Location Author Title
SERIES POISON Ames, Ruth This totally bites! (Poison Apple)
Twelve-year-old Emma-Rose Paley has always felt different from her bubbly, outgoing parents. Unlike them, Emma-Rose has pale skin and jet-black hair, is quiet and moody, and prefers gray weather to sunshine. She also hates the taste of garlic, has very sharp incisors, and loves rare burgers. When Emma-Rose uncovers a dark family secret, she has a sudden revelation. Could Emma-Rose be a real, live vampire?


Bigarella, Ivan Return of the vampire (Creepella von Cacklefur)
A mysterious old friend of Grandpa Frankenstein shows up one night on the doorstep of Cacklefur Castle. He's a vampire-- and he needs the von Cacklefur family's help. His ancient castle has been infested by strange and troublesome monsters and ghosts, and he's afraid he'll have to move out because of them! ... It's up to Creepella and her family and friends to help this vampire save his home.
J BRE Brezenoff, Steven Bites (Ravens Pass)
Twelve-year-old Collin Bertram and his family have just moved to Ravens Pass, and he is disturbed when his new acquaintance Tucker tells him about the vampire attacks--but not for the reason you might think.
SERIES BAILEY Dadey, Debbie Dracula doesn’t play kickball (The Adventures of the Bailey Street School Kids)
Just when you thought it was safe to go out on the playground... Drac is back! There are some odd grown-ups living in Bailey City. But could the school's new playground monitor really be the most famous vampire of all? The Bailey School Kids are going to find out!
SERIES BAILEY Dadey, Debbie Dracula doesn’t rock-n-roll (The Adventures of the Bailey Street School Kids)
Could Mr. Drake, the Bailey School guidance counselor, really be the lead singer of a vampire rock band? It's up to the Bailey School Kids to find out!
SERIES BAILEY Dadey, Debbie Dracula doesn’t drink lemonade (The Adventures of the Bailey Street School Kids)
The Bailey School kids are starting to wonder if they will ever have a normal teacher. Mr. Drake, the new guidance counsellor, wants to stop the fighting around school. But he has some strange habits. Could he really be a vampire?
SERIES BAILEY Dadey, Debbie Vampires don’t wear polka dots (The Adventures of the Bailey Street School Kids)

There are some pretty weird grown-ups living in Bailey City. But could the new third grade teacher from the Transylvania Alps really be a vampire?

The Bailey School Kids are going to find out!

The third grade at Bailey Elementary was very hard to handle. Most teachers quit -and moved far away - after trying to teach them.

But Mrs. Jeepers was different. No one ever dared make her mad - because whenever they did, the strangest things would happen...

SERIES ZACK Greenburg, Dan Don’t count on Dracula (The Zack Files)
Zack enters a horror film fan contest, and he and his best friend win an evening with Mella Bugosi, an aging horror film star with a Transylvanian accent. It's not long before Zack notices Mella has some pretty odd habits: he avoids sunlight at all costs, he sleeps in a coffin, and...Zack hopes that's V-8 he's drinking! Could good old Mella be an actual vampire?
J GRE Greenburg, Dan The vampire’s curse (Secrets of Dripping Fang, book 3)
In an astounding turn of events, the Shluffmuffins twins' long-lost father has reappeared years after his tragic Porta Potti accident. Wally and Cheyenne, of course, are thrilled to see their dear old dad again. But would it be rude to point out how his skin appears to be rotting and falling off in chunks? Or that his breath smells distinctly like bloated roadkill? Come to think of it, he looks an awful lot like . . . well, a zombie. So imagine the twins' delight when they discover that their friend Professor Spydelle has developed a special life-restoring elixir, the only known cure for zombiism.
Hmmmm. Unfortunately, it seems there are still some kinks to work out on that special Elixir of Life. It cures Dad of his zombiism, only to turn him into . . . a vampire.
It would seem that things couldn't get much worse. But when two faces that look suspiciously like giant ants appear in Wally and Cheyenne's bedroom window one night, things take a turn from dismal . . . to dire.
J GRI Griffin, Adele The Knaveheart’s curse
Being a vegan vampire with no social graces hasn’t exactly made Maddy popular with other eleven-yearolds. But the day she befriends Dakota Underhill changes everything, even if Dakota only promises to be her friend for . . . well, for that day. Because when the leader of the Knavehearts—the most vicious of the Old World vampires—comes to town, Maddy realizes she’s going to need help. She’s not strong enough to face the villain alone, and there’s something special about Dakota that might make her the perfect person to team up with. . .
J GUT Gutman, Dan Miss Mary is scary! (My Weird School)
When a British student-teacher arrives, A. J. and his friends wonder if her all-black clothing and love of blood sausage mark her as a vampire, while Mr. Granite simply hopes her musician-boyfriend will stay away long enough for a math lesson.
J HOW Howe, Deborah Bunnicula
Move over Dracula! It looked like an ordinary bunny to Harold. But Harold was a dog by profession, so his judgment wasn't reliable - as he was the first to admit. But Chester, Harold's good friend and house-mate, was a very well-read cat and he knew there was something strange about Bunnicula. For one thing, he seemed to have fangs. And the odd markings on his back looked a little like a cape. But when Chester started finding white vegetables, drained dry, with two fang marks in them, he was sure Bunnicula was a vampire bunny.
So it was up to Chester - with Harold's help - to alert the members of their household before another carrot was lost . Because as Chester warned, "Today vegetables, tomorrow the world!"
J HOW Howe, James Bunnicula strikes again!

