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Myth-begotten Beasts

What better time than Hallowe’en week to read about this creatures and beasts? Are these legendary creatures fact or hoax?  You be the judge!

The Sea Serpent and Me (Grades K-2) When a tiny sea serpent tumbles from the bathtub faucet, a little girl finds an unexpected friend.

The Mystery of the Lake Monster (Boxcar Children #62) (Grades 3-5) While visiting the Adirondack Mountains, the Aldens hear stories about a monster in the lake and then encounter evidence that it may be real.

Animal Monsters: The Truth About Scary Creatures (Grades 3-5) We think of some scary-looking animals as monsters – but are all of them really to be feared?

The Boggart and the Monster (Grades 3-5) In this entertaining sequel to The Boggart, the mischievous spirit that haunts a Scottish castle must help his cousin the Loch Ness Monster evade high-tech discovery.

Mermaid Tales From Around The World (Grades 3-6) From Greece to China, these folktales and stories of sea-dwelling people will amaze and delight.

Bigfoot in New York City? (Grades 4-6) Have Cody Smith and his friends really found Bigfoot tracks in Central Park?

Monster Spotter’s Guide to North America (Grades 5-8) Your official guide to locating and identifying over 100 monsters and legendary beasts around the country – or in your own backyard.

Cryptid Hunters (Grades 5-8) Twins Grace and Marty are helping their uncle Wolfe track strange and legendary creatures in Africa – but the biggest mystery may be something quite different.

Mysterious America: The Ultimate Guide to the Nation’s Weirdest Wonders, Strangest Spots, and Creepiest Creatures (Grades 8-12) Veteran cryptozoologist Loren Coleman takes you on a tour of adventure and mystery, tracking baffling phenomena.

Loch Ness Monster and Raining Frogs: The World’s Most Puzzling Mysteries Solved (Grades 9-12) This intriguing work presents a collection of short, amusing, and informative examinations of history’s most confounding mysteries, including Big Foot, the Bermuda Triangle and crop circles.

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