Picture Book Review: Un Vampiro Peligrozo

Un Vampiro Peligrozo by José Carlos Andrés

Un Vampiro Peligrozo
by José Carlos AndrésGómez (Illustrator)
5 out of 5 stars

A little vampire tries to scare a girl, but he isn’t scary at all, and she only laughs at him. He needs to pass his exam to become a vampire, or he will be forced to work with the banana peelers. With the help of some adorable werewolves and bats and a friendly ghost, the little vampire might be able to give the girl a big scare, but only if she plays along and pretends to be scared.

Un pequeño vampiro intenta asustar a una nina, pero él no da miedo en absoluto y ella solo se ríe de él. Necesita aprobar su examen para ser vampiro, o se verá obligado a trabajar con los peladores de platanos. Con la ayuda de unos adorables hombres lobo y murciélagos y un fantasma amistoso, el pequeño vampiro podría darle un gran susto a la niña, pero solo si ella sigue el juego y finge estar asustada.

I love this cute book! It’s perfect for little kids because it isn’t scary. It might help to assure children that there is nothing to really be afraid of, but sometimes it’s fun to pretend to be scared.

¡Amo este lindo libro! Es perfecto para los niños pequeños porque no da miedo. Puede ayudar asegurarles a los niños que no hay nada a lo que temer realmente, pero a veces es divertido fingir estar asustado.

The illustrations are bright and expressive, bringing a lot of humor to the story. I love the crayon art style, and the cute background characters.

Las ilustraciones tienen colores brillantes y son expresivas, aportando mucho humor a la historia. Me encanta el estilo artístico con crayones y los simpáticos personajes en el cuento.

This book is available in many languages, including Spanish and English.

Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for a free and honest review. All the opinions stated here are my own true thoughts, and are not influenced by anyone.

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