Encyclopedia of the Unexplained by Judy Allen
  

Synopsis

Encyclopedia of the Unexplained by Judy Allen

*The Encyclopedia of the Unexplained is a comprehensive guide to the mysterious and strange, whether natural or unnatural. Even with today's hi-tech science, many events and ancient mysteries, such as crop circles, ghosts, the Holy Grail and the Nazca Lines, remain unexplained, with many theories stirring the imagination. Some famous enigmas, such as The Bermuda Triangle, have now been explained by science, but still hold an allure of mystery. The Encyclopedia of the Unexplained will also uncover some of our ancient superstitions and symbols, from why black cats are lucky to how Feng Shui is supposed to change life for the better.

About the Author

*Nick Harris has been a full-time Illustrator for 20 years, working mainly on books. He has also had forays into the world of animated TV advertising as well as being an integral part of the small background department for the feature film Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Richard Hook is a internationally acclaimed artist, renowned for his paintings of native American culture. As well as illustrating many historical books for adults and children, he has illustrated a beautiful picture book called Where's the Dragon? Patricia Ludlow has illustrated many children's books, including many on fairies and dragons.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
144 pages

Author

Judy Allen
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Publisher

Kingfisher Books Ltd an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Publication date

15th August 2011

ISBN

9780753431948


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