Wisconsin Werewolves

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AudioCraft Publishing, Incorporated, Apr 1, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 208 pages
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In Madison, Wisconsin, Jeremy's friends do not believe him when he tells them he saw a werewolf in the forest.

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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


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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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