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For years, mysterious symbols and patterns have been appearing in many fields. What created them and what could they possibly mean? Are they the work of beings from another world or simply the works of dedicated hoaxers? Using the scientific method and available information, this book attempts to find out
Introduces readers to the fascinating folklore behind werewolves. Readable text, fun facts, and eye-catching photos invite readers to explore the mythology of this popular mythical creature.
Tales of mysterious and alluring mermaids have been told for thousands of years. Are they all just myths and legends, or could some of these stories be true? Using the scientific method to evaluate the evidence, this book attempts to find out!
Does the patch of stormy sea between the tip of Florida, Puerto Rico and Bermuda hide a dark and frightening secret? For decades, there have been cases of ships and aircraft that seem to vanish in this part of the Atlantic Ocean. Others have reported strange occurrences, such as clocks and navigational instruments failing. Can science solve the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle? Using the scientific method to evaluate the evidence, this book attempts to find out!
What did happen to the crew of the Marie Celeste? And is there really a Loch Ness monster? Read about nine unsolved mysteries including an abandoned ship; unfathomable escapes; disappearing boats and planes; a time traveller and even signs of life on other planets. Can you tell the facts from the fiction to work out what really happened? *Help Key Stage 3 students move from Level 3b to Level 3a in reading.*Support comprehension with the engaging images for each mystery.*Encourage shared and guided reading using the ready-made tasks and discussion points on the activity pages at the back of the book.
From the team behind the best-selling Atlas of Adventures comes this awe-inspiring journey of discovery. Travel around the world to scale the Eiffel Tower, trek the Great Wall of China, and raft through the Yosemite Valley. Showcasing the globe's most impressive landscapes, iconic buildings and evocative antiquities from both the modern and ancient worlds, this is the most wonderful Atlas adventure yet!
How about a nice dish of Colonial Squirrel Pie with a side of milkweed shoots? If that doesn't grab you, you might think about trying some Garbage Stew, just like they made in medieval England. But if you're feeling a little tired and need a boost, your best bet is roasted spiders. They've got three times the protein of cooked beef. (Is your mouth watering yet?)
Illustrated by the wildly-creative Eric Brace, It's Disgusting -- and We Ate It! is a fascinating look at culinary creations from all over the world!
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