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While this could be used for younger audiences and indeed comes from the Kingfisher imprint, many an adult will find Unexplained: An Encyclopedia of Curious Phenomena, Strange Superstitions and Ancient Mysteries to be vivid and involving--beyond the middle-grade reader audience it's intended for. Bright color illustrations and photos on every page pack in details of superstitions and mysteries, pairing known facts with exciting insights and folklore.
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Date:Nov 1, 2006
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