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by John D. Wright

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ISBN:
0545119596
Author:
John D. Wright
Language:
English
Publisher:
Scholastic, Inc.; Complete Numbers Starting with 1, 1st Ed edition (2009)
Pages:
96 pages
EPUB book:
1444 kb
FB2 book:
1741 kb
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1302 kb
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Rating:
4.1
Votes:
347


Cryptids and Other Creepy. has been added to your Cart. Discover the stories behind the world's scariest cryptids, from the Loch Ness Monster to alligators in the New York sewers.

Cryptids and Other Creepy. A collection of the most unusual, scary, and exciting stories of cryptids from around the world. Includes more than 40 creepy creatures, each with full-color artwork and locator maps. Information boxes describe fascinating facts about each terrifying creature.

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Bibliographic Details. Title: Cryptids and Other Creepy Creatures: The. Publisher: Scholastic, Inc. Publication Date: 2003 Binding: Paperback Book Condition: Good

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Black Shuck, Old Shuck, Old Shock or simply Shuck is the name given to an unknown creature said to roam in East Anglia. Black Shuck is one of many ghostly black dogs recorded across the British Isles.

Discover the stories behind the world's scariest cryptids, from the Loch Ness Monster to alligators in the New York sewers.

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Unsolved mysteries are the most scary things out there. Unsolved mysteries are some of the most scariest things out there. This means that the killer or whomever the bad person is in the case got away with their act and probably committed more in due time. It means some killer or bad person got away with its crime! Here are some unsolved mysteries to go through. It’s scary and sad to think that families are still trying to cope with the unsolved cases of their missing loved ones and it’s heartbreaking to hear there hasn’t been any breakthrough on any of those cases. These bizarre and terrifying mysteries are some of the most bone-chilling tales you will ever read.

This is a list of cryptids, which are animals presumed by followers of the cryptozoology pseudoscientific subculture to exist on the basis of anecdotal or other evidence considered insufficient by mainstream science. While biologists regularly identify new species following established scientific methodology, cryptozoologists focus on entities mentioned in the folklore record and rumour.

Discover the stories behind the world's scariest cryptids, from the Loch Ness Monster to alligators in the New York sewers. A collection of the most unusual, scary, and exciting stories of cryptids from around the world. Includes more than 40 creepy creatures, each with full-color artwork and locator maps. Information boxes describe fascinating facts about each terrifying creature.
  • Wanenai
Ok book to read
  • Llanonte
My grandfadugher loves this book - thanks
  • Vrion
Great condition, my son is very satisfied. It's now his new favorite book. All question of tales are answered. Thumbs up.
  • Roram
Awesome!
  • Fani
Good book.
  • Peles
When I got this at a book fair, I thought of it as a cool thing to look through and read about supernatural things and creatures. And I was certainly not disappointed. A lot of the illustrations maybe hard to understand, but once you see what the artist was going for, you'll think it's genius. I would give this a five out of five rating, but as the previous reviewer mentioned, it does say Mars is the fifth planet from the sun. I always thought it was because the author might have considered the asteroid belt as a planet, but because science doesn't, it's probably just inaccurate or an overlooked typo.
Furthermore, reading about these creatures and stories from this particular book has taken me into a serene world where anything is possible, and it let my imagination run wild. So I'd recommend getting this book for anybody who enjoys the subjects of the supernatural or other monsters and aliens.
  • Ynonno
It's very good. It has many creepy monsters like the Loch Ness Monster and alligators in the New York sewers and giant-man eating catfish. It also has very weird mysteries unsolved. It's a very good guide to monsters and mysteries
I could've wrote and illustrated this book 10 times better. One page claims that mars is the 5th planet from the sun (it's the 4th). It's just incredibly stupid and there are tons of better books on this subject that you can get instead.