Mysteries Unwrapped™: The Real Monsters

Sudipta Bardhan-Quallen Josh Cochran

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Mysteries Unwrapped™: The Real Monsters

Mysteries Unwrapped The Real Monsters We all love shivery scary stories about unquiet ghosts bloodsucking vampires wicked witches and werewolves howling under a full moon But do real monsters walk the earth or are they just figments o

  • Title: Mysteries Unwrapped™: The Real Monsters
  • Author: Sudipta Bardhan-Quallen Josh Cochran
  • ISBN: 9781402737763
  • Page: 122
  • Format: Paperback
  • We all love shivery, scary stories about unquiet ghosts, bloodsucking vampires, wicked witches, and werewolves howling under a full moon But do real monsters walk the earth or are they just figments of our imagination Unwrap the mystery and discover the truth Over time, scientific inquiry has shed light on these terrifying creatures of the darkness the reality behind tWe all love shivery, scary stories about unquiet ghosts, bloodsucking vampires, wicked witches, and werewolves howling under a full moon But do real monsters walk the earth or are they just figments of our imagination Unwrap the mystery and discover the truth Over time, scientific inquiry has shed light on these terrifying creatures of the darkness the reality behind the legends will fascinate children as much as any horror movie or tale told round a campfire Find out whether there really is a curse of the mummy how Dracula got his name and how zombies are created From giant cyclopses to a chilling account of an authentic haunted house, what they read here will open kids eyes wide with surprise

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    One thought on “Mysteries Unwrapped™: The Real Monsters

    1. Carmen on said:

      This is a primer for elementary-aged kids about monsters. It covers mummies, vampires, Dracula, werewolves, zombies, Frankenstein's monster, ghosts, Cyclopes, and witches.It goes in-depth enough in it's little "chapters" to satisfy me.It gets points for opening with a Nietzsche quote, "He who fights with monsters might take care les he thereby become a monster."It also gets points for having great illustrations mixed with photos. The illustrations by Josh Cochran really grabbed my attention.

    2. Hannah on said:

      The Real Monstersby Sudipta Bardhan-Quallen The book “The Real Monsters” by Sudipta Bardhan-Quallen was about the frightening, mysterious tales about the monsters. It explained how the tale of the monster started, then a little bit of history about the monster, and how people prove the monsters to be real. They discussed the Mummies, Vampires, Draculas, Werewolves, Zombies, Frankenstein, Ghosts, Cyclopes, and Witches. The tales seems freakey, and gave many people chills, however, they have c [...]

    3. Ben on said:

      Do monsters really exist or are they rumors that someone long ago created. This book explains it all, from vampires to Frankenstein's monster. This book reveals the truth behind everything in your childhood. This book does the real monsters and what it actually was or is. But one thing that is commons in every story in the book, somehow or someway the story was over exaggerated and it evolved into the monster we know today.I like anything that has to do with monsters, books, movies, you name it. [...]

    4. Jacqueline Moon on said:

      Are monsters real? What really goes “bump” in the dark? What is reality? What is fantasy? We all see monsters in the movies, or haunted houses, heard stories around the campfire on a spooky night of Halloween. Mysteries Unwrapped: The Real Monsters tells readers everything they have to know about monsters all the way from the Curse of the Mummy to Count Dracula. The book contains facts based on eyewitness accounts and events that really happened a long time ago. It’s interesting to know al [...]

    5. Sarah Chan on said:

      This book was out of my comfort zone, but I still really enjoyed the information behind it. This book focuses on the idea of different types of monsters, from witches to werewolves and vampires. I was never a big fan of monsters, but the facts that the book had intrigued me to want to learn more. For each monster, the author stated the facts and ideas of the monster, the experiences that people have had with this monster and the theories on what the monster really is. I thought that the book was [...]

    6. James Lee on said:

      A short, well constructed book explaining the truth behind common monsters and beasts, such as the werewolf and the mummy. The book is nothing more than an information book and does not have anything else but information; no emotion inn the speech, no feeling in the text, the reading is completely devoid of feeling. It's a good book, but i feel that it could have been expressed with at least some emotion to help me stay entertained as i read the book. Some of the information given about the mons [...]

    7. Julesmarie on said:

      "Part of the allure of monsters is that we may never have a full and complete explanation--and so they remain just a little bit scary."This was entertaining. I enjoyed how each section was formatted the same way: beginning with the myth, then providing a historical context for why people might have begun believing the myth, and then finishing with a modern-day perspective/possible explanation.I am somewhat tempted to add a non-fiction-ISH shelf for this book, however, because I'm not 100% confid [...]

    8. Adrienne on said:

      From vampires to witches to mummies, this book looks at creepy creatures and some of their characteristics. It also provides some history behind them and some theories to explain them--while acknowledging that in many cases, the true origins of the myths are not concrete.This is an interesting book, particularly the history of these creatures. Illustrations as well as a read-friendly layout make this an appealing package.

    9. Nicole Shelby on said:

      We bought this book for our daughter at the school's book fair (as a reward for an excellent report from her teacher at Conference). Comic style illustrations (not great, but interesting) coupled with monster legends. The great part? Barehanded-Quallen outlines each basic mythology, including why some people believe/d in iten, he gives possible, factual and scientific explanations for the phenomenon. Easy to read. Simple to understand. All while being entertaining. A great little read.

    10. Sarah on said:

      Good non-fiction. Learned a lot about monsters and I would consider myself an honorary member of the Monster Squad

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