Hank encounters the weirdest cat he's ever seen when he, Slim, Drover, and Little Alfred head over to the Hodge's place to feed the cattle. Hank gets bumped out of the back of the Cammo-Stealth army truck. Mary D. Cat is the only one around to help keep Rip and Snort at bay. Will Slim realize Hank is missing in action? Is Mary D. Cat really a vampire? Or could it be - gulp - that she's a good cat after all?
©1993 John R. Erickson (P)1993 John R. Erickson
We love all the Hank the Cowdog books and even though i love to read--John Erickson does a MUCH better job than i ever could. Our whole family (including a 16 year old and even my husband) listens to these books on long car trips. Everyone enjoys them. The sound effects and plays on words are what we love best.
Drover is always my favorite, but the Vampire Cat herself is a close tie in this book.
Even though these are kids books, they really make you think. Lots of plays on words and human psychology
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