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Marshall Cavendish Children, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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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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User Review  - Cate Levinson - Goodreads

I expected to hate this book. I picked it up to peruse it, and there is just something about a transylvanian accent. I finally gave in during the scene where Asiago and Wendy share a nosh of baked ... Read full review

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User 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

About the author (2012)

Adam McHeffey is a musician and children's educator from Long Island, NY. After working at the Herman Agency, he wrote and illustrated his first picture book, Asiago, which School Library Journal called ?A funny and fresh introduction to one of the most vulnerable vampires ever depicted for a child audience.? He also illustrates The Secret Knock Club series by Louise Bonnett-Rampersaud. He graduated with a B.A. from SUNY Purchase College and currently lives in Brooklyn, New York.

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