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  • Cryptids, Creatures & Critters: A Manual Of Monsters & Mythos From Around The World

    Author: Rachel Quinney
    Published by: Andrews & McMeel Publishing

    £13.99 RRP£15.99

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From Mothman to the Mongolian Death Worm, Shellycoat to Simurgh, Nessie to even Ningyo, this charming and creative collection of cryptids will fascinate readers for years to come.

Cryptids, Creatures & Critters: A Manual of Monsters and Mythosfrom Around the World features 90 different creatures from around the world, each with their own researched description and full-colour illustrations. The book is divided into three sections: cryptids, folklore, and mythology. It features popular cryptid favourites, such as Mothman and the Flatwoods Monster, and some lesser-known cryptids, such as the Enfield Horror and the Montauk Monster. For folklore, there are kelpies, selkies, cat sidhes, and grimalkins, along with the dobarchu and the vampiric pumpkin! In mythology, you’ll find Medusa, sphinx, Pegasus, and the bukavac!

The book is fun for newcomers to cryptozoology, folklore, and mythology but is also fun for those who are well read about the creatures in the book. While written by Rachel Quinney and mainly illustrated by her, there are twelve guest artists featured within the book, too.

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  • Trade Paperback
Cat. No.
  • 6403935
EAN
  • 978152488983851999
ISBN
  • 9781524889838