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The Vampire Dare! (Daphne's Diary of Daily Disasters #2)

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In The Name Game!, Daphne has never (ever) loved her name, but it is her name and she can’t do much to change it. So when the first day of fourth grade comes, Daphne is flustered when the new teacher can’t seem to remember her name. It’s not Duffy or Daffy or Doffy. It’s Daphne! And if you ask her, there’s a lot in a name….

In The Vampire Dare!, Daphne wonders why everyone
Hardcover, 80 pages
Published July 12th 2011 by Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books
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Sep 21, 2011 Deanna rated it it was ok
9 year old Daphne is excited when her teacher announces an upcoming costume day. Since everyone in her school seems to be obsessed with vampires, she decides that this is her chance to become one of the cool kids. Predictably, though, her plan backfires and students end up (inexplicably)teasing her.
I was disappointed with Moss',author of the popular Amelia series, latest. Weak character development and a very abrupt ending to the story contributed to my distaste for this slight book.
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Dornel Cerro
Marissa Moss introduces a new diary/journal series featuring nine year old Daphne Davis of Oakland, CA. In this title, a vampire craze has taken over the school, so for costume day Daphne dresses as a vampire with disastrous results. Obsessed with being “cool” her outfit as seen as “uncool” by her classmates. As a result she sinks (in her mind) “ … to the bottom of the social scale in fourth grade.” How will she improve her status? While both the story and the main character are lightly ...more
Katie Fitzgerald
While these books are not as colorful or as detailed as the Amelia's notebook books, Daphne is still the kind of character girls will want to know, and this series will easily find a place among series such as The Popularity Papers and Dork Diaries.

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Who is Marissa Moss anyway?

I’ve been making children’s books for a looooong time. I sent my first picture book to publishers when I was nine, but it wasn’t very good and they didn’t publish it. I didn’t try again until I was a grown-up and then it took five years of sending out stories, getting them rejected, revising them and sending them back over and over until I got my first book. Now I’ve pub
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Other Books in the Series

Daphne's Diary of Daily Disasters (3 books)
  • The Name Game! (Daphne's Diary of Daily Disasters, #1)
  • The Fake Friend! (Daphne's Diary of Daily Disasters, #3)

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