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Mon – Thur: 9AM to 9PM
Fri – Sat: 9AM to 5PM
Sun: 1PM to 5PM
4613 N Oketo Ave
Harwood Heights, IL 60706
708-867-7828

4613 N Oketo Ave, Harwood Heights, IL 60706 708-867-7828

Mon – Thur: 9AM to 9PM | Fri – Sat: 9AM to 5PM | Sun: 1PM to 5PM

American Murderer by Gail Jarrow

book cover for American Murderer: The Parasite that Haunted the South

“This vampire thrived in the warm southern climate. It lurked on the ground outside rural homes, schools, and churches. Invisible to its potential victims, it waited until one of them passed by. Undetected, it hitched a ride, burrowed in through the skin, and tricked the person’s body into allowing it to stay. The intruder hid deep in the host’s gut for years, anchored in place by sharp fang-like mouthparts.”

Never have I been so glad for not living in the South during the 1800-1900’s, because that’s where vampires lurked about. Yes, vampires. They sucked your blood and made you sick and tired. And for a long time no one knew why.

Until there came along scientists such as Charles Wardell Stiles who wanted to figure out what was making these people sick. The answer? Well you are just going to have to pick up a copy and see for yourself!

Perfect for curious minds ages 10 and up.

Categories: Kids.

American Murderer by Gail Jarrow

book cover for American Murderer: The Parasite that Haunted the South

“This vampire thrived in the warm southern climate. It lurked on the ground outside rural homes, schools, and churches. Invisible to its potential victims, it waited until one of them passed by. Undetected, it hitched a ride, burrowed in through the skin, and tricked the person’s body into allowing it to stay. The intruder hid deep in the host’s gut for years, anchored in place by sharp fang-like mouthparts.”

Never have I been so glad for not living in the South during the 1800-1900’s, because that’s where vampires lurked about. Yes, vampires. They sucked your blood and made you sick and tired. And for a long time no one knew why.

Until there came along scientists such as Charles Wardell Stiles who wanted to figure out what was making these people sick. The answer? Well you are just going to have to pick up a copy and see for yourself!

Perfect for curious minds ages 10 and up.

Categories: Kids.