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6 edition of Ink Drinker found in the catalog.

Ink Drinker

by Eric Sanvoisin

  • 10 Want to read
  • 37 Currently reading

Published by Tandem Library .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Humorous Stories,
  • Short Stories,
  • Juvenile Fiction,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 9-12 Fiction,
  • Books and reading,
  • Fiction,
  • Vampires,
  • Children: Grades 3-4

  • The Physical Object
    FormatSchool & Library Binding
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9583019M
    ISBN 100613593863
    ISBN 109780613593861
    OCLC/WorldCa185026516

      Books Around The Table is the blog of Margaret Chodos-Irvine, Laura Kvasnosky, Julie Larios, Julie Paschkis and Bonny Becker. We are a critique group of children's book authors and illustrators who have been meeting monthly since to talk about books we are working on, books we have read, our art and our lives.   Buy a cheap copy of The City of Ink Drinkers (Ink Drinker) book by Eric Sanvoisin. In the third episode of the bizarre Ink Drinker series, following The Ink Drinker and A Straw for Two, Draculink, Odilon, and Carmilla are destined for disaster Free shipping over $

    The class thought this was a VERY WEIRD and STRANGE book. They especially liked the idea of an ink drinking vampire. Brandon thought it was great when Odilon's dad caught him with a straw in his a liked it when he told his dad it was just n felt it was a great adventure thought it was a really weird thought it was thought it was 5/5(5). Get this from a library! The ink drinker. [Eric Sanvoisin; Martin Matje; Georges Moroz] -- A boy who hates books discovers an ink-drinking vampire in his father's bookshop and follows him to his underground vault.

    Get this from a library! The ink drinker. [Éric Sanvoisin; Martin Matje; Georges Moroz] -- A boy who hates books discovers an ink-drinking vampire in his father's bookshop and follows him to his underground vault. the ink drinker Eric Sanvoisin, Author, Martin Matje, Illustrator, Georges Moroz, Translator, illus. by Martin Matje. Dell/Yearling $ (48p) ISBN


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Ink Drinker by Eric Sanvoisin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Simply told and full of fun illustrations, The Ink Drinker puts a bookish spin on the vampire story. This easy Ink Drinker book is perfect for new readers who like to investigate mysteries and don't mind a /5.

The Ink Drinker (A Stepping Stone Book (TM)) Paperback – Febru by Eric Sanvoisin (Author), Martin Matje (Illustrator), Georges Moroz (Translator) out of 5 stars 36 ratings Book 1 of 4 in the Ink Drinker / Draculivre Series/5(28). A Straw for Two (Ink Drinker) by Eric Sanvoisin, Martin Matje, Georges Moroz (September 7, )Authors: Eric Sanvoisin, Martin Matje, Georges Moroz.

The Ink Drinker. By Martin Matje, Eric Sanvoisin. Grades. Genre. Fiction. Book lovers everywhere will adore this twist on an old tale:This young boy cannot think of a worse way to spend his summer: he has to help his Dad out with his bookstore, and he absolutely hates to read.

Genre. Fiction. Book lovers everywhere will. The Ink Drinker, A Straw for Two (Ink Drinker), The City of Ink Drinkers, Little Red Ink Drinker, La Petite Buveuse De Couleurs, and Le Buveur De Fautes Author: Eric Sanvoisin. THE INK DRINKER by Éric Sanvoisin & translated by Georges Moroz & illustrated by Martin Matje ‧ RELEASE DATE: Oct.

1, The story of an ink-drinking vampire, and the boy who discovers his nefarious behavior. The nameless boy who narrates is the son of a bibliophile and bookstore owner. What's a boy to do when he hates to read and he's stuck in his father's bookstore over a holiday vacation.

Spy on customers, that's what. And for the young narrator of this delicious story, the adventure Ink Drinker book as soon as he spots a strange-looking fellow shuffling through the bookstore shelves. The man is definitely not browsing--he's sucking up the ink of every printed word with a straw!/5(5).

Bitten by the word-slurping vampire Draculink, young Odilon became an ink drinker in the book by the same name, learning to live letter-by /5(4). The Ink Drinker and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - The Ink Drinker by Sanvoisin, Eric; Matje, Martin; Moroz, Georges - AbeBooks Passion for books.

Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Ink Drinker (A Stepping Stone Book(TM)) at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5. diminutive vampire tale, ''The Ink Drinker'' begins with delicious irony: a book-hater of a boy has, alas, a bookshop owner for a father.

The son really does ''like the sound of paper being torn. The Ink Drinker by Eric Sanvoisin, illustrations by MartinMatje, 35pp RL When The Ink Drinker was first published in translation in from the original French init appeared as a beautiful little hardcover with vibrant illustrations.

Book Summary: The title of this book is A Straw for Two (Ink Drinker) and it was written by Eric Sanvoisin, Martin Matje (Illustrator), Georges Moroz (Translator). This particular edition is in a Hardcover format.

This books publish date is and it /5(6). Eric Sanvoisin is the author of The Ink Drinker ( avg rating, ratings, reviews, published ), A Straw for Two ( avg rating, rating /5.

Ink Drinker has books on Goodreads, and is currently reading Dare to Lead by Brené Brown, A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway, and The Will to Meani. 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars The Ink Drinker (Hardcover) Published October 13th by Delacorte Books for Young Readers Hardcover, 37 pagesAuthor: Éric Sanvoisin, Martin Matje, Georges Moroz.

This book is the first in Savoisin’s Ink Drinker series. Your Rating () and why: 5 – I enjoy the boy’s character. He’s stubborn and adventurous. I also loved the fact that he. was living all the stories he drank down. It’s a humorous mystery and a really easy read with great illustrations.

Readers who will like this book. The Ink Drinker (A Stepping Stone Book(TM)) Format: Paperback Authors: Eric Sanvoisin ISBN Published: WHAT IF YOUR Dad loved books, owned a bookstore, and even called his cherished volumes my little bookies.

You would probablydespisebooksjust like the young protagonist in this deliciously bizarre story. One summer vacation, while Odilon is working in the store Reviews: 5. Description: An ink-drinking vampire and his young fellow book-suckers must pull up stakes and find a new home when subway tunnels threaten to collapse their cemetery.

By the creators of A Straw for Two. Book lovers everywhere will adore this twist on an old tale:This young boy cannot think of a worse way to spend his summer: he has to help his Dad out with his bookstore, and he absolutely hates to read.

His job is to watch the store for shoplifters, but things take a twisted turn when he spies a pale character who seems to float through the aisles of the this stranger is not trying /5(5). Book flea (Indonesian) 4. Library mouse (Romanian) 3.

Read-rat (German) 2. Ink drinker (French) 1. Reading horse (Danish) AM Link to tweet. Tweet: 6 replies, views. Thread info Bookmark this thread Trash this thread.

Reply to this thread. Back to top Alert abuse.Herald Diary: Bookworms, book fleas, ink drinkers and read-rats. By Lorne Jackson. Kenny Walker spotted this sign, which seems to suggest that only the metallic horses that accompanied old toy Author: Lorne Jackson.In this mildly sinister chapter book from France, a strange breed of vampire sucks the black blood of literature.

The narrator, who hates reading but observes customers in his father's bookshop.