reuested to read it at least a dozen times

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Responds in this fun and fanciful romp through a young boy's imagination drawn in an engaging style that will delight young and old alike. Fun children s book in which a boy obsessed with Dracula writes to his idol who pays him an unexpected visit Sam learns that maybe being a vampire isn t as much of a good idea as he first thoughtShort and sweet


10 thoughts on “Dear Dracula

  1. says:

    Sam loves movies especially scary ones And when he sees Dracula he becomes obsessed Sam sees a Dracula doll that he really wants but his grandmother tells him to ask Santa to get it for him for ChristmasSam does write a letter but not to Santa I read this book because I saw its movie adaption when it premiered on Cartoon Network in October I loved the movie watched it whenever it was on and decided I need to re

  2. says:

    4 12 stars I loved this story

  3. says:

    I know I'm not the intended demographic when it comes to Dear Dracula but I found this to be a touch too corny I am of the belief that adults should be able to enjoy a children's book seeing as they will likely be reuested

  4. says:

    I recently saw the movie made from this book Obviously they added so much to the movie and took away a few things the book

  5. says:

    This was remarkably bad Let's overlook dull dialogue like I like snow Me too and get straight to the heart of the matterHere's how I understand it Sam loves Dracula than anything else but he doesn't know that vamp

  6. says:

    What would it be like to be a real vampire? Sam who watches Dracula at the movies is really curious about the answer and thinks he w

  7. says:

    Sam liked movies with vampire named Dracula He decided one day to write count a letter and to his surprise his wishes come true and count made him very happy no blood just fun and games between boy and vampire charming and funny

  8. says:

    Fun children's book in which a boy obsessed with Dracula writes to his idol who pays him an unexpected visit Sam learns that maybe being a vampire isn't as much of a good idea as he first thoughtShort and sweet

  9. says:

    read for NoveList booklists

  10. says:

    Young Sam manages to meet and inspire his idol Dracula The illustrations are expressive and engaging the variation in panels is sophisticated

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