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Books with title Vampires

  • Vampires

    Alicia Z. Klepeis

    eBook (Capstone Press, Dec. 21, 2015)
    Stories about hungry vampires hunting for a meal of fresh blood have been around for thousands of years. This eBook can take young readers on a trip through time to learn about ancient and medieval lore about vampires. Then explore how vampire stories have changed over time until these bloodthirsty monsters became the lonesome and tortured creatures often seen in today's popular culture.
  • Vampires

    John Malam

    Library Binding (QEB Publishing, Jan. 7, 2010)
    From werewolves and vampires to ghosts and witches, prepare to unearth the legends and mysteries surrounding some of the most feared monsters in the world. This stunning bindup is packed with amazing artwork and legendary stories.
  • Rebel Vampires

    Ginna Moran

    eBook (Sunny Palms Press, July 18, 2019)
    There are three rules to fighting vampires. Rule one: Throw blood in their faces.Rule two: Kick them where it counts.Rule three: Bite back. Hard.In a world where vampires rule and Donor Life Corp forces all adult humans to donate blood, the only true way to survive is to comply. But I’m not about surviving. I’m fighting back.If only I hadn’t been caught rescuing humans from a quarantined city.Because now, I’m an unwilling applicant to the Blood Match Program. I’m supposed to spend the rest of my life as a personal blood source to an elite vampire. Unfortunately, a change in the rules of the program means I might be satiating an entire coven’s blood hunger. Screw that.These four dangerously hot vampires have no idea what’s coming...and neither do I.This is a new adult reverse harem romance that contains mature language, sexy steaminess, and sizzling attraction.
  • Vampires

    Ashley Gish

    Hardcover (Creative Education, Jan. 1, 2020)
    A basic explanation of the appearance, behaviors, and origins of vampires, the nocturnal paranormal creatures known for drinking blood. Also included is a story from folklore about a vampire-hunting dhampir.
  • Vampire

    Richie Tankersley Cusick, Judith West, Audible Studios

    Audiobook (Audible Studios, Oct. 8, 2013)
    It's Darcy Thomas' summer home: the Dungeon of Horrors, owned by Jake, the gorgeous green-eyed uncle she's just met. But the gory fun turns to terror when real bodies are found with the mark of a vampire on their throats - and Darcy is targeted as the next victim.
  • Vampires

    Colin Hawkins, Jacqui Hawkins, Enid Von Bluoton

    Hardcover (Silver Burdett Pr, Oct. 1, 1985)
    Provides humorous tips on how to recognize and ward off vampires and looks at the daily life of a vampire family called the Von Bluots.
  • Vampires

    Peter Castellano

    Library Binding (Gareth Stevens Pub, Jan. 15, 2016)
    Theres a very clear line from Bram Stokers Dracula to the glut of vampire stories available in bookstores today. However, tales of bloodsucking creatures predate Dracula and exist in the mythology of many cultures. Covering the history of the vampire myth as well as how its used today, the main content engages even reluctant readers with a high-interest topic. Full-color photographs and other images of vampires through the ages show how the depiction of this chilling creature has changed over time. Additional fact boxes add a dose of reality to a tale thats so well known, it sometimes feels like it could be true!
  • Vampires

    Angela Cybulski

    Paperback (Greenhaven, May 5, 2003)
    Presents evidence and arguments for and against the belief of vampires, leaving the topic open for the formulation of an independent opinion.
  • Vampire

    Richie Tankersley Cusick

    language (Open Road Media Teen & Tween, Oct. 4, 2011)
    A young girl attracts the attention of a killer who’s thirsty for bloodDarcy never expected to spend a summer vacation living with her long-lost uncle Jake. Although he’s only six years older than her, they have never met. By the end of the summer, she’ll know him better than she ever wanted. Jake and his friends share a dark sense of humor. He lives in the Dungeon, a wax museum filled with gory scenes of famous monsters. His favorite is the statue of Dracula, which stares out with lifelike eyes and crimson lips. His friends seem to be obsessed with vampires, and one of them is even playing Dracula in a play. It’s all harmless fun until the bodies of murdered young girls start appearing in the back alleys of their small town—throats cut and necks bitten. One of Jake’s friends is playing vampire for real, and he has his eyes on Darcy’s neck. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Richie Tankersley Cusick including rare photos and never-before-seen documents from the author’s personal collection.
  • Vampires

    Rosemary Ellen Guiley

    eBook (Chelsea House Pub (L), June 30, 2008)
    No other supernatural creature is as shocking and as frightening as the vampire. Neither living nor dead, it creeps out of its grave to suck the blood of the living while they sleep. About 300 years ago, vampires came out of the shadows into the celebrity limelight, and tales of vampires have filled newspapers, magazines, books, and the stage ever since. "Vampires" explores both familiar and little-known territory about the world's creepiest monster, covering true stories and surprising facts about different types of vampires. It looks at superstition and folklore surrounding the bloodthirsty creatures and at their portrayals in the entertainment industry. Some legendary inspirations for vampire mythology, such as Vlade Tepes and Elizabeth Bathory, are also explored. Chapters include: The Making of a Vampire; Hunting Down the Vampire; The V-Files: Stranger Than Strange True Vampire Stories; From Count Dracula to Vampire Lestat and Beyond; and, The Vampire Underground.
  • Vampires

    Colin Hawkins, Jacqui Hawkins

    Paperback (Harpercollins Childrens Books, March 1, 1994)
    Provides humorous tips on how to recognize and ward off vampires and looks at the daily life of a vampire family called the Von Bluots
  • Vampires

    Charlotte Montague

    Hardcover (Chartwell Books, Inc., Feb. 1, 2010)
    Vampires explores the diverse myths and legends, their impact upon popular culture and the possible explanations behind such phenomena. The book also investigates the lives of real-life individuals who have dedicated themselves to the pursuit of blood, drawing on the vampiric tradition for their inspiration.From Count Dracula to Edward Cullen, for centuries we have been enthralled by the mysterious legends that surround these dangerous creatures, and vampires rarely have been more popular than they are today. Pale-skinned, dark-cloaked, garlic-hating—the folklore is crawling with memorable images that share one thing in common: their lust for blood.This book examines the vampire myth from all angles: from its genesis in folklore to its status today as one of the most iconic figures in popular culture. We will try to find out how this strange creature, who came into being centuries ago transformed through gothic imagination from a hideous monster into a suave villain. This book creates a beautiful addition to anyone interested in the paranormal, and a great gift for gothic readers.