Araminta Spookie 4: Vampire Brat

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Harper Collins, Sep 1, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 194 pages
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Araminta thinks something horrible is hiding in the deep, hidden passages of Spookie House—could it be a werewolf? Add to that the arrival of Uncle Drac's creepy nephew, Max, and Araminta knows things will never be the same. Max is Wanda's new best friend, and Araminta finds him annoying. She comes up with a plan to figure out what Max is up to—and also to capture the werewolf. But will it work?


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this is a wonderful book when i was reading it i couldn't stop when i got home i jumping in my bed and read and read i wish there was no stop but of couse there was :)and i was onlying in 4th grade and a little easy but still fun
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Angie Sage was born in London in 1952. Although she initially attended medical school, she left to study graphic design and illustration at an art school in Leicester, England. After graduation, she began illustrating books and then later moved onto writing. She is the author of two children's series: Septimus Heap and Araminta Spookie.

Jimmy Pickering has illustrated a number of picture books, including "Bubble Trouble" by Stephen Krensky and "Sloop John B: A Pirate's Tale" by Alan Jardine. He also creates original art, which he shows at galleries around the globe including CoproNason in Santa Monica, California and Rotofugi in Chicago. He lives on the North Coast of Oregon with his loyal canine companions, Pugsley, Wednesday and Jesse.

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