Reviews of the American Editions of The Little Vampire Book Series
 

 

THE VAMPIRE IN LOVE #5 

“Like many successful fantasies, the story works not only on the level of wish-fulfillment (especially for young Dracula fans), but also as a realistic portrait of such typical preteen concerns as school, family, and friends.” ALA Booklist

 

“Young fans of the series will be amused but never really frightened by Tony´s escapades, as he is always protected by his fearless companions.”  School Library Journal

 

“The series (My Friend, the Vampire...) ... features some undeniably funny scenes and a shrewd, plucky main character.” 

The Kirkus Reviews

 

 

THE VAMPIRE ON THE FARM #4 

“In the fourth funny book about a curious friendship, Tony Noodleman and his friend Rudolph the little vampire spend their summer vacation on a farm.”  The New York Times Book Review

 

 

THE VAMPIRE TAKES A TRIP #3

“This lighthearted fantasy is enhanced by whimsical cartoonlike illustrations. Those who enjoyed My Friend the Vampire and The Vampire Moves In will also enjoy Tony´s adventures here.”

School Library Journal

 

 

THE VAMPIRE MOVES IN #2

“Should show any anxious mother or father that horror stories are not only good clean fun but also provide a healthy release for the inchoate fears of childhood... The final pages ... leave the reader sighing with relief... 

... a book that is both scary and funny at the same time - palatable to parents as well as to children.” 

The New York Times Book Review

 

The faintly Goreyesque humor ... is entirely successful.”  The Horn Book Magazine

 

“Humorous ... sure to amuse.”  School Library Journal

 

 

MY FRIEND THE VAMPIRE #1

“Comical ... humorous drawings spark the entertaining story.”  The Horn Book Magazine

 

“The vampire trappings, the problems of having a vampire for a friend, and the humor will hold children´s attention.”

 School Library Journal