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The Vampire State Building

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Originally published as The Bat Family.

What if your dad were president of the United States, and you lived in the White House? Some of the most famous people in the world would visit your house, and you'd have a new room to explore every day of the month. And you might meet some residents of the White House that nobody's heard of, like the family of bats living in the base
Published September 1st 1992 by Skylark (first published 1984)
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Mark Wilson
Jul 06, 2017 rated it it was ok
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So for some reason, this book was on a display shelf on my way home from work one night. Because I had just finished one book, I figured why not try a smaller book and see how that pans out. The Vampire State Building seemed like a simple yet interesting enough title, so I figured why not give it a try? It would be a quick read and quick to review.

Now, considering I'm a young adult without a child, I have to look at this as "Okay, would this be something I would have enjoyed as a child?" "Would
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Byron Preiss was the president of Byron Preiss Visual Publications and Ibooks, and was recognized as a pioneer in digital publishing. He was among the first publishers to release CD-ROM's and electronic books.

Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., Preiss graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1972 and earned a master's degree in communications from Stanford University. He produced The Words of Gandhi,