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Are UFOs Real?

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Though some people consider UFOs to be purely science fiction, others keep an open mind. Alien visitations, government conspiracies, and optical illusions are just three of the possible explanations for UFOs. Readers of this book will decide which side they are on. They can examine UFO photographs, learn more about famous sightings, and create their own theories.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published January 1st 2013 by Gareth Stevens Publishing (first published December 28th 2012)
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Jim Erekson
Oct 14, 2013 Jim Erekson rated it liked it
This was interesting, because the overall tone of the book is to tip readers away from believing in UFOs, while attempting to acknowledge the validity of the question. This is unusual, because I think the approach tends to tip the other way--toward wanting readers to believe. (I can see a new Fox Mulder poster mixed with an Uncle Sam poster: I want you to want to believe!) And it is done with some interesting information, in a very compact book for readers in grades 2-4.

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