The Drackula family has a long and honourable tradition of vampirism, but things have slipped somewhat.
At least Grandpa Drackula upholds the old family traditions and tries to pass them on to the younger generation…
Nocturnal vandalism by the fountain, mysterious disappearances, a dragon that snores flames, dark deeds on Friday the thirteenth, a midnight theft in the kitchen, the Hound of the Baskervilles, a pocket-sized werewolf, and Lappish witchcraft… it’s never been so much fun to be afraid, but make sure that the adults dont get too frightened to turn the pages!
Foreign rights information
- German (Oetinger, 1999)
- Japanese (Kaisei-Sha, 1992)
- Swedish (Rabén & Sjögren, 1992)