Vampire High by Douglas Rees

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It doesn’t take long for Cody Elliot to realize that his new high school is a little different. The other students are supernaturally strong, don’t like the sunlight, and are always placing orders at the local blood bank. When his new friend shows him his fangs, Cody doesn’t need any more clues—these kids are vampires! As Cody struggles to fit into this secretive community, he disrupts centuries of human-vampire segregation, with some serious—and some seriously funny—consequences.

In sharp, humorous, and insightful prose, Douglas Rees creates a world of vampires where the real issue for humans is not the fear of being bitten, but the need to get along.

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Douglas Rees, a young adult librarian, once spent a year in Massachusetts near a town much like New Sodom.From the Hardcover edition.
Published February 19, 2009 by Laurel Leaf. 242 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Humor & Entertainment. Fiction

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Irrepressible Cody Elliot is back at Vlad Dracul High (Vampire High, 2003), accompanied by his brilliant but truculent artist cousin, Turk (short for Turquoise), who helps ramp up the mayhem—by a quantum leap—to total pandemonium.

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Cody Elliot’s plan to get his parents to return to California (Objective #1: fail all subjects in his new Massachusetts public high school) backfires when his not-so-doting dad transfers him to Vlad Dracula Magnet School.

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Friendship with a bullied jenti and a tentative romantic interest in a jenti aristocrat prompt Cody to probe the boundaries of jenti/gadje relations, an effort which, in this author's hands, also translates to an exploration of classic teen tensions between wishing to belong and maintaining indiv...

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Vampire High: Sophomore YearAuthor: Douglas ReesPublisher: Delacorte Press Books for Young ReadersPublication: July 2010ISBN: 978-0-385-73725-8Ages: 12 and up.

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