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eBook Atlantis: The Mystery of the Lost City (Jr. Graphic Mysteries) ePub

eBook Atlantis: The Mystery of the Lost City (Jr. Graphic Mysteries) ePub

by Jack Demolay

  • ISBN: 1404234071
  • Category: Science Nature and How It Works
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Jack Demolay
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Powerkids Pr (August 31, 2006)
  • ePub book: 1199 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1260 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
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This amazing collection of mysteries presents some of the most dazzling, weird, and unexplained tales of all time in. .

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ISBN13:9781404221604. Release Date:July 2007.

Explains, in graphic novel format, the legend of Atlantis.

The mystery of the lost city of Atlantis still captures the imagination of millions. This date would make the city nearly as old as the end of the last ice age and pre-dates the earliest recorded city states, found in what is now Iraq, so seems rather unlikely. Was it real or just myth. Here are the basic facts. After a failed attempt to invade Athens, the entire island sank into the sea ‘in a single day and night of misfortune’.

The Mystery of the Lost City (JR. Graphic Mysteries). Published January 2007 by PowerKids Press. Internet Archive Wishlist.

Atlantis Mystery (l'Énigme de l'Atlantide) by the Belgian artist Edgar P. Jacobs was the seventh comic book in the Blake and Mortimer series, first published in Tintin magazine from March 30, 1955 to May 30, 1956. It appeared in book format in 1957.

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Atlantis : The Mystery of the Lost City. Jr. Graphic Mysteries. By (author) Jack DeMolay.

In graphic novel format, introduces the myth of Atlantis and the scholarly search to find whether or not it truly existed.