Tony is a nine-year-old horror story addict, so he can hardly believe his luck when a little vampire called Rudolph lands on his windowsill one evening. Together the two have a series of hilarious adventures involving visits to Rudolph's home - The Vampire Family Vault - where Tony hears chilling tales of the cemetery keeper (the vampires' sworn enemy) and narrowly escapes the clutches of Rudolph's Great-Aunt Dorothy. The story reaches its climax at a disastrous supper party to which Tony has rashly invited the vampire and his sister, Anna, to meet his parents. The story, with its vampire protagonists, is known for its generous dose of offbeat humour.
This is Book 1 in the Little Vampire Series. See all Little Vampire books here.
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Angela Sommer-Bodenburg is a German-American author and painter, who lives with her husband in New Mexico. She has published more than 40 books, which have been translated into more than 35 languages. Her works include poetry, novels, stage plays, picture books, short stories, and the The Little Vampire series which has been adapted several times for stage,More about Angela Sommer-Bodenburg