Creepy Chicago – Book Review

[amazon_link id="1933272287" target="_blank" container="" container_class="" ]Creepy Chicago: A Ghosthunter's Tales of the City's Scariest Sites[/amazon_link]

Kids! As you research your family history, have you heard any ghost stories? Do you enjoy reading about ghosts in different cities around the country and world? If so, Ursula Bielski's book [amazon_link id="1933272287" target="_blank" container="" container_class="" ]Creepy Chicago[/amazon_link] is for you. This book was written for kids aged 8-12 and is a very quick read. Even as an adult reading it and knowing about many of these stories, I still learned a few things about haunted Chicago.

 The book is laid out in short chapters so even younger children can read a little at a time. The print is larger and there are some kid-friendly pictures throughout the book. The book also includes a Ghostly Glossary; Ghosthunter Tool list; Interview Questions for Witnesses; and Recommended Reading.

If you are a fan of ghost stories or live in the Chicago area this is a must read. Pick up a copy today, grab a flashlight, crawl under a blanket and read......if you dare!

About Jennifer Holik

Jennifer Holik is a genealogical research professional, lecturer, author, and the owner of Generations. For clients, Jennifer specializes in Chicago Italians and writing family histories. Jennifer published a set of genealogy textbooks for kids, adults, genealogy societies and libraries in 2012. Jennifer is available for lectures in the Chicagoland area. Jennifer is the author of many featured articles including the Kids’ Korner feature on The In-Depth Genealogist.

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