Lost in the Bermuda Triangle and Other Mysteries

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 2011 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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For centuries, people have been puzzled and fascinated by famous mysteries from UFOs and monsters swimming in the dark depths of Loch Ness to huge ape-like creatures and the Bermuda Triangle. Readers will feel the chills and thrills of danger, mystery, and the eternal unknown as they delve into each lavishly illustrated spread that is generously packed with intriguing history, theories, evidence, and educated speculation. This book allows readers to draw their own conclusions based on the available presented evidence, and many of them will simply be content to wander throughout the book's enchanted visual worlds.
 

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Contents

CONTENTS
4
THE SEARCH FOR EL DORADO
10
Lake and Sea Monsters THE MYSTERY OF BALL LIGHTNING
20
LOST IN THE BERMUDA TRIANGLE
26
The Missing
32
A GHOSTLY WARNING
38
PRECOGNITION Mind Power
44
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Anita Ganeri is an award-winning author of information books for children. Educated at Cambridge University, she has written more than 300 books, including the best-selling 'Horrible Geography' series (Scholastic Children's Books) which won a 2009 Blue Peter Book Award. She writes widely on animals and the natural world. A recent title for Raintree, A Day in the Life of Rainforest Animals: Capybara, has been shortlisted for a Maryland Blue Crab Award 2012. Anita lives in the north of England with her husband, children and assorted pets.

Before running the Americas for Ivar Jacobson Consulting, Dave worked for a number of years at Rational Software (now a part of IBM). Dave held many positions at Rational and then IBM, including Product Manager for RUP where he introduced the idea of process plug-ins and agility to RUP. Dave still laments the days when he use to sit in a cube and write software in the city of London. This is where he believes he cut his teeth writing big insurance systems with nothing but a green screen and a process flow chart. Dave can be contacted at dwest@ivarjacobson.com, and if he is not with customers or drinking warm beer with his friends in Boston, he will email you back