Author Archives: Jonathan Whitcomb

About Jonathan Whitcomb

Author of nonfiction cryptozoology books

Nonfiction Books for LDS Readers

By nonfiction cryptozoology book author Jonathan David Whitcomb I suggest one or more of the following three paperbacks for LDS readers (even though I did not write them especially with Mormons in mind) and for those not of our faith: … Continue reading

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Modern Pterosaurs

Review written by the author of the book Modern Pterosaurs: Jonathan Whitcomb The point of this nonfiction is in the old photograph that is now called “Ptp,” long known by many cryptozoologists and by those fascinated by the paranormal. Consider … Continue reading

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Beat That Kid in Chess

From the Introduction If you know the chess rules but almost nothing about how to win, this book is for you. . . . You might even win somebody‚Äôs admiration, after you apply what you learn in these chapters. . … Continue reading

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Searching for Ropens and Finding God

This nonfiction will take you on an expedition in search of gigantic modern pterosaurs, what ancient people and present-day natives call “dragons.” Don’t expect photographs of living pterodactyls in this paperback, however, for the author failed to see the flying … Continue reading

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Star Wars Character Encyclopedia

From an Amazon review by DesP This was a surprise gift to my 6 year old son, who’s a new fan after watching the 6 movies. He simply loved it! From an Amazon review by michael24p My kids love this … Continue reading

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Maze Runner (first of a series)

From an Amazon review by “Bookie At Heart” Talk about adventure, intrigue, twists and turns! James Dashner has it all in The Maze Runner (Book 1)! They sold this book to me as a perfect companion to The Hunger Games … Continue reading

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