Enhanced with illustrations, this nonfiction book examines some of the sightings reported throughout the years of unknown objects while offering various possible explanations of what they could have been. Reprint.
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Judith Herbst's eclectic collection of anecdotes and well-researched facts paints a fascinating history of UFO sightings in the United States. The stories, which include a Yakima Indian folktale, a detailed description of the Roswell incident, and a lesson in Jungian psychology, are guaranteed to spark the interest of even the world's greatest skeptics. What were people really seeing when they looked up into the sky? Greg Clark's hilarious ink and watercolor illustrations provide young readers with a host of silly possibilities: weather balloons, flying pancakes, and lenticular clouds, to name just a few. This engaging, lighthearted treatment of a historically controversial topic is great fun to read and even more fun to talk about afterwards. (Ages 7 to 11)From the Publisher:
Clarke's playful comic-book-style illustrations have the fun of campy 1950s sci-fi movies, placing UFOs in an easy-to-imagine yet non-threatening realm--one that curious young humanoids will want to visit...
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Book Description Aladdin, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX068983893X
Book Description Aladdin, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P11068983893X