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The Bermuda Triangle

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The Bermuda Triangle has long been marked on the maps of sailors, pilots, and mystery enthusiasts. Countless planes and ships have gone into this mystifying region in the Sargasso Sea and never come out! The Bermuda Triangle explores some of the odd disappearances and offers explanations for the peculiar powers of this mythical area.
Hardcover, 24 pages
Published December 3rd 2005 by Gareth Stevens Publishing (first published August 2002)
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Apr 14, 2014 rated it liked it
Recommends it for: Kids; Parents
This book is designed to explain the concept of the Bermuda Triangle to children. This is a good idea - kids love the supernatural.

It describes some famous Bermuda Triangle cases (Flight 19, Christopher Columbus, the Mary Celeste, the Ellen Austin, the Cyclops, and the Marine Sulphur Queen). It explains that radios and compasses often malfunction in the Bermuda Triangle.

The book explains that there are different theories about the Bermuda Triangle:
UFOs are stealing ships and kidnapping the crew
Apr 26, 2016 rated it really liked it
Gorman, L. Jacqueline. The Bermuda Triangle. Gareth Stevens, 2002.

This non-fiction book is part of the X Science: An Imagination Library Series. It provides an introduction to the accounts of mysterious happenings in an area of the Atlantic Ocean known as the Bermuda Triangle. It explains the disappearances of famous ships and flights, different theories and skeptics. At the end of the book, it shows other books, videos and websites available for kids to read and view. It also provides a nice gl
Samantha Penrose
My son and I read three books about the Bermuda Triangle. This book took a more skeptical approach than the other two.
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