Dracula/The Picture of Dorian Gray/The Invisible Man

Rogers-Whitehead, Carrie
November 2009
School Library Journal;Nov2009, Vol. 55 Issue 11, p138
Book Review
The article reviews three book adaptations which are: "Dracula," by Daniel Conner, illus. by Rod Espinosa; "The Picture of Dorian Gray," by Daniel Conner, illus. by Chris Allen; and "The Invisible Man," by Joeming Dunn, illus. by Ben Dunn.


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