The Vampire's Missing Cape
What’s a Vampire to Do Without His Famous Outfit?
by Steve Stables
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Pub Date 24 Feb 2023 | Archive Date 22 Feb 2023
The Vampire’s Missing Cape is A Funny, Hilarious, Rhyming, Read Aloud Children's Picture Book that your Kids will treasure.
The vampire flies from his cave and is captivated by the bright lights of the city. He enters a Dancing club, before he knows it, the cool, funky beats moved through his arms and down to his feet. Dancing away the night the Vampire suddenly got hot and sweaty, leaving the dancefloor to have a rest. He found another room where there was nobody around and took off his cape off to cool down. He stepped outside to get some fresh air, when entering back into the room his Cape had gone.
What would happen to the Vampire without his Famous fashion accessory?
How would he cope to this terrible news?
This a story teaches children never to give up hope when things seem bad.
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Average rating from 20 members
This was such a fun little story for me amd my kids!
They love when books rhyme, and this one had them giggling from the illustrations!
Definitely a great book for kids and adults alike
My seven-year-old cackled through the whole thing. "Would you believe it was there the whole time?!"
Fun, easy to read, and received lots of laughs!
I love this! Get this book for your little siblings or your kids,they will love it! As soon as I was done reading this I gave it to my little brother and he LOVED it so much,he wanted the book to be longer lol.
Thus was a fun children book. The pictures was great and bold . My child thought this was a good quick story. She liked the vampire bat and thought it was funny he lost his cape . We would recommend this book
A vampire flies out of his cave. He finds himself attracted to a dance hall. He goes inside. What will he do? He takes off his cape as he gets hot and lies it down on a table. When he goes back to get it, it’s gone. Who took it?
A fun book to read about a vampire. It is not a scary story about vampires. I found myself laughing and enjoying this picture book. The illustrations are perfect for the story. Don’t miss out!
It was a short but funny read. The vampire stressing about wanting to eat, grooving to music and stressing again after losing his cape was hilarious.
It's definitely a book for children but who says adults can't enjoy a short, relaxing read?
I loved this book. There's no doubt in it. I've always loved reading about vampires and creepy things. Well, in general reading anything on vamp isn't fun but dreadful. But this picture book is hilarious. The writting are easy to understand and I loved when it rhymed in between the illustrations.
Kids going to love it cause this book is funny the author turned something scary into a funny forgetful character.
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I really enjoyed this short kids story and liked how the author turned something that could be scary for young kids into someone they could identify with. Vampires can have issues with losing or misplacing their things just like us! I really enjoyed the artwork and the writing was clear and precise. If my kids were younger I would have definitely used this as a bedtime story during the fall season!
The Vampire's Missing Cape is a laugh out loud rhyming book that is sure to engage all young readers. It ties fantasy and real life together with bring the Vampire into a normal party while he is warm he misplaces his cape. This leads to him searching a bit but able to recover it.
I love spooky kid books & I would get this one for my daughter. The artwork is lovely. I wish there was a bit more to the story but I say that about a lot of kid books. I saw a review saying it has "nudity" so it's inappropriate but it doesn't show private parts & it's not made to look suggestive. The human body is not inherently dirty or inappropriate.
I got this as an ebook from NetGalley to review
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