The Mystery of UFOs by Judith Herbst

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What in the world are UFOs?

Throughout history there have been many reported sightings of strange objects in the sky, and some that even landed on the earth. Could it be that these mysterious balls of light, ovals, and disks, are truly visitors from another planet? Or is it possible that there are more earthly explanations for these close encounters? this book explores all the mysteries of UFOs -- from science to science fiction -- and tries to answer the question that has plagued earthlings for centuries.

 

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Allan Wolf says he can recite 1,000 poems from memory. He began working on THE BLOOD-HUNGRY SPLEEN while teaching a sixth-grade life-science course. The class created a life-size body chart with a poem for each part, and since then, he says, "the human body has proved to be an infinite universe of poetic inspiration." Allan Wolf lives with his wife and three children. This is his first book. Greg Clarke says that when he first read this collection, he was drawn to the whimsy of the poetry. About his illustrations, he says, "It was fun to personify body parts and a challenge to figure out how to depict their more delicate functions." Greg Clarke works as an editorial illustrator for magazines.
 
Published December 1, 2000 by Aladdin. 40 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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A mesmerizing picture book of flying saucer lore as enticing as a book of ghost stories.

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She discusses Jungian theories as well as the existence of covert government operations as alternate explanations for the suggestion of extraterrestrial activity, then frames the issues with a full complement of drama (""The question here is not whether Lonnie Zamora saw a craft of some kind touc...

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