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Talking Table Mystry. Juvenile literature, Mythical Animals.
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Juvenile Literature, ISBN - 0-397-31281-4 160 pages SUMMARY : Discuss natural and embalmed mummies from the frozen mammoths of Siberia to shrunken heads in Ecuador. Contains black and white photographs showing interesting and frightful morbid images on the topic. Vintage Condition: VG. Some edge wear to front and back cover. Library book reference number taped to bottom edge. Spine and binding both tight and solid
Georgess McHargue was author of 35 books for children and young adults, some focused on archaeology, myth, and history.
Georgess McHargue was author of 35 books for children and young adults, some focused on archaeology, myth, and history. She was born in New York City, the only child of Mac and Georgess (Boomhower) McHargue. She was often referred to as Little G,’’ and, until her death, . ’ At 10 months, she posed for Squibb Cod Liver Oil. She was precocious and a storyteller, even in kindergarten.
The turquoise toad mystery. The talking table mystery.
Mummies (Lippincott, 1972).
Georgess McHargue (June 7, 1941 – July 18, 2011) was an American writer and poet. McHargue was born in New York City. Mummies (Lippincott, 1972). A Field Guide to Conservation Archaeology in North America (1977).
9780397314171) by Georgess. ISBN 10: 0397314175 ISBN 13: 9780397314171. Publisher: Lippincott, 1972.
Yet there are only occasional glimmers of the grotesque here - occasioned principally by those modern mummies made for eccentric reasons, such as Dr. Van Butchell's ""Dear Departed"" wife who was kept ""above ground"" so that the doctor could legally continue to control her inheritance.