It's happening again. The Monroes's kitchen is littered with the remains of vegetables, drained of all color. To Chester, it's obvious: Bunnicula, the vampire rabbit, is up to his old tricks.

But Harold is more frightened for Bunnicula than of him. The poor bunny doesn't look too good. Is he sick? Or just unhappy? Or has Chester finally gone too far in his attempt to make the world safe for veggies?

One thing's for sure: Harold isn't going to let anything bad happen to his long-eared pal -- even if it means leaving the comfort of his home, losing his best friend, and risking his own life. And if he fails -- could this be the end of Bunnicula?

Don't miss any of the adventures of Harold, Chester, Howie, and the vampire bunny, Bunnicula!

J LAB Labatt, Mary Dracula madness
Sam is a sheepdog and a detective, but she is nothing like classic scaredy-dog Scooby-Doo. She doesn’t like having to move to a new town, worries about making friends, and loves to eat weird food combinations that her owners don’t want to give her (such as popcorn with ketchup). Her neighbor and walker, 10-year-old Jennie, can hear Sam’s thoughts, and they get along well. When Jennie takes Sam for a walk and shows her the spookiest house in town, they decide to investigate the reclusive owner, Mr. MacIver. When they see men delivering a large, long box, and they see a strange creature working in the basement, they think MacIver might be Dracula.
J MAR Marsh, Carol The mystery at Dracula’s castle: Transylvania, Romania
Mimi reads an ad and thinks, "Hmm, would this make a great vacation home for a mystery writing grandmother and her family and friends." Soon, Christina and Grant are whisked off aboard the Mystery Girl airplane with Mimi and Papa to Transylvania, Romania where they meet up with a strange real estate agent, tour the famous castle, meet some odd new kid friends, learn about vampires, and meet up with Count Dracula himself!


Mercer, Sienna Switched (My Sister the Vampire)

When Olivia Abbott moves to town, she's excited to join the cheerleading team and make new friends. Then she meets Ivy Vega. At first, Ivy, pale and dressed all in black, looks like Olivia's opposite. Then the girls look beyond the glittery pink blush and thick black eyeliner to discover they're identical—identical twins!

Olivia and Ivy are brimming with plans to switch places and pull every twin trick in the book. But Olivia soon discovers that she and Ivy aren't exactly the same. Ivy's a vampire. And she's not the only one in town.

Also in this series: Fangtastic!; Re-Vamped!; Vampalicious!; Take Two; Love Bites; Lucky Break.

J PAV Pavanello, Roberto The dancing vampire
Becca is so excited by her dance lessons that she does not even care that her neighbor and dance partner is a vampire--and it is up to Echo, the Bat Pack, and a talking parrot to make sure that this dance does not end in disaster.
SERIES AMERICAN Rand, Johnathan Virtual vampires of Vermont (American Chillers)
Mike and his friend Haley thought that the CD game was just a game. That is until they were literally pulled into its virtual reality. A reality where vampires exist... and these vampires are looking for them!


Roy, Ron The vampire’s vacation (A to Z Mysteries)
V is for Vampire . . .
Grab your garlic, Green Lawn! When Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose follow a pale, dark-haired stranger into Ellie’s Diner, he vanishes! But Ellie has a cut on her neck . . . or could it be a bite? Could there really be a vampire in Green Lawn? And could Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose be his next victims?
J SAG Sage, Angie Vampire brat (Araminta Spookie)

Araminta thinks something horrible is hiding in the deep, hidden passages of Spookie House—could it be a werewolf? Add to that the arrival of Uncle Drac's creepy nephew, Max, and Araminta knows things will never be the same. Max is Wanda's new best friend, and Araminta finds him annoying. She comes up with a plan to figure out what Max is up to—and also to capture the werewolf. But will it work?

Also in this series: My Haunted House; The Sword in the Grotto; Frognapped; Ghostsitters; Gargoyle Hall.

SERIES STINE Stine, R.L. Vampire breath (Goosebumps)
Tough. That's Freddy Martinez and his friend, Cara. They're not afraid of anything. But that was before they went exploring in Freddy's basement. Before they found the secret room. Before they found the bottle of Vampire Breath. Poor Freddy and Cara. They should have never opened that bottle of Vampire Breath. Because now there's a vampire in Freddy's basement. And he's very, very thirsty. . . .
J STO Kelly, Jack Dracula

Terror in the Night! Jonathan Harker is sent to see a client of his company in a distant part of Europe. The castle is deserted and the count is a very strange host. But little does young Jonathan suspect that he and the people closest to him are about to be put into the worst danger and the most gruesome terror that anyone can imagine! Now they must track and destroy Dracula before he finds and destroys each of them!

J STO Spinner, Stephanie Dracula
String garlic by the window and hang a cross around your neck! The most powerful vampire of all time returns in our Stepping Stone Classic adaption of the original tale by Bran Stoker. Follow Johnathan Harker, Mina Harker, and Dr. Abraham van Helsing as they discover the true nature of evil. Their battle to destroy Count Dracula takes them from the crags of his castle to the streets of London... and back again.
SERIES BOXCAR Warner, Gertrude Chandler The vampire mystery (Boxcar Children)
The Aldens meet Mr. Hudson, a local author who is best known for his novel about a vampire. But rumors of a real vampire are going around town - a vampire who haunts the graveyard behind Mr. Hudson's house! But since vampires don't exist, the children soon realize that someone must be trying to scare people away from Greenfield! Who brought the old legend back to life - and why?

Last Updated: 1/4/2017