Berkeley: Mother's Hen, 1986. 9p., 5x8 inches, introduction by Floyd Salas, illustrations, stapled pictorial wraps. Mucho somos.
The title story, three lines long, mentions Dracula and dwells on vampirism ("The bats eat rat fish. Dracula turns into a bat. Then he sucks people's blood and he lives in a haunted house" &c &c --won't tell you how it ends). We think that "Bronka Stooler" is Pablo's rendering of Bram Stoker, while "Boo boo boo" means "I'm telling a scary story"