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Trick or Treat

Diary of an Accidental Vampire

Margaret R Blake



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Margaret R Blake
18 February 2020
Fiction & Literature; Monsters & legendary beings; Fantasy & magical realism (Children's&YA); Humour & jokes (Children's&YA)
Nigel D Tranter is a 15 year old lad who has no ambition, no prospects and no idea. But he does have friends - or two at least. Then to his surprise and delight he receives an invite to a Halloween party. However, this is not just any old party - it is the party of the year. Sadly though ... afterwards, he doesn't remember a thing about it the next morning.

Overtime, his friends fill him in on the details, but they are not what he's hoping to hear.
By:   Margaret R Blake
Imprint:   Margaret R Blake
Dimensions:   Height: 210mm,  Width: 148mm,  Spine: 7mm
Weight:   154g
ISBN:   9780648765417
ISBN 10:   0648765415
Pages:   122
Publication Date:   18 February 2020
Audience:   Young adult ,  Preschool (0-5)
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Reviews for Trick or Treat: Diary of an Accidental Vampire

4.0 out of 5 stars Light-hearted adventure full of fun and humour. By Jennifer Douglas - Publicist. Trick or Treat - Diary of an Accidental Vampire by Margaret R Blake is a light read that is full of enjoyable and amusing moments. Suitable for the middle-grade reader, Trick or Treat is written in diary format being told from the point of view of Nigel D Tranter. Nigel D Tranter is a sweet kid who is easy to relate to. With a boy in the schoolyard image, young teens will delight in the antics of Nigel and his mates and their desire to be accepted not only by family but by peers. Within Trick or Treat Margaret R Blake has created a fiction full of light-hearted adventure, fun and humor providing a novel that is an enjoyable read. Trick or Treat - Diary of an Accidental Vampire by Margaret R Blake is an all year round read that provides the fun that fiction holds. This is a book that will encourage the struggling reader to turn the pages, with the short diary extracts lending themselves to small amounts of reading at one time. It's layout provides the new reader with the opportunity to set small reading goals, creating a sense of achievement.

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