Casketball Capers

Casketball Capers

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When the students of St. Orlok's Elementary School for Vampires face a cheating werewolf in a game of casketball, nine-year-old Lee Price asks his friend, Boris the bat, for help.
Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : Albert Whitman, 2011, c2010.
ISBN: 9780807584637
Characteristics: 89 p. :,ill. ;,20 cm.
Additional Contributors: Harrison, Chris


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vpl_childrens Dec 15, 2015

Reading level: grade 2. Interest level: ages 6-10. At St. Orlok’s school for vampires students learn to do things like how to cook without garlic. But one day their teacher shows them how to turn into a bat, which is not as easy as she makes it look… but it’s fun when you get the “hang” of it! An easy chapter book with nice, big print. (Vampire School series)

branch_reviews Apr 28, 2012

Nine-year old Lee enjoys going to school – but unlike other nine year old you might know he goes to school at night. Why? That’s because he is a vampire and a pretty smart one who knows stuff such as flossing his fangs and cooking without garlic. Life is exciting for Lee and his school friends Billy and Bella – who are learning how to become bats and fly. (The trick is simple: visualize!). These young vampire kids face a challenge when they play a game of casketball -which is a vampire sport much like basketball, only you have to shoot the ball into a casket instead of a basket. The team of werewolves they are playing against is cheating – can the young vampires come up with a plan to foil them?
The font size and the corny illustrations are appropriate for young readers who are moving beyond chapter books. This attractive first book in a series has an easy pace, interesting topics and endearing vampire friends.
Reviewed by KB

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