Aliens and UFOs
A Young Person's Guide
|By||J. J. Moore and Illustrator P.J.Fairfax|
|Format||Paperback / softback|
|Book Size||210 x 135 x 16 mm (H x W x D)|
|Imprint||New Holland Publishers|
|Subject Classification||Children's & young adult: general non-fiction / Mysteries & the supernatural (Children's/YA)|
For ages: 12+ years old
Aliens and UFO’s: A Young Person’s Guide is the third in the series from prolific children’s author Jonathan Moore. It probably is a bit of an exaggeration to say that if you read this book you are in danger of losing your life but when you have finished it, don’t tell everybody what you know … they might call you crazy even though we all know it is the truth!
In recent years the number of reports of UFO’s isn’t getting smaller. In fact, they are growing exponentially. Exponentially is a cool word and it basically means adding lots of 0s. 10 becomes 100, then 1000,then 10,000 etc etc.
That is what is happening now with UFO sightings. More and more people are seeing them. Most importantly though, lots of government officials and ‘spooks’ are fessing up that they have accurate reports about UFOs and it appears that many governments have whole departments checking out the stories.
The material contained in these chapters has taken many years of research and is an accurate statement of what is happening around our earth right now. In these years of delving into the truth I have noticed than other people concerned with finding out what has really happened have disappeared. Others have been named as ‘Crank’, ‘Fraudster’ or ‘Madman.’ Many have lost their jobs, especially if they are in the air force or work for the government.
Jonathan J .Moore
Jonathan Moore was born in 1964 and attended University where he obtained a Bachelor’s Degree, with majors in History and English. In a career involving twenty years as a history teacher as well as running several successful businesses, Jonathan has been a voracious reader of all periods of History. In pursuit of his studies Jonathan has travelled extensively and enjoys war gaming and military re-enacting. He also enjoys True Crime and has written several books on the subject.
Peter James Fairfax