Marshall Cavendish Children, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
Asiago is a vampire, and like all vampires, he avoids the sun, wood and garlic, so when his friends invite him to the beach, he gets a sunburn, a wooden splinter in his foot and a stomachache from eating clams with garlic sauce, but luckily, his friends come up with a clever solution that makes it possible for Asiago to enjoy the beach.
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Review: AsiagoUser Review - Alex Galarza - Goodreads
Asiago, the young vampire, spends a day at the beach. But it quickly become clear that the beach is no place for a vampire. Read full review
Review: AsiagoUser Review - Shelli - Goodreads
Asiago loves to hang out with his friends. However, being a vampire puts certain limitations on how he can spend time with them. A trip to the beach?? This could be problematic. Read full review