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Where Is the Bermuda Triangle? Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-10-07 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:1524786268
LANGUAGE:English

" I really love this whole series -- who was, what was, who is -- I've read over fifty of them. They are short and they have really been fun to read. " said.

"The whole Who Was series has been fantastic but I absolutely love this particular edition! What sets it apart is the chapter that begins with the librarian who gets intrigued by all the stories about the Bermuda Triangle and then starts combing the archives to find out the truth behind some of the stories. Low and behold: he finds a lot of perfectly rational explanations, and that some of the stories attributed to the Bermuda Triangle took place in other areas entirely!

This is really one of the best of the series that I've ever read. A great place to start that also sets a very high standard!
" said.

"Unexplained mysteries are a perennial favorite with readers, and this non-fiction entry in that category does a nice job of first describing Bermuda Triangle mysteries and then providing possible explanations. Grabbing readers’ attention right off the bat by telling about five planes lost there on a training mission in 1945, this book provides three additional chapters with descriptions of strange incidents reported in the same area, including as far back as Christopher Columbus. One chapter provides some of the more unusual answers people have come up with to explain what happened. Two chapters are devoted to the explanations researched in the 1970s by librarian Larry Kusche that are now generally accepted. A final chapter mentions “ghost ships” unrelated to the Bermuda Triangle that still remain a mystery. " said.

" This is a great little book to provide some brief facts about the Bermuda Triangle. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a very surface-level glance and not wanting to go too deep into the information. It's geared for upper elementary students. " said.

"Unexplained mysteries are a perennial favorite with readers, and this non-fiction entry in that category does a nice job of first describing Bermuda Triangle mysteries and then providing possible explanations. Grabbing readers’ attention right off the bat by telling about five planes lost there on a training mission in 1945, this book provides three additional chapters with descriptions of strange incidents reported in the same area, including as far back as Christopher Columbus. One chapter provides some of the more unusual answers people have come up with to explain what happened. Two chapters are devoted to the explanations researched in the 1970s by librarian Larry Kusche that are now generally accepted. A final chapter mentions “ghost ships” unrelated to the Bermuda Triangle that still remain a mystery. " said.

" This is a great little book to provide some brief facts about the Bermuda Triangle. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a very surface-level glance and not wanting to go too deep into the information. It's geared for upper elementary students. " said.

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