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Roses Are Dread, Violets Are Boo: A Vampire Valentine Story

by Michelle Poploff

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0439260760, Paperback)

Wanda Doomsday only has one friend, and as Valentine¹s Day approaches, she fears she¹ll only get one Valentine. Wanda comes up with the perfect plan to make more friends: she¹ll invite her baker uncle to come to school to teach the class to make Valentine¹s Day cookies. But when Uncle Vex slips on Wanda¹s skateboard and has to stay home, it takes some quick thinking to make her plan a success.

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Wanda Doomsday is hoping to get lots of valentines but the kids in her class think she and her spooky family are just plain weird. Can Uncle Vex and his tasty treats help save the day? Kid vampire Wanda Doomsday has only one friend, and as Valentine's Day approaches, she fears she'll get only one valentine. When Wanda's Uncle Vex, a famous pastry chef, comes to visit, Wanda cooks up a plan. Illustrations.… (more)

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