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Nicu - The Littlest Vampire - Nicu - The Littlest Vampire - cover

Nicu - The Littlest Vampire - Nicu - The Littlest Vampire

Elias Zapple

Publisher: Heads or Tales Press

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Summary

4 books in 1! 'Fangless', 'Big Fangs', 'Blood, Blood Everywhere' and 'Dead Again'. Loads of illustrations and fun stories! 
Follow the adventures of Nicu, a little vampire living in the Carpathian Mountains of Transylvania, Romania. See how he withstands and stays strong in the face of bullying and manages to rise above it.

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