capricious nerd / nerd teacher [books] reviewed Dracula

It's meh.

2 star

I like Dracula; I like Bram Stoker. But this is so incredibly boring. You can tell this wasn't something that the writer really wanted to do, which seems to be a common issue with many of the commissioned books put out by Usborne.

Dracula (2017, Usborne Publishing, Limited)

2 star

Dracula by Russell Punter

This new Graphic Stories series from Usborne provide a great gateway to potentially difficult stories for young readers to learn to enjoy. Specifically designed to be readable by children aged 7 +, with vocabulary and sentence structures that match their ability, these stories are entertaining, and the fun, action-packed illustrations are a great way to initiate reluctant readers, in particular …