UFOs by Yours Truly

What does the U.S. government actually know about unidentified flying objects (UFOs), also called unexplained aerial phenomena (UAPs)?

In 2017, videos of UAPs captured by U.S. Navy pilots rocked the world. What were these bizarre objects in the sky? Congress demanded the U.S. Department of Defense to get to the bottom…er, the top…of the mystery.

The DOD released its report in 2021. In only a few pages, government experts revealed that they ultimately knew very little about UAPs, could not debunk hundreds of videos or photos taken by various military agencies over the years, and that they had never really given the subject much serious attention. Going forward, these shortcomings were going to change.

All of which leaves us with several disturbing questions. First off, what IS actually known about UAPs throughout history? How far back in human history have sightings occurred? What evidence do we have to suggest that any phenomena are sent or controlled by aliens? For that matter, what evidence do we have to suggest aliens even exist in the universe? Finally, how come astronomers and astrophysicists NEVER report seeing UAPs or UFOs?

My latest book, UFOs, takes a reasoned approach to this topic and is absolutely crammed with the latest, most reliable research from bona fide experts. (It absolutely must because it’s a TRUE Book from Scholastic, Inc., a trusted publishers with a very trusted track record in nonfiction!) Readers will come away with a thoughtful, 360-degree view of this very controversial issue.

This book is ideal for the kids (and parents) who devour all things space-related. For the kids (and teachers) intrigued by all the hype and headlines, but perhaps hesitant to wade into the terrain of flying saucers and “little green men.” And for the kids (and adults) who’ve experienced sighting something strange, something shiny, someTHING in the sky and wondered…what on (or off) Earth was that?!

By jenmichellemason

Jenny is a story hunter. She has explored foreign countries, canyon mazes, and burial crypts to gather the facts that make good stories. Once, she sniffed a 200-year-old skull...for research purposes. Jenny received an M.Phil from Trinity College Dublin and holds an MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults from VCFA. She has authored nearly 20 STEM books for young readers. Her inquisitive and funny nonfiction articles have appeared in Mountain Flyer, Cobblestone, and Muse magazines. Jenny also works as a freelance copy writer for nonprofits and small businesses.

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