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Searching for the Bermuda Triangle by Vivian E. Shumway
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Oct 03, 11


Mystery Explores: Searching for the Bermuda Triangle is one book in a series of many about oddities within our everyday technology advanced lives. Mystery explores takes an unknown or misunderstood topic and attempts to explain away to myths supporting the subject, but often just helps add to the overall magical property of our world. The Table of Contents or Contents page is dull and does not have pictures or an attention getting format. The introduction starts the reader of the quest to understand and help disprove the mystery. There are 7 chapters with in the nonfiction book, many have abundance a white space and repeat the same pictures. The glossary, more information, further reading, websites, and index helps with the authenticity of the facts, yet there is not a bibliography page on any of the subject matter. These books (only 64 pages in length) are fun to read and the topics are extremely interesting… cool, but information needs to be citied mainly if they are enjoyed by the target audience of middle school students
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