Book Review: Vampire Boy’s Good Night, by Lisa Brown

Vampire Boy's Goodnight

When the sun goes down
and everything is wonderfully cold and dark, a vampire boy and a little
witch go searching for children in the night.

But this is no ordinary night. It is Halloween, and what they find may surprise them. . . .


 The idea behind this story is really cute.  It is about a vampire boy named Bela, and his witch friend Morgan.  They go in search of real children on Halloween night.  Morgan doesn’t believe that children are real, and Bela wants to prove that they are.  The writing is simple and straightforward, and compliments the illustrations well (probably because it was both written and illustrated by Lisa Brown).  

While this isn’t my favorite Halloween book, it is a cute read and children will enjoy it.  It was a book that I didn’t really love, but didn’t hate. It is available in both hardcover and kindle versions.

Reading level: Ages 3 and up
Hardcover: 32 pages
Publisher: HarperCollins (July 27, 2010)

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    Adriana Garcia
    July 9, 2013 at 9:36 pm

    Too bad you didn't like it so much. The concept of the story and the cover scream read me!

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