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Crop Circles (Torque Books: The Unexplained) (Torque: Unexplained)

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The first shapes found in crop fields were circles. Since then, people have discovered more complex designs. Where do these designs come from? Are they messages from alien visitors, or are they nothing more than pranks created by humans? This title will explore the history of crop circles and look into whether or not some could be of alien origin.
Library, 24 pages
Published January 1st 2011 by Bellwether Media
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Matthew
May 07, 2012 Matthew rated it liked it
Another in that favorite series of my children. These books read like one of those History Channel specials where they interview a bunch of the weirdest people they could find that call themselves experts. I can see what the kids find interesting about these books though I wonder how many of them are believing what they read.
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