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History's Mysteries: Freaky Phenomena : Curious Clues, Cold Cases, and Puzzles From the Past

Author: National Geographic Kids and Kitson Jazynka
Format: Paperback
Publication Date: 15-11-2018
ISBN: 978-1-4263-3164-0
Pages: 160

Regular price RRP Ā£9.99 - Out of stock special offer

Description

From whole civilizations that have vanished to mystifying monuments to urban legends, curious kids itching for real-life Indiana Jones-like intrigue will get swept away with the next book in this spine-tingling series about solving puzzles of the past.

Fans of Night at the Museum and the Indiana Jones saga will be fascinated by these real-life mysteries: Is there any truth to the legend of Bigfoot? Why have planes and ships suddenly disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle? Is there really a lost city of gold in the jungles of central America? The next book in this exciting new series will cover even more of history's most fascinating head-scratching conondrums, including the curse of the Hope Diamond, King Tut's tomb, black holes, the puzzling disappearance of ancient civilizations, cryptic creatures of myth and legend, long-lost treasure, and so much more. Kids can dig into these mysteries, uncover clues, and ponder leading scientific theories to help decipher what really happened. Chock-full of cool photos, fun facts, and spine-tingling fun, this book is sure to keep curious kids engaged as they try to piece together these puzzles of the past!

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