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Title:
Fangs for everything / Tommy Greenwald ; with illustrations by Adam Stower.
ISBN:
9781338193282
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First edition.
Publication Information:
New York : Scholastic Press, 2019.

©2019
Physical Description:
211 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Abstract:
When vampire fiction writer Elroy Evans comes to town for the COM-MIX convention, Jimmy Bishop decides he must find out if his crime-fighting dog, Abby, is really a vampire.
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Summary

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From the author of the Charlie Joe Jackson series comes the fourth and final book in the humorous illustrated series about a boy whose new dog may or may not be a crime-fighting vampire.

The CrimeBiters gang got its start with help from my crime-fighting vampire dog, Abby. But now, I'm starting to wonder if she's really a vampire at all. . .

That's mystery I'm going to have to solve on my own. The rest of the Crime-biters are pretty busy with their own stuff. Irwin's planning an epic birthday party for the ages, Baxter's worrying about his brother enlisting in the army, and Daisy is cartwheeling her way through cheerleading practice (shudder!).

There's only one person I can turn to: the best vampire fiction writer that ever lived, Elroy Evans. He's coming to the nearby COM-MIX convention and I have to ask him the question that's threatening to drive a stake through my heart. Can a dog really be a vampire?


Author Notes

Tommy Greenwald is the author of the Crimebiters series (about a crime-fighting, superhero, vampire dog named Abby) and the Charlie Joe Jackson series (about the most reluctant reader ever born). Tommy lives in Connecticut with his wife, Cathy; his kids, Charlie, Joe, and Jack; and his dogs, Coco and Abby. Abby is not necessarily a crime-fighting vampire dog -- but she makes Tommy and his family very, very happy, which is definitely a kind of superpower when you think about it. Visit him at tommygreenwald.com.



Adam Stower has illustrated many books for children including the Crimebiters series by Tommy Greenwald. He studied illustration at the Norwich School of Art and Design and at the University of Brighton. He lives with his daughter in Brighton, England. You can visit him at www.worldofadam.com.