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Books with title Werewolves

  • Werewolves

    Sean McCollum

    eBook (Capstone Press, Dec. 21, 2015)
    Stories about ferocious werewolves killing everything in their paths 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 werewolves. Then explore how werewolf stories have changed over time until these monsters became the troubled and distant creatures often seen in today's popular culture.
  • Werewolves

    Quinn M Arnold

    Hardcover (Creative Education, Jan. 1, 2020)
    Introduces the history and characteristics of the wolf-man known as the werewolf.
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  • Werewolves

    Erin Peabody, Victor Rivas

    Paperback (little bee books, Sept. 26, 2017)
    Are ferocious, shapeshifting werewolves real, or just a myth? You decide with this new book in the nonfiction series, Behind the Legend!Behind the Legend looks at creatures and monsters throughout history and analyzes them through a scientific, myth-busting lens, debating whether or not the sightings and evidence provided are adequate proof of their existence. In Werewolves, readers learn about all the sightings and "proof" of them, from stories in history of wolves that terrorized towns, such as the Beast of GĂ©vaudan, as well as people (even children!) who were believed to transform into wolves, and other evidence. It also discusses additional history about the monster, such as how werewolves became major figures in popular culture, more recent supposed sightings, and theories on werewolf transformations. Complete with engaging anecdotes, interesting sidebars, and fantastic illustrations, kids won't want to put this book down!
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  • Werewolves

    Erin Peabody, Victor Rivas

    eBook (little bee books, Jan. 28, 2020)
    Are ferocious, shapeshifting werewolves real, or just a myth? You decide with this new book in the nonfiction series, Behind the Legend!Behind the Legend looks at creatures and monsters throughout history and analyzes them through a scientific, myth-busting lens, debating whether or not the sightings and evidence provided are adequate proof of their existence. In Werewolves, readers learn about all the sightings and "proof" of them, from stories in history of wolves that terrorized towns, such as the Beast of GĂ©vaudan, as well as people (even children!) who were believed to transform into wolves, and other evidence. It also discusses additional history about the monster, such as how werewolves became major figures in popular culture, more recent supposed sightings, and theories on werewolf transformations. Complete with engaging anecdotes, interesting sidebars, and fantastic illustrations, kids won't want to put this book down!
  • Werewolves

    Linda S. Godfrey, Rosemary Ellen Guiley

    eBook (Chelsea House Pub (Library), April 1, 2008)
    Are werewolves real? When the moon is full, do ordinary people under a supernatural curse transform into snarling creatures charging out of the fog, only to revert to human form? Throughout history, people have claimed to have seen weird beings that are part human and part wolf, dog, fox, or even cat. Modern-day eyewitnesses across the United States report strange encounters with dogmen and wolf-like creatures. And while theories abound to explain the stories, the only certain thing is that popular interest in the mystery of werewolves remains strong.Werewolves examines the lore and legends of lycanthropy throughout history and from around the world, describing the many types of werewolves and case studies, and offering readers information they need to conduct their own field investigation.Chapters include:-The Mystery of Werewolf History -Will the Real Werewolf Please Stand Up? -Did You See What I Saw? Hoax and Illusion -Celebrity Were-Mania: Howling with the Stars -Your Field Guide to Werewolves.
  • Vampires & Werewolves

    Jane Bingham, Chris King

    eBook (Raintree, Nov. 1, 2014)
    Vampires and Werewolves are certainly popular these days. Actually, there have been popular stories about these monsters for centuries. Are the stories based on any reality? Some people think so. Using the scientific method and other information, this book aims to find out whether or not these monsters could exist!
  • Werewolves

    Peter Castellano

    Library Binding (Gareth Stevens Pub, Jan. 15, 2016)
    Some say the legend of the werewolf may have come from a rare condition of abundant hair growth called hypertrichosis. However the stories began, theyve persisted to present-day pop culture, continuously drawing in new audiences. Written in simple, clear language, all readers can explore the history of the werewolf myth. The main content includes all aspects of this high-interest topic, including how werewolves change from man to beast, why they change, and how one becomes a werewolf. Full-color images and fact boxes add elements of both fantasy and reality to help readers navigate the line between truth and legend.
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  • Werewolves

    Daniel E Harmon

    Paperback (Rosen Central, Aug. 1, 2015)
    In 1913, Universal Studios released a silent film, The Werewolf, based on an 1898 short story about Native Canadian wolf-humans who terrorized white settlers. This movie is believed to be the first to draw from werewolf lore. Since then, films have taken various approaches to lycanthropes, or werewolves. This absorbing narrative examines people's fascination with werewolves in movies, television series, and literature. Besides werewolf myths, readers consider the special effects, makeup, acting, and impact of major werewolf productions, from the Hollywood monster classic The Wolf Man (1941) to the Twilight and Harry Potter movies and beyond.
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  • Werewolves Rule

    Kasi Blake

    eBook (, Aug. 20, 2011)
    This is the second of the Rule series. Vampires Rule was the first. This book begins a few months after the first one ended and continues to follow Jack and Silver as they prepare for their battle with head werewolf Jersey Clifford. Jack’s world is falling apart. Silver has told him she needs space, he might not graduate from high school, and he feels incredibly alone. Enter a new threat, a new and beautiful enemy. Now Jack has to figure out if she wants him dead or just wants him.
  • Werewolves

    Daniel Cohen

    Hardcover (Dutton Juvenile, Aug. 1, 1996)
    A comprehensive look into the world of werewolves explores stories and accounts of their existence, from the ancient world to the present day, including detailed information on how to know a werewolf as well as how to contact a werewolf on the Internet.
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  • Wisconsin Werewolves

    Johnathan Rand

    Paperback (Audio Craft Pr Inc, April 1, 2002)
    In Madison, Wisconsin, Jeremy's friends do not believe him when he tells them he saw a werewolf in the forest.
  • Werewolves

    Erin Peabody, Victor Rivas

    Hardcover (little bee books, Sept. 26, 2017)
    Are ferocious, shapeshifting werewolves real, or just a myth? You decide with this new book in the nonfiction series, Behind the Legend!Behind the Legend looks at creatures and monsters throughout history and analyzes them through a scientific, myth-busting lens, debating whether or not the sightings and evidence provided are adequate proof of their existence. In Werewolves, readers learn about all the sightings and "proof" of them, from stories in history of wolves that terrorized towns, such as the Beast of GĂ©vaudan, as well as people (even children!) who were believed to transform into wolves, and other evidence. It also discusses additional history about the monster, such as how werewolves became major figures in popular culture, more recent supposed sightings, and theories on werewolf transformations. Complete with engaging anecdotes, interesting sidebars, and fantastic illustrations, kids won't want to put this book down!
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