Wisconsin Werewolves

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AudioCraft Publishing, Incorporated, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 208 pages
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Something horrifying is happening in Madison, Wisconsin. Lurking in the shadows are creatures that are not supposed to exist. Jeremy and his friends soon find that the strange, hairy beasts are real!.

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i'm finished with this book. It was good like the others and I wonder how after Jeremy used the antidote on the librarian she didn't remember anything about being a werewolf. Also I wondered how the ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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Jonathan Rand is a longtime sports reporter, columnist, and author with a special interest in professional football and its history. His previous books include ""Run It! And Let's Get the Hell Out of Here!" 300 Pounds of Attitude: The Funniest Stories and Craziest Characters the NFL Has Ever Seen, Fields of Honor: The Pat Tillman Story, The Gridiron's Greatest Quarterbacks, " and "The Gridiron's Greatest Linebackers." He has covered hundreds of NFL games, including twenty-two Super Bowls. Rand currently is a columnist for kcchiefs.com, the official website of the Kansas City Chiefs, and lives in Kansas City, Missouri.

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