The most horrible summer vacations ever have started for Tony since his parents split up. When suddenly vampire Anna the Toothless stands in his room again, Tony realizes how much he has missed her and her brother Rudolph Sackville-Bagg. Tony still hasn’t changed into a vampire yet, however, he has stopped being a true human either after all his adventures with the vampires.
Shall Tony answer the question of all questions to become a vampire? When Tony is kidnapped by vampire Olga and bloodthirsty Dorothy, Anna and Rudolph’s aunt, only Anna’s forbidden ointment can save him from the bloody-minded vampires. But how is Tony to make an ultimate decision after this terrible experience? Should he opt for his former life or for a life as a Vampire?
This book is suitable for readers between 9 and 12 years of age.
Angela Sommer-Bodenburg was born in Reinbek near Hamburg, Germany. She graduated from the University of Hamburg in 1972 where she studied education, psychology, and sociology. She became a teacher of first through fourth graders at a school in Hamburg where she had been teaching for twelve years (1972-1984). Since 1984, she has been a freelance writer and painter. To date, more than 40 books have been published which include poetry; picture books; novels; and the 20 volume book series “The Little Vampire.