Search for Lost Cities by Nicola Barber
(Treasure Hunters Series)

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A look at the way cities get "lost" and how people set about finding them again, using examples such as the ancient Inca city of Manchu Picchu to the California ghost towns of the Gold Rush. Provides detail about past and present archaeology and tells the stories of the search for Camelot and Troy.

About Nicola Barber

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NICOLA BARBER has appeared on stage in New York and across the country, including with Scarlett Johnansson in "The Nanny Diaries." She holds a degree in theatre arts from UNC-Chapel Hill, and has taken classes at the London Academy of Dramatic Art. She has been training and performing voiceovers since 2001, and can be heard in video games, animation, commercials, and corporate videos, as well as on award-winning audiobooks.
Published September 30, 1997 by Hodder Wayland. 45 pages
Genres: History, Education & Reference, Young Adult, Children's Books. Non-fiction

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Gr 5–8—Readers of these exciting titles will join searches for some of the planet's most storied places and legendary treasures. After helpful introductions that lay foundations so children will understand why thieves might want to steal art or treasure hunters take such risks, each volume contai...

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