How to be a Vampire

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Pocket Books, 1996 - Juvenile Fiction - 125 pages
7 Reviews
One morning, Andrew woke up undead.

First there were the bite marks on his neck. Then he tried to eat garlic...yikes! And now he's got this weird urge to sleep upside down.

Not that Andrew minds turning into a vampire. He'll be able to stay up all night, fly, and scare his sister silly. Cool!

But then Andrew meets his vampire teacher, one really scary guy.

Andrew isn't ready for a lesson on how to sleep in a coffin-- or how to drink blood!

But does he have a choice?

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Review: How to Be a Vampire (Ghosts of Fear Street #13)

User Review  - Sami C - Goodreads

Not too scary, but not too dumbed down. When I read this back in the day, I didn't know what a bagel was. Now, whenever I have one, I think of this book. Read full review

Review: How to Be a Vampire (Ghosts of Fear Street #13)

User Review  - Diana Ramdial - Goodreads

Its is such a good book Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
7
Section 3
15
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

R.L. STINE, the creator of Ghosts of Fear Street, has written almost one hundred scary novels for kids. The Ghosts of Fear Street series, like the Fear Street series, takes place in Shadyside and centers on the scary events that happen to people on Fear Street.

When he isn't writing, R.L. Stine likes to play pinball on his very own pinball machine, and explore New York City with his wife, Jane, and fifteen-year-old son, Matt.

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