Mysterious Monsters

The world’s most elusive monsters are profiled in-depth in this series. Students will learn the facts that have fueled these myths and develop critical-thinking skills as they decide for themselves if believing in the Loch Ness Monster, el chupacabra, UFOs, and more is justified. Even the most reluctant readers will discover fun in research and analysis once they investigate these monsters.

  • Texts integrated with maps, charts, and graphic organizers
  • Presentation facilitates student analysis, debate, and conclusion making
  • Cool illustrations and photographic “evidence”

Library Set
ISBN: 9781477770948
© Year 2015
Reading Level: Grade 4 – 5
Interest Level: Grades 3 – 6
Size: 10 X 8
Language: English
Features: Glossary, Further Reading, Index, Web Sites

Further Info & Pricing 

Searching for Bigfoot

With little physical evidence, but many sightings, there is ongoing controversy about whether or not Bigfoot exists. This exploration provides historical information, photographs, and factual research to show readers why this is a hotly debated–and endlessly intriguing–topic. The fun monster mystery encourages critical thinking skills.

ISBN: 978-1-4777-7105-1
Written by Jennifer Rivkin

Searching for el Chupacabra

With its claws and fangs and hunting for blood in the night, el Chupacabra is the stuff of nightmares. Many people insist that this mysterious Mexican monster is real, while others proclaim it a bedtime story. This intriguing volume uses a presentation of firsthand accounts and more to encourage well-rounded research and critical thinking skills.

ISBN: 978-1-4777-7113-6
Written by Jennifer Rivkin

Searching for the Loch Ness Monster

Some people affectionately call her Nessie. Others call her a hoax. The provided historical information, eyewitness tales, and details about studies and their findings make this an in-depth survey of one of the most sought after creatures on the planet–the Loch Ness Monster.

ISBN: 978-1-4777-7101-3
Written by Jennifer Rivkin

Searching for UFOs

In a universe that stretches across billions of light years, can Earth really be the only home of intelligent life? This book avoids the sensationalism often attached to discussions about UFOs and aliens. Instead, science is coupled with historical information and firsthand sightings to teach students about responsible research, evaluation of sources, and critical thinking, even when confronted with mysterious topics.

ISBN: 978-1-4777-7109-9
Written by Jennifer Rivkin

Searching for the Wendigo

The Wendigo is a demon that has the power to possess humans and make them do terrible things. Or so the Native American legends say. Readers will delve into the earliest known accounts of the Wendigo, additional firsthand stories throughout history, and modern scientific research to learn critical thinking skills and determine for themselves the solution to this mystery.

ISBN: 978-1-4777-7117-4
Written by Jennifer Rivkin

Searching for the Yeti

Almost two hundred years have passed since the first reported sighting of the Yeti, also known as the Abominable Snowman, but scientists and mystery buffs still debate whether or not it exists. The ancient myths, firsthand accounts, and controversial evidence associated with this creature make this book one that every curious mind is sure to love.

ISBN: 978-1-4777-7097-9
Written by Jennifer Rivkin

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