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How to get rid of a vampire : using ketchup, garlic cloves and a bit of imagination / J.M. Erre ; translated by Sander Berg ; illustrated by Clemence Lallemand.

By: Erre, J. M, 1971- [author.].
Contributor(s): Lallemand, Clemence, 1977- [illustrator.] | Berg, Sander [translator.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookDescription: 171 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.ISBN: 9781846884221 .Subject(s): Vampires -- Children's fiction | Teachers -- Children's fiction | Books and reading -- Children's fiction | Schools -- Children's fictionDDC classification: 843.92 Summary: Zazie has just received a beautiful new notebook, and decides to keep a diary. Brimming with imagination, she writes down her impressions of her cat Roudoudou, her awful cousin Lucas and her new teacher, Mr. Labat - who, with his pale skin and blood-red lips, must surely be a vampire! In order to save her life and those of her classmates, Zazie must find a way to get rid of Mr. Labat - and what better way than by following the advice found in Bram Stoker's 'Dracula'.
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<p>Zazie has just received a beautiful new notebook, and decides to keep a diary. Brimming with imagination, she writes down her<br> impressions of her cat Roudoudou, her awful cousin Lucas and her new teacher, Mr Labat - who, with his pale skin and blood-red lips, must surely be a vampire! In order to save her life and those of her classmates, Zazie must find a way to get rid of Mr Labat - and what better way than by following the advice found in Bram Stoker's Dracula...<br> Sparkling, funny and a bit wacky, How to Get Rid of a Vampire<br> (Using Ketchup, Garlic Cloves and a Bit of Imagination) is as entertaining and original as its brave and loveable heroine.</p>

Originally published in French, 2016.

Zazie has just received a beautiful new notebook, and decides to keep a diary. Brimming with imagination, she writes down her impressions of her cat Roudoudou, her awful cousin Lucas and her new teacher, Mr. Labat - who, with his pale skin and blood-red lips, must surely be a vampire! In order to save her life and those of her classmates, Zazie must find a way to get rid of Mr. Labat - and what better way than by following the advice found in Bram Stoker's 'Dracula'.

Ages 8+.

Translated from the French.

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