home search top 50 review playtime links about say hi
 
mrs mad's book-a-rama!
Young Dracula
by Michael Lawrence (more about Michael Lawrence) 1550/490 illustrated by Chris Mould
first published 2002
Humour for ages 8 to 13 published by Barrington Stoke
Mrs Mad's humble opinion
9/10 Very good. I am pleased with this.
What's it about?
A funny history of the young Dracula!
What happens?
Wilfred is a vampire, not just any vampire, his father is Count Dracula! So why does Wilfred find it so hard to be like his family? He prefers milk to blood, loves the sunshine and dreams of living on a farm. Not what you would expect from a blood sucking monster! Then one day he meets Smirk and his life will never be the same again!
Is it easy to read?
Barrington Stoke books are specifically written to appeal to reluctant readers. Text is large and well spaced and there are illustrations to help the reader as well.
Anything else?
Another brilliant read from this wonderful publisher. The story is funny and well written. As always the illustrations make it even more interesting. This book will appeal to 8-13 yr olds with a minimum reading age of 8.
Other books by Michael Lawrence include The Poltergoose.
Who says so?
This review by Mrs Mad.
The publisher reckons...
A funny history of the young Dracula and how he was accidentally swapped at birth. His formative years are spent wondering why he feels so different from his parents - like why does he prefer blood to milk?
And what do you think?
Send a reviewTell Mrs Mad what you think about this book!


Young Dracula cover
Fun?
ratingratingratingrating
Easy to Read?
ratingratingratingrating
Send a reviewRead it? Then tell me about it!
Try one of theseLiked it? Then try one of these
More books by Michael LawrenceMore books by Michael Lawrence
Send a reviewTell your friends about this book!

Mrs Mad's Book-a-Rama HomePage
©Copyright ISNT Limited 1998-2017 All rights reserved. Artwork by Ruth Kilgallon.