Little Vampire by Joann Sfar

Posted February 17th, 2011 by Yefet

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Little Vampire is a great book. It sounds a bit scary but it’s actually really funny. All the stories were a bit creepy though. And one is just gross, like parts of dead bodies.  It’s kind of like a comic book with three stories in it.  I think the pictures are funny looking because there are monsters coming out of the ground and skeletons out of graves.

The vampire is actually nice. The vampire goes to school and does other stuff that a normal kid would do. The vampire and all monsters go to the same school as humans do, but the monsters go at night. The vampire wants friends so he starts writing in a human’s notebook and then the teacher finds out so the vampire has to bring the kid whose notebook he was writing in to the Captain the Dead.  That part was scary, but it was the funny kind of scary. I think that other kids should read the first story if they’re not easily scared.

The second story is a bit weird but I think it was funny. There are giant dog ghosts and other creepy things. The funny things about it is that it involves someone falling into a barrel full of poop! Note: if a parent is reading this please do not think twice before letting a child read this book because it is not always about poop!

The third story is the one with the body parts. I think this book is the same as a good ghost story. I don’t like pictures of most ghost stories but I liked this one especially for its pictures.

Yefet

I am eight years old. I live on a farm. I take care of animals like goats and cats. I live in Darlington, Wisconsin.

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