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Each book in this series presents a fun "autobiography" of a popular mythical character. Amusingly illustrated and with simple levelled text, the books will be sure to hook in reluctant readers. The autobiographical style and text in the first person will also make the books work well as example of Common Core genres and text types. In this book, Count Dracula tells his story.
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"In cheerful tones, legendary characters patter, describing themselves and offering bits of history and assorted beliefs held about them in different parts of the world. . . .These interesting folklore tales may appeal to readers making their first forays into nonfiction." - School Library Journal
November 1, 2015
"Introducing Bram Stoker’s fictional vampire in an autobiographical format, this volume attempts to answer questions about Dracula using “source” material and connects historical figure Vlad the Impaler with Stoker’s character. . . .kids will learn the basics about this literary character. The illustrations are mildly amusing." - Nonfiction Notes from the Horn Book
October 24, 2016
Catherine Chambers was born in Adelaide, Australia, and was brought up in the UK. She has written about 120 books for children and young adults on all kinds of subjects, including history, biographies, science and the arts.
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