Living with Vampires

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Capstone, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 59 pages
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In order to have an opportunity to spend time with the heavenly Miranda at a school dance, Kevin Vlad will have to let his vampire parents help chaperone, but it's Kevin who may have to chaperone his parents to keep them from turning everyone into zombies.
 

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Jeremy Strong was born in Eltham, South East London, on November 18, 1949. He attended Wyborne Primary School in New Eltham, South East London from 1954 to 1960. After graduation, Strong went to York University and later trained to be a primary school teacher. At the time he began teaching he also started writing stories for children. His first story to be published was Smith's Tail, in 1978. Eventually he stopped teaching so that he could concentrate on writing for children. He has published more than fifty books. String has won The Children's Book Award 1997 for The Hundred-Mile-An-Hour Dog, Pirate Pandemonium won the 1998 Short Novel, Sheffield Children's Book Award, Dinosaur Pox was Highly Commended at the 2000 Sheffield Children's Book Award, Mad Iris was shortlisted for the 2003 Portsmouth Children's Book Award, My Mun's Going to Explode won the 2002 Nottingham Big 3 Award, and was also shortlisted for the 2002 Children's Book Award, My Granny's Great Escape was shortlisted for the 1998 Children's Book Award and Living with Vampires won the Short Novel, 2001 Sheffield Children's Book Award.

Scoular Anderson was born in Scotland and attended the Art School in Glasgow. His first name is actually Tom, but when he was a year old his mother decided she didn't like that name so she started calling him by his middle name instead. "Scoular" was actually the last name of his great and great-great grandparents. Scoular once worked at a newspaper stand, and as an art teacher where he taught students not to stick paintbrushes down the sink drain.

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