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A Child’s Eye View of Vampires

by Alan Leddon

Cover and art by Bekki Leddon

Spero Publishing

Madison, WI

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Acknowledgements

In writing this book, I have made extensive use of Wikipedia.org, mainly to track down names (and sometimes the spelling of names that I already knew) of different types/species of Vampires. Once I had the names, I sought out other sources. My thanks to everyone who has posted on Wikipedia regarding Vampires, and to the creators of Wikipedia.

The best resource I have in my possession on the topic of Vampires is The Element Encyclopedia of Vampires, by Theresa Chueng. There is also some excellent information on the real world beliefs about Vampires (and blood-drinking witches) in Magic, Witchcraft and Religion: An Anthropological Survey of the Supernatural, a collection of scientific essays edited by Arthur C. Lehmann and James E. Myers. I recommend both books strongly to those who wish to know more about Vampires.

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