When your best friend sleeps all day in a coffin, flies about at night in a black cloak and has two sharp eye-teeth, you know that are in for the unexpected....
|Title||:||The Little Vampire on the Farm|
|Number of Pages||:||139 Pages|
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The Little Vampire on the Farm Reviews
Anton and his parents arrive on the farm, where Rüdiger has already settled in. He seems to have trouble feeding himself, which makes him appear slightly creepy and, well, vampire-like when he first sees Anton. I don't know if it's the farm, but Rüdiger seems even more childish, confrontational and a general dick than usual, in addition to flat out lying and causing him and Anton falling out.Anton's father has mellowed since the first book, but his mother is increasingly annoyed about Anton's obsession about vampires. In this volume she's desperately trying to change Anton into her and forcing him to be something he's not, which was depressing and infuriating. Let the kid be passionate about what he wants, for Christ's sake! There are worse things than reading books, and it's certainly not something to get pissed off about.Interestingly, she also seems to think that fresh country air smelling of cow shit is not bad, unlike the musty smell of the grave she's always complaining about in Anton's room. Having grown up in the countryside, I can say that cow shit DOES NOT smell better than soil. Or maybe she just didn't smell any cow shit, and the vampire smell is something entirely different than just soil.The countryside setting didn't prove to be as interesting or exciting as it could have been, despite Rüdiger having trouble with the "monsters" of the farm and getting very close to being imprisoned/killed.
I first read this as a young teenager (possibly younger), and it is one of the only books I’ve re-read a few times.I still have my original copy of this with my maiden name written in pencil inside the front cover .Fond memories of this book :-) I loved the TV series at the time too. I tried watching it a few years ago, and it was quite terrible. Oh how we see things differently as we age and technology improves, ha ha :-)
Quando si parla di ricordi di infanzia, impossibile rimanere obbiettivi: per questo non me la sento di dare una valutazione a questo libro.I primi tre fanno parte delle mie letture di bambina, questo mi è capitato in mano dopo la riedizione che ne ha fatto giunti. Che dire, quindi, se non delizioso? Attendo ora i capitoli successivi per rimettermi in pari dopo quasi una trentina di anni.
I loved this book because tony believed in vampires and his parents didn’t. tony didn’t want to go anywhere else but their mum said you can go somewhere like the farm then his parents dragged him to the car and went to the farm when they got there tony saw the person who was in charge of it and it was an old lady who looked like a scaredy cat but she wasn’t. She could ride horses, she could milk cows, and she could stand around chickens that’s kind of annoying. The most annoying thing was that he had to sleep with a lady and man. so he went to bed and he heard these weird noises in the coffin so he got really scared and he was brace enough to go there and see what was there so he peeped in and saw a pig jump on his face and he was screaming so much until the lady and the man saw him. I gave it 5 stars because there wasn’t anything bad and there wasn’t any bad bits. There are quite a few funny bits.
This was one of two books presented to me when I left primary school in July 1986.I can't find an exact copy of the edition I received, so have opted for this one. Mine featured a cover picture of the young actor who played the part of the little vampire in the then popular TV series of that name.Hard to remember much about it all these years on, but I reckon I will have read it twice, as I was hooked on the TV series and was delighted to receive this as one of my "leaving" books.
A dodici anni, Soobie scriveva:Quarto libro della saga. Si svolge prevalentemente in campagna nel paesino di Duecase, dove compaiono lo spaventoso dottor Stöbermann e il suo cane che assomiglia ad un vitello. Bel libro.
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Still very much in love with this one, too.
Anton is reaaally stupid and annoying in this book.
Figuras fantásticas: Vampiro.