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Allan Zullo

Born: 1947 in Rockford, Illinois
Pen Name: None

Connection to Illinois: *Born and raised in Rockford, Illinois

Biography: Born and raised in Rockford, Illinois, Allan dreamed of becoming a major league baseball player. In 1969, Allan graduated with a journalism degree from Northern Illinois University where he worked on the school's daily paper. In 1995 Allan and his wife Kathryn moved to a mountain outside of Asheville, North Carolina, to concentrate on writing projects. Today Allan is the author and co-author of nearly 100 current and forthcoming non-fiction trade paperbacks including more than two dozen for middle-graders.


Primary Literary Genre(s): Non-Fiction

Primary Audience(s): Adult readers; Children; Young adult readers

Allan Zullo on WorldCat:

Selected Titles

Haunted baby-sitters :
ISBN: 0816743282 OCLC: 38205226

Troll Associates, [Mahwah, NJ] : ©1997.

Eight stories about ghosts found haunting baby-sitters and their charges.

  Haunted kids
ISBN: 9781501295324 OCLC: 929891038

The first book in Allan Zullo's popular Haunted Kids series is a collection of 11 creepy tales inspired by real-life cases taken from the files of noted ghost hunters ...--Container.

Haunted schools :
ISBN: 0816738378 OCLC: 32737783

Troll Associates, Mahwah, N.J. : ©1996.

Nine stories about ghosts and phantoms found haunting schools.

Survivors :
ISBN: 0439669960 OCLC: 56747348

Tells the stories of nine Jewish children who survived the Holocaust.

Survivors :
ISBN: 9781417660001 OCLC: 876795743

Turtleback Books, 2005.

The dog who saved Christmas :
ISBN: 0545046432 OCLC: 271465758

Scholastic, Inc., New York : ©2008.

Real animals help turn the holidays into a magical season. --Goodreads.

The fishing hall of shame
ISBN: 9780307573438 OCLC: 894510262

Sportswriters and celebrity fishing guides, expert anglers, and Hall of Shamers themselves spill the whole truth--hook, line and sinker-- in this wacky collection of the funniest incidents in sport fishing. Compiled by the creators of the bestselling Sports Hall of Shame series.

The greatest survivor stories never told /
ISBN: 0740727281 OCLC: 50594162

Andrews McMeel, Kansas City : ©2002.

The president who pardoned a turkey and other wacky tales of American history /
ISBN: 0816740593 OCLC: 35218481

Watermill Press, [Mahwah, N.J.] : ©1996.

Describes some of the wacky but real people, places and events in United States history.

The smile-high club :
ISBN: 0740727273 OCLC: 50993205

Andrews McMeel Pub., Kansas City : ©2002.

The ten creepiest creatures in America /
ISBN: 081674288X OCLC: 37556377

Troll, Mahwah, N.J. : ©1997.

Do creepy creatures really exist in America? After reading in this book the accounts of such monsters as Lizard Man, Champ, Momo, and Whitey, you can make up your own mind.