When Vlad, the vegetarian vampire from Romania, decides to write a travel book for vampires, he insists on the entire Stone family helping him with his research. They travel all over the world - to London, New York, Rome, Amsterdam, Paris, Disneyworld, Liverpool - causing chaos wherever they go.
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Ann Jungman is a prolific children's author whose titles include the ever-popular Vlad the Drac and Leila's Magical Monster Party. Her first book for Frances Lincoln was Cinderella and the Hot Air Balloon, illustrated by Russell AytoFrom AudioFile:
London, Paris, Amsterdam and New York will never be the same following a visit by the ebullient vegetarian vampire, Vlad, and his guests, the Stone family. Brian Cant's Vlad is appropriately larger-than-life, a thoroughly convincing and unique protagonist, who delights and infuriates us as much as he does his long-suffering fellow travellers. Cant successfully differentiates secondary characters by age, gender and nationality, adding just a touch of parody, which adds to the humor. His experience and skill as a presenter of children's programming greatly enhance this work. He infuses the energy and wit hinted at, but never consummated, by the author and pulls off a performance that will appeal to young audiences. B.M.W. (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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Book Description Collins, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0006743773