Ma and Pa Dracula

Ma and Pa Dracula Jonathan Primave usually sleeps during the day and stays awake all night One day he goes outdoors in the middle of the afternoon meets a girl named Tobi and discovers that the life he has been leadi

  • Title: Ma and Pa Dracula
  • Author: Ann M. Martin
  • ISBN: 9780590438285
  • Page: 361
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ma and Pa Dracula

    Jonathan Primave usually sleeps during the day and stays awake all night One day he goes outdoors in the middle of the afternoon, meets a girl named Tobi, and discovers that the life he has been leading is far from normal Jonathan confronts his parents and learns their terrible secret they re vampires

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    1. Josiah

      Most of Ann M. Martin's standalone novels are markedly realistic, written with an underlying sense of absolute authenticity in the tradition of Kevin Henkes, Judy Blume and Margaret Wise Brown. Even in a story like Ma and Pa Dracula, obviously classifiable as fantasy literature, Ann M. Martin retains her realistic view of the world; and, most importantly, of human emotions. There's no magic ending to be had in this book, no wave of a spell-caster's wand to undo all mistakes at the last minute an [...]

    2. Yvensong

      This fun little story for young people surprised me. It was whimsical and thoughtful. The MC is a young boy who has been living a very sheltered life which takes a radical turn when the family moves (once again) to a new home. He sneaks out and discovers the world is nothing like he had been told and that his parents are not exactly normal. These revelations affect him deeply and brings about some large changes in his life.Even though this is fantasy, this is a poignant look at family and the co [...]

    3. Leslie

      I first read this book years ago, and I was prompted to pick it up again thanks to a Plinky prompt about children's books (my answer found here). It's the typical story of a boy named Jonathan who finds out his parents aren't the nocturnal blood bank technicians he thought they were. They are, in fact, VAMPIRES. (Ooooh!) These vampires adopted their very mortal son apparently because they wanted someone pink and warm-blooded to love which is weird since they never seem to spend much time with hi [...]

    4. Angel

      Convencido de que lleva una vida normal, durmiendo durante el día y caminando por la noche para jugar y estudiar, mientras sus padres trabajan en el Banco de Sangre. Jonathan, de nueve años, queda sorprendido cuando accidentalmente descubre como viven las demás personas y la verdadera naturaleza de su familia.

    5. Jessica

      Easily one of my favorite childhood books. This story 's perspective provides a great "twist" of the usual vampire stories. It's incredibly entertaining and provides some subtle life lessons. It's a book I share with my own children every year.

    6. Ming

      I have to admit that it was interesting reading a vampire book that did not have vampires being scary at all, but rather exploring their daily challenges of living amongst humans. This was thusly a pretty good book.

    7. Miguel Soto

      Un librito para niños muy divertido, sobre un niño que es adoptado, pero sus padres adoptivos son vampiros. Me encantó por el mensaje de fondo: siempre creemos que la manera propia de hacer las cosas es la única, hasta que nos encontramos con la diferencia.Muy padre.

    8. Christopher

      This Young Adult story is about a young boy named Jonathan. He can't go outside during the day, because he sleeps during the daytime. But he eventually finds out his parents are vampires.This is a fun little story for young kids. As a fan of Young Adult books, I enjoyed it.

    9. Danii

      Uno de mis favorito durante mi infancia. Lo había "olvidado", lo compre y lo releí. Obviamente no es el mejor libro pero me gusto bastante. (le doy 5 porque me sentí niña de nuevo)

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