Aliens by Jim Pipe
(Tales of Horror)

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This book encourages readers to imagine themselves as explorers of the paranormal on the trail of aliens. It describes how aliens might travel to Earth and from where, what they might look like and how they might behave, drawing on examples from fiction, history and from around the world to describe people's continuing fascination with the possible existence of extra-terrestrial life forms.

About Jim Pipe

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I've written over 170 titles on a wide range of topics, including Augmented Reality projects, puzzle books and pop-up books, though history is my real love. I also create highly interactive 3D book apps and especially enjoy creating horrible sound effects. Hobbies include watching Kung Fu movies, eating French food and diving off cliffs, though usually not at the same time.
Published September 1, 1996 by Copper Beech Books. 40 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books, Religion & Spirituality, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Young Adult, Science & Math. Fiction

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Gr 2–4—An appropriately eerie design (gray pages, shaky black headlines, etc.) sets the tone for this set about creepy creatures from myth and legend. Each title goes into what the beings are, where stories about them might have originated, and where these tales have been told historically. Large...

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