Alien Encounters

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Time-Life Books, 1992 - Reference - 144 pages
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Reexamines the stories of individuals who claim to have been abducted by aliens, looks at supposed encounters from the past, and discusses crop circles, alien contact with early civilizations, and efforts to gather UFO evidence

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Jim Hicks is an educator living in Oregon with his wife and 2 daughters. During his career teaching children, he has discovered a love for books that appeal to young audiences. Although published with poetry that he has written for his family, as well as for an educational magazine for bilingual educators, he has always wanted to collaborate with his wife to put together a picture book. The Legend of the Candy Bonnet is intended to model to the children he teaches that anyone can write and be a published author. Although fictional, this story has real meaning to his family. A "candy bonnet" is made for each member of the family as they become engaged. in this way, a legend is brought to life. One day his own daughters will be wearing a candy bonnet of their o

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