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Dracula and Frankenstein Are Friends

by Katherine Tegen

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In this book Dracula and Frankenstein are best friends and are always doing stuff together. Frankenstein usually lets Dracula plan everything they do even when he has come up with a good idea because Dracula has lived for a very long time and probably has better ideas. Well one day when they are at lunch Frankenstein says to Dracula that he wants to have a Halloween party and Dracula said that’s a great idea well Frankenstein tells Dracula what type of party he wants to have and Dracula did not like that so he decides to have a Halloween party of his own and they get upset with each other. Well Dracula goes to mail his invitations and sees Frankenstein’s in the mail box and somehow Frankenstein’s invitations disappeared and Dracula’s where in his mail box. Well Dracula’s party was a big success but he looked across at Frankenstein’s party where he was sitting all along and felt really bad and moved that party to Frankenstein’s house to make up for taking his invitations. The main idea is even though you may not like someone’s idea does not mean you can not do both ideas together.

One reason I like the book is that even though the characters are different they are best friends. For example in the book Dracula is outgoing and Frankenstein is shy. Another reason I like this book is that it shows friendships can go through rough patches, like when Dracula decided to have his own party and Frankenstein was upset. When Dracula realized that he hurt Frankenstein’s feelings he moved the party to Frankenstein’s house to make up with him. ( )
  bwinte3 | Apr 21, 2015 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0060001151, Hardcover)

Dracula and Frankenstein are friends. They have good times together, but when Dracula decides to have a Halloween party on the same day as Frankenstein's, their friendship is put to the test. Clever Dracula must decide if popularity is worth the price of his most important friendship, with mild-mannered Frankenstein.

These two classic characters have been re-created in this funny and revealing picture book, just right for the youngest of monsters!

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:18:15 -0400)

Dracula and Frankenstein are friends until they both decide to have a Halloween party and Dracula misplaces Frankenstein's invitations.

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