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Dracula - Kid Classics: The Classic Edition Reimagined Just-for-Kids! (Kid Classic #2)

Dracula - Kid Classics: The Classic Edition Reimagined Just-for-Kids! (Kid Classic #2)

By: Bram Stoker , Maïté Schmitt, Margaret Novak
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Share the classic horror tale of Dracula with young readers in this fun, illustrated chapter book! Perfectly spooky, beginner readers delight in this adaptation of Bram Stokers classic novel.

Now the classic novel by Bram Stoker is an illustrated storybook perfect for children! Kid Classics: Dracula is a fun way for kids to experience classic literature at their reading level--and just the right amount of spooky!

For years, the mysterious Count Dracula has terrorized Transylvania from the shadows of his great gothic castle; but when his latest victim--John Harker--makes a daring escape, the ancient vampire may have finally met his match! Told through the perspective of multiple characters, including vampire-hunter Van Helsing, beautiful schoolteacher Mina Harker, and even the loathsome Count himself, the story of Dracula has never been so much fun for kids to read.

This just-for-kids retelling of Bram Stoker’s classic Dracula:

  • Is an abridged, child-friendly version of Bram Stoker’s novel
  • Has just the right amount of scary
  • Features beautiful illustrated hardcover with illustrations in each chapter
  • Is perfect for homeschooling, school reading challenges, and beginning readers
  • Contributor(s): Bram Stoker , Maïté Schmitt , Margaret Novak
  • About the Contributor(s):

    Abraham “Bram” Stoker (1847–1912) was an Irish author known during his lifetime for his work as the personal assistant of actor Sir Henry Irving and business manager for Irving’s Lyceum Theater in London. Though Stoker wrote more than a dozen novels, he is today best known for his Gothic horror novel Dracula. Stoker’s early career included work as a theater critic as well as a member of the literary staff for The Daily Telegraph. After the publication of Dracula in 1897, he authored several more works including the horror novels The Lady of the Shroud and The Lair of the White Worm. The short story collection Dracula’s Guest and Other Weird Stories was published posthumously in 1914.

    Maite Schmitt was born in a little town near Strasbourg in France, close to the German border. Her love of old animation movies inspired her to study illustration and animation. She has illustrated numerous books and worked on a short film, A priori, which combines two of her favorite things: books and bats. Say hello at

    Margaret McGuire Novak is an editor and the author of several books. She lives with her family in Charlottesville, Virginia. Find her at
  • ISBN-13 9781951511258
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 128
  • Dimensions: 8.24(h) x 6.62(w) x 0.64(d) inches
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