Bermuda Triangle (DK Readers: Level 3)

PDF EBook by Andrew Donkin

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Book for 2nd and 3rd graders. Bermuda Triangle (DK Readers: Level 3) PDF EBook

This book explains the Bermuda Triangle to children.This is a great idea, because children love the supernatural - PDF especially when it could be TRUE!:)

This book combines illustrations of the famous BT stories with real photographs.

I liked the explanation of the Sargasso Sea."It is a peculiar area of calm ocean that lies east of the island of Bermuda.The sea takes it's name from a strange red seaweed, called sargassum, that covers its surface...Trapped by the seaweed and the lack of wind, ships are said to sail on for centuries - never to escape.They are manned by crews of skeletons, the flesh on their bones long since rotted away!"

The book covers the story of the Ellen Austin in a chilling way.The best part of the book, in my opinion.It also covers Flight 19, the Good News, Dan Delmonico, and Martin Caidin.

The true stories are supplemented with little asides with facts and pictures.One of the supplemental asides even mentions (and shows a screenshot of) the X-Files!I got a kick out of that.I don't know many 2nd and 3rd graders who are allowed to watch that show.

There is a glossary in the back that defines the words: Atlantis, Bermuda Triangle, bomber, cargo barge, cockpit, code sign, compass, control tower, crow's nest, drifter, ensign, ghost ship, Gulf Stream, salvage right, sargassum, schooner, tug and UFO. Like this book? Read online this: Phantom Marauders of the Bermuda Triangle, Phantom Marauders of the Bermuda Triangle.

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